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Pipe Railing for Walking and Working Surface Details 12-98 3362 12/9/1998
Date: 12-98
This Practice provides requirements for designers, fabricators, and installers of pipe railing. This
Practice provides fabrication and installation details for standard pipe railing for walking and working
surfaces and for stair railing or handrail for egress. Although the details in this Practice are intended
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1 Structural STF05520 to meet U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements for process
facilities, they may not meet the requirements of local or national building codes.

Lubrication Guidelines for Centrifugal Pumps 07-03 161 7/29/2003


Machinery

Date: 07-03
2 Pumps REEP005 This Practice provides designers with lubrication guidelines for centrifugal pumps in chemical plant
and refinery applications. This Practice covers guidelines for lubrication considerations for centrifugal
pumps.
Piping Material Specification 1CS1B02 Class 150, Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process 9-03 632 9/23/2003
Piping

CS - Carbon
PN01CS1B02 Date: 9-03
Steel

CS - Carbon Piping Material Specification 3CS1B01 Class 300, Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process 9-03 605 9/23/2003
Pipi Pipi
ng ng

PN03CS1B01
Steel Date: 9-03
CS - Carbon Piping Material Specification 3CS2B01 Class 300, Carbon Steel, 0.125" C.A. Process 9-03 613 9/23/2003
PN03CS2B01
Steel Date: 9-03
Piping Material Specification 3SA0B02 Class 300, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 9-03 514 9/23/2003
Piping

CS - Carbon
PN03SA0B02 (PTFE Packing/Gaskets)
Steel
Date: 9-03
Piping Material Specification 3SD0B02 Class 300, 316/316L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 9-03 509 9/23/2003
Piping

PN03SD0B02 (PTFE Packing/Gaskets)


Date: 9-03
Procurement of Control Panels 10-03 64 10/1/2003
Date: 10-03
This Practice provides requirements for fabricators of control panels. This Practice describes the
requirements for instrument control panels, control cabinets, consoles, and marshalling cabinets,
including distributed control system (DCS), programmable logic controller (PLC), and rotating
Process Control

equipment protection control cabinets. Excluded from this Practice are portions of cabinets and
consoles containing supplier-proven pre-engineered equipment and interconnecting system wiring
Control between the supplier's field termination panels and the supplier's system equipment.
PCSCP001
Valves
This Practice does not intend to dictate the method of interconnecting and mounting the supplier's
standard, proven equipment. However, the wiring for system power, lighting, convenience outlets,
field terminal wiring, and input/output wiring between intermediate terminal strips within these
cabinets shall be in accordance with this Practice.
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Control Panel Data Sheet 10-03 64 10/1/2003
Date: 10-03
PCSCP01D
This Practice provides a two-page data sheet for use PIP PCSCP001 - Procurement of Control
Panels
(REVISED) 10-03 1129 10/3/2003
Details for Angle Railings for Walking and Working Surfaces
Date: 10-03 (Complete Revision) | 05-01 (Technical Corrrection) | 04-99
STF05521 - Details for Angle Railings for Walking and Working Surfaces
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Structural STF05521
This Practice provides fabrication and installation details for standard angle railing for walking and
working surfaces and for stair railing and handrail for egress stairs. This Practice is intended for
designers, fabricators, and installers of angle railing.

Anchor Bolt Design Guide 10-03 915 Reposted


Date: 10-03 (Technical Correction) | 1-03 10/09/2003
This Practice provides the engineer and designer with guidelines for anchor design for use by
process industry companies and engineering/construction firms. This design guide defines the
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Structural STE05121 minimum requirements for the design of anchors in process industry facilities at onshore U.S. sites.
Included are material selection, strength design, ductile design, reinforcing, shear lugs, and
pretensioning.

Plastic and Plastic-Lined Other Valve Descriptions 10-03 199 10/22/03


Date: 10-03 (reaffirmation) | 04-99 (revised)
Piping

Plastic and This Practice provides requirements for suppliers providing other valves (other than gate, globe,
PNSMV049 check, ball, butterfly, and plug valves) included in PIP Piping Line Class Material Specifications. This
Plastic-Lined
Practice describes the requirements for plastic and plastic-lined valves (other than gate, globe,
check, ball, butterfly, and plug valves).
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Architectural and Building Utilities Design Criteria 06-02 6/17/2002 171 KB
ARC01015 - Architectural and Building Utilities Design Criteria

This Practice provides the architect and the engineer with minimum criteria for the design of buildings
and building utilities within process facilities. This Practice is intended to be used in conjunction with
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PIP ARC01016, Building Data Sheet; PIP CVC01017, Plant Site Data Sheet; and PIP STC01015,
Structural Design Criteria. This Practice is not a design guide and does not apply to open industrial
structures.

Building Data Sheet (goes with ARC01015) 06-02 08-02 70 8/13/2002 1386 8/13/2002
This Practice is intended to be used in conjunction with PIP ARC01015 - Architectural and Building (Editorial
Utilities Design Criteria, PIP CVC01017 - Plant Site Data Sheets, and PIP STC01018 - Blast Revision)
Resistant Building Design Criteria. These data sheets contain architectural, HVAC, electrical, fire
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2 Architectural ARC01016 protection, plumbing, and communication information that may be conveyed from the owner to the
project design team or from the project design team leaders to the team design members. This data
may be provided by the owner or developed by the project design team and approved by the owner.

Standard Steel Doors and Frames 10-01 44 11/2/2001


This Practice provides the manufacturer and the contracted installer of standard steel doors and (revised)
frames with a specification for manufacturing and installing steel doors and frames to be used in
process industry facilities.
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3 Architectural ARS08111
This Practice describes the requirements for all material, fabrication, finishes, delivery, and
installation of standard steel doors and frames. This Practice does not include requirements for finish
painting. Any conflicts or inconsistencies between this Practice, the design drawings, or contract
documents shall be brought to the attention of the owner for resolution.

Blast Resistant Doors and Frames 10-02 44 10/22/2002


This Practice provides the manufacturer and the contracted installer of blast resistant doors and
frames with a specification for designing, manufacturing, and installing blast resistant doors and
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4 Architectural ARS08390 frames to be used in process industry facilities. It describes the requirements for all material,
fabrication, finishes, delivery, and installation of blast resistant doors and frames. Requirements for
finish painting are not provided in this Practice.

Door Hardware Specification 03-02 60 4/1/2002


This Practice provides door hardware manufacturers, suppliers, and installers with requirements for
door hardware. This Practice describes the requirements for all material, fabrication, finishes,
delivery, and installation of hardware. This is a nonrestrictive specification, written without reference
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5 Architectural ARS08710 to specific manufacturers, brand names, or model numbers. Industry standards from the American
National Standards Institute (ANSI) and Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association (BHMA) are
used to specify performance and quality requirements for pieces of hardware.
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Pre-Engineered Metal Buildings Specification 10-01 81 10/8/2001
This Practice provides pre-engineered metal building contractors and manufacturers with a (revised)
specification for pre-engineered buildings. It describes the requirements for design, fabrication, and
erection of pre-engineered metal buildings. This Practice does not address foundation requirements,
interior finish out, cranes, specialty requirements, or building systems such as fire protection,
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electrical, or mechanical systems.

Any conflicts or inconsistencies between this Practice and other contract documents shall be brought
to the attention of the buyer for resolution.

Civil Design Criteria 06-99 06-01 52 6/11/2001


The purpose of this Practice is to provide the civil engineer with criteria for the design of civil sitework (Technical
within process facilities. These general criteria define the minimum requirements for the design of civil Correction)
sitework of process industry facilities at onshore U.S. sites. Included is all work related to preparation
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7 Civil CVC01015 of the site; such as grading, roads and railroads, underground utility and sewer work and related
facilities, and all work related to finishing of the site. This Practice is intended to be used in
conjunction with PIP CVC01016 - Plant Site and Project Data Sheets.

Plant Site and Project Data Sheets Instruction and References 03-00 81 6/4/2001
The purpose of this Practice is to provide the introduction and references for PIP CVC01017, Plant (revised) 06-
Site Data Sheet, and PIP CVC01018, Project Data Sheet. The Plant Site Data Sheet and the Project 01 (Technical
Data Sheet are used for compiling and conveying facilities design data in a consistent format. Correction)

The Data Sheets provide plant site and project-specific design data for use in conjunction with the
PIP civil, structural, and architectural and building utilities design criteria. The plant site data should
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8 Civil CVC01016 be provided by the Owner and conveyed to the project team. The project data may be provided by
the Owner, or developed by the project design team and approved by the Owner. Not all information
provided in these documents may be applicable to a specific site or project. Some information may
be applicable to work performed by other disciplines and should, therefore, be issued to all
disciplines for their use.

Plant Site Data Sheets (goes with CVC01016) 03-00 35 4/10/2000 182 4/10/2000
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9 Civil CVC01017

Project Data Sheets (goes with CVC01016) 03-00 05-01 51 6/4/2001 197 6/4/2001
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10 Civil CVC01018 (Technical


Correction)
Engineering Guide for Double Contained Sewers (Pipe in Pipe Systems) Posted
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11 Civil CVE02705 Note: This Practice has been withdrawn and is no longer available from PIP.
CM Note: No link was found in the PIP Page to download this file.
Sewer Details 04-99 1409 8/9/1999
The purpose of this Practice is to provide the designer and installer with standard sewer manholes,
catch basins, and bedding details to be used in process industry facilities. This Practice shows the
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12 Civil CVI02720 details for fabrication and installation of typical sewer manholes, catch basins and bedding
requirements for underground gravity sewer systems. This Practice is intended to be used in
conjunction with PIP CVS02700 and PIP CVE02705.
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Topographic and Plant Surveys Specification 05-02 51 kb 5/28/2002 110 kb 5/8/2000
This Practice provides to the surveyor requirements for furnishing adequate field data and
information on existing facilities, utilities, site topography, and boundaries. It establishes requirements
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13 Civil CVS02005 for quality control, permits, deliverables, and survey execution. An electronic checklist is included
allowing the owner or the engineer to define the scope of work and requirements for individual
surveys.

Geotechnical Engineering Investigation Specification 08-02 52 8/27/2002 74kb 8/27/2002


This Practice provides the geotechnical consultant with a geotechnical engineering investigation (Reaffirmatio
specification that harmonizes the requirements of major process industry companies and n)
engineering/construction firms into a single document.

This Practice describes the minimum requirements for a geotechnical engineering investigation. The
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14 Civil CVS02010 investigation shall consist of subsurface exploration, field and laboratory testing as needed, analyses,
and preparation of report(s) presenting engineering recommendations for design and construction.

The geotechnical investigation specified herein includes no environmentally related investigation or


analysis.

Site Preparation, Excavation, and Backfill Specification 05-01 65 5/17/2001


Obsolete CVS02315 was incorporated. (revised)
This Practice provides the Contractor with site preparation, excavation, and backfill requirements.
This Practice describes the requirements for excavation, placement, inspection, and management of
earthen and organic materials during the site preparation, excavation, and backfill phase of a
construction project.
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For excavation and backfill specifications for underground pipes, see PIP CVS02700. Excavation and
backfill requirements from PIP CVS02315 have been incorporated into this Practice; therefore, PIP
CVS02315 is now obsolete. This document is a complete revision of PIP CVS02100, and therefore
revision markings are not provided.

Roadway and Area Paving Construction Specification 04-02 325 4/22/2002


This Practice provides the contractor with roadway and area paving requirements for construction.
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16 Civil CVS02350
Minimum requirements for design, materials, construction methods, and inspection and testing for
roadways and area paving are included.
Underground Gravity Sewers Specification 08-00 51 8/22/2000
The purpose of this Practice is to provide Contractor with underground gravity sewer requirements.
This document is a complete revision of PIP CVS02700 and, therefore, revision markings are not
provided.

This specification establishes material, installation, and testing requirements for underground gravity
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17 Civil CVS02700 sewers. Included are pipe, inlet structures, manholes, and appurtenances for sanitary, storm, and
industrial process sewers. Double-contained and emission-controlled industrial process sewers in
environmental applications are not considered.

Any conflicts or inconsistencies between this specification, the shop drawings, Contract Documents,
or regulatory requirements shall be brought to the attention of Owner for resolution.
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Fabrication and Installation of Chain Link Fence and Gates 05-03 61 5/07/2003
This Practice provides the requirements for fabricators and installers of chain link fences and gates.
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18 Civil CVS02830 It covers the materials, fabrication, and installation of chain link fencing using galvanized steel,
aluminum-coated steel, and PVC-coated steel.

Structural Design Criteria 04-02 69 4/29/2002


This Practice provides the structural engineer with engineering design criteria that harmonize the (Editorial
structural design requirements of process industry companies and engineering/construction firms into Revision)
a single document.
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19 Structural STC01015
These general criteria define the minimum requirements for the structural design of process industry
facilities at onshore U.S. sites. This Practice is intended to be used in conjunction with PIP
ARC01015, PIP CVC01015, PIP CVC01016, PIPCVC01017, PIP CVC01018, and PIP ARC01016, as
applicable.

Blast Resistant Building Design Criteria 03-01 166 3/26/2001 192 3/26/2001
The purpose of this Practice is to establish structural design criteria for new blast resistant buildings,
including requirements for selection of structural systems, analysis methods, and design of ancillary
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20 Structural STC01018 items such as doors and openings. This Practice also contains design criteria for non-structural items
(architectural, electrical, HVAC, etc.) that may influence the design of blast resistant buildings.

Anchor Bolt Design Guide 1-03 2080 1/31/2003


This Practice provides the engineer and designer with guidelines for anchor design for use by
process industry companies and engineering/construction firms. This design guide defines the
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21 Structural STE05121 minimum requirements for the design of anchors in process industry facilities at onshore U.S. sites.
Included are material selection, strength design, ductile design, reinforcing, shear lugs, and
pretensioning.

Fixed Ladders and Cages Details 12-99 925 2/18/2002


PIP Practice STF05501 provides the fabricator and erector with a standard fixed ladder and cage (revised) 02-
design to be used in process industry facilities. This Practice also provides process industry 02 (Technical
companies with design guide information to be used in specifying and locating fixed ladders and Correction)
cages.

This Practice shows the design details for fabrication and installation of typical Occupational Safety
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22 Structural STF05501 and Health Administration-regulated ladders for structures, miscellaneous platforms, and vessels for
regular operational access/egress. These details are intended to be issued to the fabricators
supplying these ladders and to the erectors for use in installation.

Any conflicts or inconsistencies between this Practice, the design drawings, or other contract
documents shall be brought to the attention of the buyer for resolution.
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Fixed Industrial Stairs 04-02 268 4/22/2002
This Practice provides the fabricator and erector with a standard fixed industrial stair design to be
used in process industry facilities. It also provides process industry companies with design guide
information to be used in specifying and designing fixed industrial stairs.
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Design details for fabrication and installation of typical OSHA-regulated stairs for open structures and
miscellaneous platforms for regular operational access/egress are included. Details comply with
NFPA 101 - Life Safety Code for Industrial Occupancies. These details are intended to be issued to
fabricators supplying stairs and to erectors for use in stair installation.

Pipe Railing for Walking and Working Surface Details 12-98 3362 12/9/1998
The purpose of this Practice is to provide designers, fabricators, and installers with the requirements
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24 Structural STF05520 for pipe railing. This Practice shows the design, fabrication, and installation details for typical
standard pipe railing for walking/working surfaces and stair railing or handrail for egress stairs at
process industry facilities.
Angle Railing for Walking and Working Surface Details 04-99 05-01 975 5/7/2001
The purpose of this Practice is to provide designers, fabricators, and installers with the requirements (Technical
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25 Structural STF05521 for angle railing. This Practice shows the design, fabrication, and installation details for standard Corrrection)
angle railing for walking and working surfaces and for stair railing or handrail for egress stairs.

Grating Details 03-01 584 4/16/2001


This Practice provides structural steel fabricators and structural steel erectors with standard grating
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26 Structural STF05530 details for the fabrication and installation of grating in process industry facilities. This Practice
describes the requirements for fabrication and installation of typical grating platforms and is intended
to be issued to fabricators supplying grating and to erectors installing grating.
Vessel Circular Platform Details 10-99 961 11/2/1999
The purpose of this Practice is to provide design engineers and Fabricators with a standard circular
platform design to be used on the vertical vessels in process industry facilities.
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27 Structural STF05535 This Practice describes the requirements of the design details for fabrication of typical circular vessel
platforms and is intended to be issued to Fabricators supplying these platforms.
Any conflicts or inconsistencies between this Practice and other Contract Documents shall be
brought to the attention of the Buyer for resolution.
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Driven Piles Specification 06-01 79 6/4/2001 134 6/4/2001
The purpose of this recommended practice is to provide the Contractor with a specification that (revised)
harmonizes the requirements of major process industry companies and engineering/construction
firms into a single document.

This specification describes the requirements for furnishing, transporting, handling and installing
driven load bearing piles, conforming to the load capacities specified in the contract documents. Pile
load tests and dynamic monitoring tests are included, if within the contract scope of work.

Pile types covered in this specification are:


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Concrete filled thin shell piles
Steel "H" piles
Step taper piles
Prestressed concrete piles
Timber piles
Any conflicts or inconsistencies between this specification, the design drawings, or other contract
documents shall be brought to the attention of the Buyer for resolution.

Application of ACI 336.1-01, Specification for the Construction of Drilled Piers 06-02 40 6/17/2002
This Practice provides the contractor with a specification for drilled pier construction and describes (revised)
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the requirements for construction of drilled piers (also called caissons or drilled shafts).

Augered Cast-in-Place Pile Specification 04-99 63 4/19/1999


The purpose of this Practice is to provide the Contractor with an augered cast-in-place pile
specification.
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30 Structural STS02465 This Practice describes the requirements for furnishing and installing augered cast-in-place piles in
conformance with the Contract Documents. Probe piles and pile load tests are included, if within the
contract scope of work.

Plain and Reinforced Concrete Specification 07-01 59 7/16/2001


This Practice provides the contractor with a specification for cast-in-place concrete construction. This (revised)
Practice describes the technical requirements for furnishing and installation of all materials,
proportioning, mixing, placing, testing, and curing of plain and reinforced concrete. This Practice is a
supplement to ACI 301-99, Specifications for Structural Concrete. Concrete supply and construction
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shall conform to all requirements of ACI 301-99, except as modified or supplemented herein or by the
contract documents. Any conflicts or inconsistencies between this Practice, the design drawings, or
other contract documents shall be brought to the attention of the buyer for resolution.

Nonshrink Cementitious Grout Specification 06-02 33 7/1/2002


This Practice provides the contractor with a specification for the supply and installation of "non- (revised)
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32 Structural STS03600
shrink" cementitious grout for equipment and structural column base plates. Refer to PIP STS03601-
Epoxy Grout Specification - for epoxy grout specifications
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Epoxy Grout Specification 10-01 41 10/1/2001
This Practice provides the contractor with a specification for supply and installation of epoxy grout for (revised)
machine baseplates and soleplates.

The contractor shall furnish all equipment, materials, labor, and supervision and shall perform all
operations necessary for the foundation surface preparation, formwork, proper mixing, placing,
finishing, and curing of epoxy grout, where indicated by the contract documents. Any conflicts or
inconsistencies between this Practice, the design drawings, the epoxy grout manufacturer's
specifications and recommendations, the machine or equipment manufacturer's recommendations, or
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other contract documents shall be brought to the attention of the buyer for resolution before the
performance of work.

The following items are referenced within this Practice but are to be completed by others:

Installing and leveling equipment or machine soleplates and baseplates


Aligning equipment and machinery

Fabrication of Structural and Miscellaneous Steel Specification 01-99 302 1/7/2002


This Process Industry Practice (Practice) provides the structural steel fabricator with a specification (revised) 02-
for fabrication of structural and miscellaneous steel. This Practice describes the requirements for all 02 (Technical
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34 Structural STS05120 material, connections, detailing, fabrication, galvanizing, and delivery of structural and miscellaneous Correction)
steel. Any conflicts or inconsistencies between this Practice, design drawings, or other contract
documents shall be brought to the attention of the buyer for resolution.

Erection of Structural and Miscellaneous Steel Specification 12-98 235 2/18/2002


This Process Industry Practice (Practice) provides the structural steel erector with a specification of (revised) 02-
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35 Structural STS05130 steel erection requirements for the process industry. This Practice describes the requirements for the 02 (Technical
receipt, handling, erection, assembly, and field inspection of structural and miscellaneous steel. Correction)

External Coating System Selection Criteria 04-01 111 4/10/2001 912 10/29/200
The purpose of this Practice is to provide requirements for the selection of industrial coating systems. (revised) 1
This Practice includes the criteria for the selection of industrial coating systems for insulated and
Coatings: uninsulated substrates of structural steel, equipment, vessels, tanks, and piping. This Practice does
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Extrnl not include criteria for the selection of industrial coating systems for insulated items in cyclic
temperature service, internal linings, underground substrates, maintenance coating, architectural
coatings, or color selection.

Coatings: (Electronic Entry Data Sheet) Severe Environment Selection Criteria. Title block in this data sheet 04-01 121 2/7/2002
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Extrnl corrected 02-02 to match the Practice of which it is a part, CTCE1000
(Electronic Entry Data Sheet) Severe/Seacoast Environment Selection Criteria. 04-01 115 2/7/2002
Coatings:
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38 CTCE1002 Title block in this data sheet corrected 02-02 to match the Practice of which it is a part, CTCE1000
Extrnl

(Electronic Entry Data Sheet) Offshore Environment Selection Criteria. 04-01 113 2/7/2002
Coatings:
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39 CTCE1003 Title block in this data sheet corrected 02-02 to match the Practice of which it is a part, CTCE1000
Extrnl
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(Electronic Entry Data Sheet) Moderate Environment Selection Criteria. 04-01 118 2/7/2002
Coatings:
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40 CTCE1004 Title block in this data sheet corrected 02-02 to match the Practice of which it is a part, CTCE1000
Extrnl

(Electronic Entry Data Sheet) Severe Environment Selection Criteria Purchaser Defined. 04-01 165 2/7/2002
Coatings:
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41 CTCE1011 Title block in this data sheet corrected 02-02 to match the Practice of which it is a part, CTCE1000
Extrnl

(Electronic Entry Data Sheet) Severe/Seacoast Environment Selection Criteria Purchaser Defined. 04-01 160 2/7/2002
Coatings:
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42 CTCE1012 Title block in this data sheet corrected 02-02 to match the Practice of which it is a part, CTCE1000
Extrnl

(Electronic Entry Data Sheet) Offshore Environment Selection Criteria Purchaser Defined. Title block 04-01 162 2/7/2002
Coatings:
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43 CTCE1013 in this data sheet corrected 02-02 to match the Practice of which it is a part, CTCE1000
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(Electronic Entry Data Sheet) Moderate Environment Selection Criteria Purchaser Defined. Title 04-01 159 2/7/2002
Coatings:
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Coatings: (Electronic Entry Data Sheet) Purchaser Defined Environment Selection Criteria. Title block in this 04-01 171 2/7/2002
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Extrnl data sheet corrected 02-02 to match the Practice of which it is a part, CTCE1000
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) Color Selection Data Sheet 04-01 86 1/10/2002
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Extrnl
Application of External Coatings: 04-99 61 4/19/1999
CTSE1000 - Application of External Coatings

Coatings: The purpose of this Practice is to provide requirements for the application of industrial coatings. This
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Extrnl Practice represents the consensus of major process industry companies and engineering and
construction companies. This Practice covers the general requirements for surface preparation,
application, and inspection of protective coatings.

Coatings: CTSE2000 is withdrawn. CTSE2000 was a compilation of 25 data sheets that are now stand-alone,
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Extrnl individual data sheets. See CTSE2001 through CTSE2025
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Inorganic Zinc 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
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Extrnl 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Inorganic Zinc/Epoxy Polyamide 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
50 CTSE2002
Extrnl 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Epoxy Polyamide (3 Coats) 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
51 CTSE2003
Extrnl 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Epoxy Phenolic 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 1/8/2002
52 CTSE2004
Extrnl (revised)
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Epoxy Phenolic (3 Coats) 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
53 CTSE2005
Extrnl 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Epoxy Polyamide/Urethane 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
54 CTSE2006
Extrnl 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Coal Tar Epoxy (2 Coats) 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
55 CTSE2007
Extrnl 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Inorganic Zinc/Water-Borne Acrylic 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
56 CTSE2008
Extrnl 1
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Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Alkyd (3 Coats) 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
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57 CTSE2009
Extrnl 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Inorganic Zinc/Silicone Acrylic (2 Coats) 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
58 CTSE2010
Extrnl 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Silicone for Stainless Steel (2 Coats) 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
59 CTSE2011
Extrnl 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Heat-Cured Silicone (2 Coats) 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
60 CTSE2012
Extrnl 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Epoxy Mastic for Manufacturer's Standard 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
61 CTSE2013
Extrnl 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Inorganic Zinc/Heat Cured Silicone (2 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
62 CTSE2014
Extrnl Coats) 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Inorganic Zinc/Epoxy Mastic/Urethane 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
63 CTSE2015
Extrnl 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Low Temperature Cured Epoxy (2 Coats) 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 1/9/2002
64 CTSE2016
Extrnl (revised)
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Polysiloxane (2 Coats) 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
65 CTSE2017
Extrnl 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Epoxy Mastic (2 Coats)/Urethane 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
66 CTSE2018
Extrnl 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Epoxy Novolac (2 Coats) 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
67 CTSE2019
Extrnl 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Epoxy Phenolic (2 Coats) 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
68 CTSE2020
Extrnl 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Organic Zinc/Urethane 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
69 CTSE2021
Extrnl 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Epoxy Mastic/Water-Borne Acrylic 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
70 CTSE2022
Extrnl 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Epoxy Mastic/Epoxy Polyamide 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
71 CTSE2023
Extrnl 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - Epoxy Mastic/Urethane 02-01 90 11/28/200
72 CTSE2024
Extrnl 1
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) External Coating Systems Data Sheet - High-Build Epoxy (2 Coats)/Urethane 02-01 208 6/17/2003 90 11/28/200
73 CTSE2025
Extrnl 1
Coatings Document Use Guideline: 03-01 47 3/12/2001 257 10/29/200
CTGG1000 - Coatings Document Use Guideline 1

Coatings: The purpose of this Practice is to explain the use of Process Industry Practices (PIP) coating
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74 CTGG1000
Gen documents. This Practice provides a definition of terms, an explanation of the PIP coatings document
numbering system, a description of how to use PIP document types, and an example of how PIP
coating Practices are used throughout the execution of a project.

Coatings: (Electronic Entry) Data Sheet for Documentation Requirements 03-01 187 1/8/2002
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75 CTGG1001
Gen
Coatings: (Electronic Entry) Type Code Definitions 03-01 91 1/8/2002
76 CTGG1002
Gen
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Acoustic Insulation Systems - Materials and Installation Requirements: 03-01 2279 3/19/2001
INSA1000 - Acoustic Insulation Systems - Materials and Installation Requirements

Insulation: The purpose of this Practice is to provide requirements for the design and installation of acoustic
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77 INSA1000
Acoustic insulation systems on piping and equipment operating at high and low temperatures. This Practice
provides requirements for the design, application, and extent of acoustic insulation.

Insulation: Supplement to "Cold Insulation Installation Details" (Drawing No. 10 - "Valves with Extended 09-99 25 3/5/2001
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78 INIC0010
Cold Svc Bonnets")
Cold Insulation Installation Details: 09-99 02-02 832 2/21/2002
Insulation: This Practice contains 22 cold insulation installation detail drawings for piping, valves, and vessels (Editorial
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79 INIC1000
Cold Svc with cold insulation systems. Revision -
Text Only)
Requirements For Cold Service Insulation Materials: 04-99 135 4/20/1999
The purpose of this Practice is to provide requirements for insulation materials. This Practice
Insul: Cold
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80 INSC1000 represents the consensus of major process industry companies and engineering and construction
Svc companies. This Practice covers requirements for cold service insulation materials and accessories.

Insul: Cold (Electronic Entry) Data Sheet for Cold Service Insulation System for Project-Specific Requirements 04-99 69 4/20/1999
C&I C&I C&I

81 INSC1001
Svc
Insul: Cold (Electronic Entry) Data Sheet for Cellular Glass Block and Fabricated Sections Insulation System 04-99 104 4/20/1999
82 INSC1002
Svc
Insul: Cold (Electronic Entry) Data Sheet for Polyisocyanurate Insulation System 04-99 104 4/20/1999
83 INSC1003
Svc
Installation of Cold Service Insulation Systems: 04-99 121 4/20/1999
The purpose of this Practice is to provide requirements for insulation materials. This Practice
Insul: Cold
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84 INSC2000 represents the consensus of major process industry companies and engineering and construction
Svc companies. This Practice covers requirements for cold service insulation materials and accessories.

Insul: Cold (Electronic Entry) Extent of Insulation (goes with INSC2000) 04-99 84 4/20/1999
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85 INSC2001
Svc
Insul: Cold (Electronic Entry) Documentation Requirements (goes with INSC2000) 04-99 148 4/20/1999
86 INSC2002
Svc
Insulation Design and Type Codes: 04-99 331 4/20/1999
The purpose of this Practice is to provide requirements for the design of insulation systems. This (revised)
Practice covers the definitions and design requirements for types of insulation systems that are
C&I

87 Insul: Gen INEG1000 indicated by the type code on the Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs), data sheets, and
other design documents. Corrosion protection under insulation is not addressed in this Practice.

Insulation Document Use Guideline: 04-99 35 4/20/1999


The purpose of this Practice is to explain the use of Process Industry Practices (PIP) insulation (revised)
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88 Insul: Gen INGG1000 documents. This Practice provides definition of terms, an explanation of the PIP insulation document
numbering system, a description of how to use PIP document types, and an example of how PIP
insulation practices are used throughout the execution of a project.
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Insulation Inspection Checklist: 04-98 32 4/1/1998
The Insulation Inspection Checklist is provided as a guide to individuals responsible for ensuring the
quality and completeness of an insulation job. Persons charged with making such inspections should
be experienced in the design and installation of thermal insulation and be well acquainted with the
Process Industry Practices for which the checklist was written. The checklist does not provide
sufficient information to act as a stand alone document that would allow an inexperienced person to
function as an inspector.
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89 Insul: Gen INTG1000


The checklist has been designed to apply to both cold and hot insulation systems as well as large
scale projects and individual items. As a result, there are specific items on the checklist which may
not apply to all projects. Each section has a line to rank workmanship. Since workmanship is
somewhat subjective, ranking is provided. Comment sections are provided where appropriate.

Hot Insulation Installation Details: 10-97 989 2/21/2002


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90 Insul: Hot Svc INIH1000 This Practice contains 27 hot insulation installation detail drawings for hot insulation systems. Editorial
Revision
Requirements for Hot Service Insulation Materials: 10-97 603 10/1/1997
The purpose of this Practice is to provide requirements for insulation materials. This Practice
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91 Insul: Hot Svc INSH1000 represents the consensus of major process industry companies and engineering and construction
companies. This Practice covers requirements for hot service insulation materials and accessories.

(Electronic Entry) Hot Service Insulation System for Project Specific Requirements 10-97 87 10/1/1997
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92 Insul: Hot Svc INSH1001

(Electronic Entry) Calcium Silicate Insulation System for Pipe and Equipment 10-97 80 10/1/1997
93 Insul: Hot Svc INSH1002

(Electronic Entry) Expanded Perlite Insulation System for Pipe and Equipment 10-97 79 10/1/1997
94 Insul: Hot Svc INSH1003

(Electronic Entry) Mineral Wool Preformed Pipe Sections Insulation System 10-97 81 10/1/1997
95 Insul: Hot Svc INSH1004

(Electronic Entry) Mineral Wool Board Insulation System for Equipment 10-97 80 10/1/1997
96 Insul: Hot Svc INSH1005

(Electronic Entry) Mineral Wool Blanket Insulation System for Pipe and Equipment 10-97 64 10/1/1997
97 Insul: Hot Svc INSH1006

(Electronic Entry) Glass Fiber Preformed Pipe Sections Insulation System 10-97 83 10/1/1997
98 Insul: Hot Svc INSH1007

(Electronic Entry) Glass Fiber Block and Board Insulation System 10-97 80 10/1/1997
99 Insul: Hot Svc INSH1008

(Electronic Entry) Glass Fiber Blanket Insulation System 10-97 79 10/1/1997


100 Insul: Hot Svc INSH1009

(Electronic Entry) Cellular Glass Block and Fabricated Sections Insulation System 10-97 80 10/1/1997
101 Insul: Hot Svc INSH1010

(Electronic Entry) Polyisocyanurate Insulation System 10-97 80 10/1/1997


102 Insul: Hot Svc INSH1011

(Electronic Entry) Ceramic Fiber Blanket Insulation System 10-97 80 10/1/1997


103 Insul: Hot Svc INSH1012
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(Electronic Entry) Ceramic Fiber Blanket Insulation System 10-97 78 10/1/1997
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104 Insul: Hot Svc INSH1013

Installation of Hot Service Insulation Systems: 10-97 113 10/1/1997


The purpose of this Practice is to provide requirements for installation of hot service insulation
systems, ambient to 1200° F (649° C).

This Practice covers requirements for storage and handling of insulation materials, application of
insulation, extent of insulation, and documentation. Systems requiring additional insulation
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105 Insul: Hot Svc INSH2000


specifications beyond PIP Practices shall be covered by Purchaser’s documentation.

Use of this Practice for contractual purposes requires the Purchaser make specific choices and
assemble additional supporting documents. Listing of or reference to supporting documents within
this Practice does not imply suitability for specific designs.

(Electronic Entry) Extent of Insulation 10-97 98 10/1/1997


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106 Insul: Hot Svc INSH2001

(Electronic Entry) Documentation Requirements 10-97 218 10/1/1997


107 Insul: Hot Svc INSH2002

Installation of Flexible, Removable/Reusable Insulation Covers for Hot Insulation Service: 04-99 146 4/19/1999
The purpose of this Practice is to provide requirements for flexible, removable/reusable insulation
Insul:
C&I

108 INSR1000 covers for hot service. This Practice covers minimum requirements for materials, fabrication, and
Rmvbl/Rusbl installation of flexible, removable/reusable hot service insulation covers up to 1000° F (538° C).

Insul: (Electronic Entry) Requirements for Flexible, Removable/Reusable Insulation Covers for Hot 04-99 76 4/19/1999
C&I C&I C&I C&I

109 INSR1001
Rmvbl/Rusbl Insulation Service
Insul: (Electronic Entry) Requirements for Flexible, Removable/Reusable Insulation Covers for Hot 04-99 75 4/19/1999
110 INSR1002
Rmvbl/Rusbl Insulation Service
Insul: (Electronic Entry) Requirements for Flexible, Removable/Reusable Insulation Covers for Hot 04-99 75 4/19/1999
111 INSR1003
Rmvbl/Rusbl Insulation Service
Insul: (Electronic Entry) Requirements for Flexible, Removable/Reusable Insulation Covers for Hot 04-99 75 4/19/1999
112 INSR1004
Rmvbl/Rusbl Insulation Service
Battery Chargers for Station Batteries 02-00 43 2/29/2000
This Practice provides the requirements including design, installation, inspection, testing, shipment,
and documentation for the purchase of battery chargers for application in process industries.

Auxiliary This Practice and Data Sheet define the minimum requirements for an electronically controlled indoor
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113 ELSAP01
Power battery charger used for charging batteries for station applications. These include requirements for
design, inspection, testing, shipment, and documentation for indoor non-classified areas

Auxiliary Data Sheet for Battery Chargers for Station Batteries 02-00 21 2/29/2000 131 6/1/2000
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114 ELSAP01D
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Design and Fabrication of Ferroresonant Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) 06-02 127 6/24/2002
This Practice provides a specification for purchase of a complete single-phase, continuous duty,
solid-state, on-line, ferroresonant uninterruptible power supply (UPS) system for the continuous
process industry.

This Practice covers requirements for design, fabrication, and inspection and testing of all parts of a
Auxiliary
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115 ELSAP03 continuous duty, solid-state, on-line, ferroresonant UPS system. These include rectifier/charger,
Power inverter, static switch, manual bypass switches, transformers, panelboards, circuit breakers in
enclosures, and other auxiliary devices. These components will be mounted and wired in the field to
provide a complete system that allows safe maintenance and testing of individual components
without interruption of power to essential loads.

This is other part of the ELSAP 03: The buyer will provide specific requirements for the UPS system 06-02 127 6/24/2002
configuration. The system configuration shall be described by a written system description and a
system one-line diagram (One-Line). The appendices of this Practice contain examples of two
Auxiliary different system configurations. Each of the example configurations may be used “as is” or modified
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116 ELSAP03 as required. The one-line diagrams shown in Figure A of Appendix A and Figure B of Appendix B may
Power
be adapted in “cookbook” fashion to accommodate buyer-specific choices. All components shown on
the example system configurations are specified in this Practice.

Auxiliary Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of Ferroresonant Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) 06-02 33 6/24/2002
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117 ELSAP03D
Power
Pulse-Width-Modulated (PWM) Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System 10-01 97 10/8/2001
This Practice provides the requirements—including design, installation, inspection, testing, shipment,
and documentation—for the purchase of a complete on-line, pulse-width-modulated (PWM)
uninterruptible power supply (UPS) system for application in process industries. This Practice and
PIP ELSAP04D - Data Sheet for Pulse-Width-Modulated (PWM) Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
Auxiliary
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118 ELSAP04 System - define the minimum requirements for a complete on-line, PWM-type UPS system. These
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include requirements for design, fabrication, inspection, testing, shipment, and documentation. PWM-
type UPS systems include a rectifier/charger, inverter, static bypass switch, manual bypass switches,
transformers, and accessories. Batteries are not covered by this Practice.

Data Sheet for Pulse-Width-Modulated (PWM) Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System 10-01 28 10/8/2001
This data sheet provides the requirements for a complete on-line, PWM-type UPS system, as
discussed in PIP ELSAP04 - Pulse-Width-Modulated (PWM) Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
Auxiliary
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119 ELSAP04D System. The categories covered on this data sheet are site conditions; electrical characteristics;
Power batteries; rectifier/charger; integral maintenance bypass device; UPS controls, monitoring, and
communications; remote maintenance bypass switch; enclosures; inspection and testing;
documentation; and a space for “other requirements.”
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Design and Fabrication of Flooded-Cell Lead-Acid Batteries for Electrical Stations 04-01 45 6/4/2001
This Practice provides the requirements for the purchase of vented lead-acid batteries including (revised) Editorial
design, inspection, testing, shipment, and documentation for application in process industries. Revision

Auxiliary This Practice and Data Sheet cover the minimum requirements for vented lead-acid batteries. It
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120 ELSAP11
Power includes requirements for design, inspection, testing, shipment, and documentation for vented lead-
acid batteries for application in electrical stations in indoor, non-classified areas. For requirements for
vented lead-acid batteries for uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), refer to PIP

Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of Flooded-Cell Lead-Acid Batteries for Electrical Stations 11-99 35 12/15/1999 106 6/1/2000
Auxiliary
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121 ELSAP11D
Power

Design and Fabrication of Flooded-Cell Lead-Acid Batteries for Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) 07-02 252 7/15/2002
This Practice and Data Sheet (ELSAP15D) provides the requirements for the purchase of vented, Editorial
“flooded-cell,” lead-acid batteries including design, inspection, testing, shipment, and documentation Revision
Auxiliary for application in process industries. It also includes requirements for vented lead-acid batteries for
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122 ELSAP15 uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) in indoor, nonclassified areas. This Practice is intended for use
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with PIP ELSAP03 or PIP ELSAP04. For station battery requirements, refer to PIP ELSAP11.

Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of Flooded-Cell Lead-Acid Batteries for Uninterruptible Power 07-02 209 7/15/2002
Auxiliary
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123 ELSAP15D Supplies (UPS)


Power

Design and Fabrication of Metal-Enclosed Nonsegregated-Phase Bus Duct Assemblies 10-95 53 12/19/1995
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase including design, fabrication,
and testing of a metal enclosed Bus Duct for application in continuous process industry.
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124 Bus Duct ELSBD01 This Practice covers requirements for design, fabrication, and inspection and testing of metal-
enclosed, self cooled, nonsegregated-phase bus duct assemblies for use on up to and including 34.5
kV nominal voltage systems, suitable for indoor and outdoor applications.

Data Sheet For Design and Fabrication of Metal-Enclosed Nonsegregated-Phase Bus Duct 10-95 44 12/19/1995 161 6/1/2000
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125 Bus Duct ELSBD01D Assemblies

Field Inspection and Testing of New Electrical Equipment 03-01 84 3/19/2001


This Practice provides the minimum requirements for field inspection and testing of new electrical
equipment and facilities installed in a process industry application.

This Practice covers inspection and testing procedures for new low- and medium-voltage electrical
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126 Field Test ELTFT01


facilities in a process industry. Minimum acceptable values for the testing results are included in this
specification. Forms for recording inspection and test values are also included. Certain specialty
equipment and packaged equipment are application specific and are not covered by this Practice.
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This is the other part of ELTFT 01: Some inspections and tests may require an independent testing 03-01 84 3/19/2001
organization or an equipment manufacturer's representative. It is outside the scope of this Practice to
define which tests require a third party or to designate responsibility for obtaining and coordinating
these third parties. When necessary, these tests will be defined in the project scope.
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127 Field Test ELTFT01


This Practice does not cover full compliance inspections required by various codes and regulations
but does provide assurance of equipment integrity and compliance with project-specific documents.

Field Inspection and Testing of New Electrical Equipment Data Sheet (Revised) 03-01 09-02 192 9/3/2002
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128 Field Test ELTFT01D (Technical


Correction)
Electrical Design Criteria 11-02 81 11/17/2002
This Practice defines general requirements and the basis for the design of the electrical system for a
process industry facility. This Practice is limited to the definition of general design requirements for
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129 General ELCGL01 electrical systems. It shall be used along with other design specifications provided by the owner for
the project and shall be used with the referenced documentation to develop the detailed system
design. The data sheet for this Practice is PIP ELCGL01D - Data Sheet for Electrical Design Criteria.

Data Sheet for Electrical Design Criteria 11-02 59 11/17/2002


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130 General ELCGL01D

Grounding Installation Details 01-02 4670 1/22/2002


This Practice provides the typical information needed for construction of grounding systems in
chemical and refining facilities. The bonding and grounding design and installation shall be in
accordance with the National Electrical Code.
Grounding
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131 ELIGD000
Sys These 108 installation details include power system and equipment grounding, static grounding
protection for equipment in classified locations, grounding electrode connections, and step and touch
potential grounding. Not included in the scope of this Practice are lightning protection, computer and
control system grounding, and cathodic protection.

Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Wye System, 600 Volts or Below) 10-95 59 10/1/1995
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase, including design, fabrication,
and testing, of a high resistance grounding system for application in continuous process industry.

Grounding This Practice covers requirements for design, fabrication, and inspection and testing of 600V class,
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132 ELSGS01
Sys three-phase, wye connected, high-resistance grounding systems for use on 600V, or lower, power
systems with neutral available.

Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Wye System, 600 10-95 32 10/1/1995 108 6/1/2000
Grounding
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133 ELSGS01D Volts or Below)


Sys
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Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Delta System 600 Volts or Below) 05-97 56 5/1/1997
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase, including design, fabrication
and testing, of a high resistance grounding system for application in continuous process industry.

Grounding This Practice covers requirements for design, fabrication, and inspection and testing of 600V class,
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134 ELSGS02
Sys three-phase, delta-connected, high resistance grounding systems for use on 600V or lower power
systems.

Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Delta System, 600 05-97 32 5/1/1997 113 6/1/2000
Grounding
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135 ELSGS02D Volts or Below)


Sys

Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Wye System, 2400 Volts) 12-98 52 12/1/1998
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase, including design, fabrication, (revised)
and testing, of a high resistance grounding system for application in continuous process industry.
Grounding
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136 ELSGS03 This Practice covers requirements for design, fabrication, inspection and testing of 5 kV class, three-
Sys
phase, high-resistance grounding systems for use on 2400V, Wye connected power systems with
neutral available.

Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Wye System, 2400 05-97 32 5/1/1997 123 6/1/2000
Grounding
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137 ELSGS03D Volts)


Sys

Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Delta System, 2400 Volts) 12-98 328 12/1/1998
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase, including design, fabrication, (revised)
and testing, of a high resistance grounding system for application in continuous process industry.
Grounding
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138 ELSGS04 This Practice covers requirements for design, fabrication, and inspection and testing of 5 kV class,
Sys
three-phase, high-resistance grounding systems for use on 2400V delta connected power systems.

Data Sheet For Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Delta System, 2400 05-97 32 5/1/1997 124 6/1/2000
Grounding
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139 ELSGS04D Volts)


Sys

Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Wye System, 4160 Volts) 12-98 69 12/1/1998
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase, including design, fabrication (revised)
and testing, of a high resistance grounding system for application in continuous process industry.
Grounding
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140 ELSGS05 This Practice covers requirements for design, fabrication, and inspection and testing of 5 kV class,
Sys
three-phase, high-resistance grounding systems for use on 4160V, wye connected power systems
with neutral available.

Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Wye System, 4160 05-97 31 5/1/1997 121 6/1/2000
Grounding
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141 ELSGS05D Volts)


Sys
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Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Delta System, 4160 Volts) 12-98 68 12/1/1998
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase, including design, fabrication (revised)
and testing, of a high resistance grounding system for application in continuous process industry.
Grounding
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142 ELSGS06 This Practice covers requirements for design, fabrication, and inspection and testing of 5 kV class,
Sys
three-phase high-resistance grounding systems for use on 4160V delta connected power systems.

Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Delta System, 4160 05-97 31 5/1/1997 123 6/1/2000
Grounding
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143 ELSGS06D Volts)


Sys

Design and Fabrication of Low Resistance Neutral Grounding Resistor 2.4 to 15 kV 07-97 34 7/1/1997
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase, including design, fabrication
and testing of a neutral grounding resistor for application in a continuous process industry facility.
Grounding
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144 ELSGS11
Sys This Practice covers the minimum requirements for a grounding resistor assembly to be used in a 2.4
to 15 kV low resistance grounding system with neutral available.

Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of Low Resistance Neutral Grounding Resistor 2.4 to 15 kV 07-97 32 7/1/1997 123 6/1/2000
Grounding
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145 ELSGS11D
Sys

Engineering Guide for Determining Electrical Area Classification 08-02 512 8/26/2002
This Process Industry Practice (Practice) provides a work process for applying industry codes and
standards to determine electrical area classification.
Hazardous
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146 ELEHA01 This Practice provides an engineering work process for gathering the necessary information and
Areas
applying the applicable codes and standards to develop a well-documented area classification. It
addresses the classification of areas containing flammable liquids, gases, or vapors and combustible
dust, but does not address ignitable fibers and flyings.

This Practice applies to petroleum and chemical process facilities and other related industries that fall 08-02 512 8/26/2002
within the scope of the standards being used for the assessment of the area classification.

Hazardous
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147 ELEHA01 This Practice is not a stand-alone document for determining area classification. It should be used
Areas with petroleum and chemical industry codes and standards that define the basis for area
classification. This Practice may be used for new or existing facilities.
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Design and Fabrication of Medium Voltage Motor Control Centers 01-00 61 7/15/2002
This Practice covers the general requirements for design, materials fabrication, inspection, testing, (reposted)
and shipping of medium-voltage motor control centers and also covers requirements for the design,
fabrication, and testing of metal enclosed, NEMA Class E2 controllers. This equipment is used for the
supply, control, and protection of medium-voltage motors.
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148 Motor Control ELSMC11


The application of NEMA Class E2 controllers covered by this Practice is limited to squirrel cage
induction and synchronous motors rated 5000 hp or less and limited to transformers of 5000 kVA or
less. Where specific job requirements dictate, exceptions to this limitation may be taken with Buyer's
prior approval.

Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of Medium Voltage Motor Control Centers 01-00 34 1/12/2001
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149 Motor Control ELSMC11D

Low-Voltage Fused Switch Motor Control Centers 03-00 60 3/28/2000


This Practice provides the requirements for design, fabrication, testing, and handling of low-voltage
motor control centers using fused switches that will be installed in chemical plants and petroleum
facilities.

The requirements of this Practice apply to factory-assembled 600 V fused switch motor control
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150 Motor Control ELSMC12 centers. It includes requirements for buses, enclosures, motor starters, and fused switches. All
equipment is suitable for use in dry, non-classified areas or in outdoor enclosures.

Items such as panelboards and adjustable speed drives are outside the scope of this Practice. When
such items are to be incorporated into the motor control center, the Buyer will specify the additional
requirements.

Data Sheet for Low-Voltage Fused Switch Motor Control Centers 03-00 27 3/28/2000 219 6/1/2000
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151 Motor Control ELSMC12D

Low-Voltage Circuit Breaker Motor Control Centers 03-00 60 3/29/2000


This Practice provides the requirements for design, fabrication, testing, and handling of low-voltage
motor control centers using circuit breakers and motor protection devices that will be installed in
chemical plants and petroleum facilities.

The requirements of this Practice apply to factory-assembled 600 V circuit breaker type motor control
centers. It includes requirements for buses, enclosures, motor starters, and circuit breakers. All
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152 Motor Control ELSMC13 equipment is suitable for use in dry, non-classified areas or in outdoor enclosures.

Items such as panelboards and adjustable speed drives are outside the scope of this Practice. When
such items are to be incorporated into the motor control center, the Buyer will specify the additional
requirements.

Data Sheet for Low-Voltage Circuit Breaker Motor Control Centers 03-00 26 3/29/2000 206 6/1/2000
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153 Motor Control ELSMC13D


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Specification For Procurement of Low Voltage AC Adjustable Speed Drive 11-99 52 12/16/1999
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase (including design, fabrication,
inspection, testing and shipment) of low voltage (up to 600 volt) AC, 3 phase input, 60 Hertz,
adjustable speed drives for application in a process industry.
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154 Motor Control ELSMC20


This Practice and Data Sheet define the minimum requirements for design, construction,
performance, inspection, testing, shipment, and documentation of low voltage (up to 600 volt) AC, 3
phase, adjustable speed drives supplying squirrel cage induction motors. The scope of this Practice
includes the application for indoor, non-classified areas.

This Practice is for the procurement of only one component of a system and does not include 11-99 52 12/16/1999
requirements for the overall system design. Factors such as harmonics, fault levels, torsional
analysis, transformer design, motor design, voltage drop, etc., also need to be considered in the
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155 Motor Control ELSMC20 overall system design but are outside the scope of this Practice.

This Practice does not include the motor requirements. When a coordinated package is required, the
Buyer shall also include the motor specifications.

Data Sheet For Specification For Procurement of Low Voltage AC Adjustable Speed Drive 11-99 39 12/16/1999 200 6/1/2000
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156 Motor Control ELSMC20D

Motor Installation Details (125 Details & Index) 10-96 13688 10/1/1996
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157 Motors ELIMT000 This Practice contains approximately 125 installation details and bill of material lists for 600-volt
motor and control stations. (These are 23 files with different sizes, total = 13.688MB).
Motor Installation Details - Nameplate 10-96 80 10/1/1996
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158 Motors ELIMTN00


This Practice contains a detail and bill of material list for nameplate installation on motors.
Motor Installation Details - Stand 10-96 59 10/1/1996
159 Motors ELIMTS00
This Practice is a single drawing of a 2-inch pipe stand and bill of material for motor installation.
Motor Installation Details - Terminal Box 10-96 78 10/1/1996
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160 Motors ELIMTT00 This Practice contains motor-wiring termination details and bill of materials list for 600-volt motors.

AC Squirrel Cage Induction Motors (200 HP and Below up to 600 Volts) 09-97 38 9/1/1997
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase and testing of motors for use in
continuous process industry.

This Practice provides minimum design, construction and testing requirements for energy efficient,
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161 Motors ELSMT01


totally enclosed, fan cooled (TEFC), or non-ventilated (TENV), single speed, polyphase squirrel cage
induction motors up to and including 200 horsepower, and up to and including 600 volts in NEMA
frame sizes 143T and larger, for continuous process industry application.

Data Sheet for AC Squirrel Cage Induction Motors (200 HP and Below up to 600 Volts) 09-97 36 7/1/1997 126 6/1/2000
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162 Motors ELSMT01D


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General Purpose Application of API 541 "Form-Wound Squirrel-Cage Induction Motors 250 03-99 59 3/23/1999
Horsepower and Larger"
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase (including design, fabrication,
inspection, testing, and shipment) of squirrel-cage induction motors for general purpose application in
the process industries.
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163 Motors ELSMT02


This Practice covers minimum requirements for design, fabrication, inspection, testing, shipment, and
documentation of squirrel-cage induction motors (above NEMA 440 frame sizes) for general purpose
applications. This Practice is based upon API 541, Third Edition, and specifies minimum requirements
for general purpose applications (e.g., spared machines or non-critical service).

Data Sheet For General Purpose Application of API 541 "Form-Wound Squirrel-Cage Induction 03-99 67 3/23/1999 350 7/1/2000
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164 Motors ELSMT02D Motors 250 Horsepower and Larger"

Special Purpose Application of API 541 "Form-Wound Squirrel-Cage Induction Motors 250 02-00 61 3/2/2000
Horsepower and Larger"
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase (including design, fabrication,
inspection, testing, and shipment) of squirrel-cage induction motors for special purpose application in
the process industries.
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165 Motors ELSMT03


This Practice covers minimum requirements for design, fabrication, inspection, testing, shipment, and
documentation of squirrel-cage induction motors (above NEMA 440 frame sizes) for special purpose
applications. This Practice is based upon API 541, Third Edition, and specifies minimum requirements
for special purpose applications (e.g., unspared machines or critical service).

Data Sheet For Special Purpose Application of API 541 "Form-Wound Squirrel-Cage Induction 02-00 37 3/2/2000 349 7/1/2000
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166 Motors ELSMT03D


Motors 250 Horsepower and Larger"
Electrical Requirements for Packaged Equipment 08-00 71 9/6/2000
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase, including design, fabrication,
testing, shipment, and documentation of all electrical devices and electrical systems furnished as
components of a unitized skid-mounted package of equipment.
Packaged
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167 ELSPS01 This Practice covers the requirements for electrical enclosures, motors, motor controllers, heaters,
Sys
relays, controls and control panels, control stations, pilot devices, indicating lights, transformers,
wires, and conduits furnished as components of a unitized package of equipment. This Practice does
not include medium-voltage motor controllers, DC motors and controllers, substations, and power
control centers.

Packaged Data Sheet for Electrical Requirements for Packaged Equipment 08-00 28 9/6/2000
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168 ELSPS01D
Sys
Packaged Electrical Requirements for Packaged Equipment - Preferred Vendors and Components 08-00 22 9/6/2000
169 ELSPS01V
Sys
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Design and Fabrication of Low Voltage Metal Enclosed AC Power Circuit Breaker Switchgear 09-97 63 9/1/1997
This Practice covers the requirements for design, fabrication, testing and handling of metal-enclosed,
low voltage AC power circuit breaker switchgear assemblies for installation in chemical plants and
petroleum facilities.
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170 Switchgear ELSSG01


The requirements of this Practice shall apply to metal-enclosed power switchgear assemblies
employed in three phase AC electrical systems having a voltage not higher than 1000 volts and
located in a non-classified area.

Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of Low Voltage Metal Enclosed AC Power Circuit Breaker 11-98 38 12/2/1998 261 6/1/2000
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171 Switchgear ELSSG01D


Switchgear (revised)
Medium-Voltage Metal-Clad Switchgear from 2.4 kV to 34.5 kV 01-00 86 2/8/2000
This Practice is intended to harmonize various process industry practices for purchase, including
design, fabrication, inspection, testing, shipment, and documentation, for metal-clad switchgear for
application in process industries.
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172 Switchgear ELSSG02 This Practice covers minimum requirements for metal-clad switchgear for indoor installation in
unclassified areas containing insulated buses, draw-out power circuit breakers, control,
instrumentation, and metering. This Practice also covers remote monitoring and control requirements.
Assemblies for medium voltage application for nominal 2.4 kV to 34.5 kV, 60 Hertz system are
included.

Data Sheet for Medium-Voltage Metal- Clad Switchgear from 2.4 kV to 34.5 kV 01-00 42 2/8/2000 197 6/1/2000
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173 Switchgear ELSSG02D


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Design and Fabrication of Electrical Power Center 04-97 74 4/1/1997


This Practice covers the general requirements for the design, materials fabrication, inspection, testing
and shipping of Power Centers for enclosing and housing electrical equipment for installation in
chemical plants and petroleum facilities.

The Power Center shall include installed lighting, receptacles, switches, transformers, power panels,
HVAC system, doors, hardware, wiring and other components required for a complete unit.
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174 Switchgear ELSSG11


The Power Center shall be capable of accommodating the specified electrical equipment, which may
include any of the following: medium and low voltage switchgear, medium and low voltage motor
control centers, medium and low voltage adjustable speed drives, UPS systems, transfer switches,
and other electrical distribution and control equipment.

This is part of the ELSSG 11: The specific requirements of electrical equipment installed within the 04-97 74 4/1/1997
Power Center (such as switchgear, motor control centers, etc.) will be covered by separate
specifications. Any failure by the Seller to take exception to any part of this specification in the initial
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175 Switchgear ELSSG11 bid proposal shall indicate complete compliance to the specification. It shall be the Seller's
responsibility to be, or to become, knowledgeable of the requirements of the Standards and Codes
referenced in Section 2. The Seller shall bring any conflicts between standards/codes and this
specification to Buyer’s attention for resolution.

Data Sheet For Design and Fabrication of Electrical Power Center 04-97 32 4/1/1997 143 6/1/2000
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176 Switchgear ELSSG11D


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Design and Fabrication of Outdoor Enclosures For Motor Controllers and Switchgear 01-00 43 2/8/2000
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for the design and fabrication of outdoor
enclosures that are provided as an integral part of enclosed equipment.

This Practice covers requirements for design, fabrication, testing and handling of free-standing
outdoor enclosures housing low and medium voltage motor controllers and switchgear. The
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177 Switchgear ELSSG12 requirements of this Practice shall apply to walk-in and non-walk-in enclosures located in a non-
classified area. This Practice is not intended for enclosures that will be located in classified areas.
These enclosures are not recommended for use in corrosive, dirty, or dusty environments. These
enclosures are not intended for climate-controlled or pressurized applications. When pressurized or
insulated climate-controlled enclosures are required, see PIP ELSSG11.

Data Sheet For Design and Fabrication of Outdoor Enclosures For Motor Controllers and Switchgear 01-00 37 2/8/2000 107 6/1/2000
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178 Switchgear ELSSG12D

Design and Manufacture of Liquid- Immersed Power Transformers of 500 kVA through 10,000 kVA up 09-97 83 9/1/1997
to 34.5 kV High Voltage Winding
The purpose of this Practice is to provide design engineers with a practice for design and
manufacture of two winding liquid-immersed air-cooled power transformers with a rating of 500 kVA
through 10,000 kVA and up to and including voltage of 34.5 kV nominal for high voltage winding.
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179 Transformers ELSTR01


This Practice covers requirements for design, manufacture, testing, and shipping of three-phase two
winding liquid-immersed air-cooled power transformers with a rating of 500 kVA through 10,000 kVA
with a nominal voltage rating of 34.5 kV and below for high voltage winding.

Data Sheet For Design and Manufacture of Liquid-Immersed Power Transformers of 500 kVA through 09-97 35 9/1/1997 183 6/1/2000
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180 Transformers ELSTR01D


10,000 kVA up to 34.5 kV High Voltage Winding
Medium Voltage Cable - XLPE 05-98 40 5/1/1998
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for the purchase of 5 kV to 35 kV rated
power cable for use in a petrochemical facility.
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181 Wire & Cable ELSWC01 This Practice defines the minimum technical requirements for design, material, construction,
inspection, testing, and shipping of solid dielectric Cross-Linked Polyethylene (XLPE) insulated
copper cable. The scope includes 5 kV to 35 kV single and multiple conductor shielded and 5 kV to 8
kV single and multiple conductor non-shielded power cables.

Data Sheet for Medium Voltage Cable - XLPE 05-98 20 5/1/1998 128 6/1/2000
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182 Wire & Cable ELSWC01D

Medium Voltage Power Cable - EPR 05-98 40 5/1/1998


The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for the purchase of 5 kV to 35 kV rated
power cable for use in a petrochemical facility.
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183 Wire & Cable ELSWC02 This Practice defines the minimum technical requirements for design, material, construction,
inspection, testing, and shipping of solid dielectric Ethylene Propylene Rubber (EPR) insulated
copper cable. The scope includes 5 kV to 35 kV single and multiple conductor shielded and 5 kV to 8
kV single and multiple conductor nonshielded power cables.
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Data Sheet for Medium Voltage Power Cable -EPR 05-98 19 5/1/1998 125 6/1/2000
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184 Wire & Cable ELSWC02D

600 Volt Power and Control Cable 03-99 34 3/15/1999


The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for the purchase of 600 volt rated power and
control Tray Cable (Type TC) and Metal-Clad (Type MC) cable for use in a process facility. This
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185 Wire & Cable ELSWC03 Practice defines the minimum technical requirements for construction, inspection, testing, and
shipping of insulated copper cable. The scope includes 600 volt rated multiple conductor power and
control tray cable and metal-clad cable.

Data Sheet for 600 Volt Power and Control Cable 03-99 35 3/15/1999 104 6/1/2000
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186 Wire & Cable ELSWC03D

300 Volt Instrumentation Tray Cable 03-99 34 3/9/1999


The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for the purchase of 300 volt rated
Instrumentation Tray Cable (Type ITC) for use in a process facility.
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187 Wire & Cable ELSWC05 This Practice defines the minimum technical requirements for construction, inspection, testing, and
shipping of insulated copper or thermocouple alloy conductor cable. The scope is for 300 volt rated
multiple conductor instrumentation tray cable in single and multiple pair and triad construction. Pairs
or triads may include individual shields as well as an overall shield.

Data Sheet for 300 Volt Instrumentation Tray Cable 03-99 36 3/9/1999 104 6/1/2000
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188 Wire & Cable ELSWC05D

General Guidelines for Compressor Selection 03-99 313 3/4/1999


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The purpose of this Practice is to provide an initial reference for engineers preparing to deal with
Compressors compressor vendors, for process engineers, and for project managers. This Practice provides overall
189 REEC001
guidelines for selecting an appropriate compressor for a specific process service. This Practice is
neither a procurement document nor a specification.
Specification for Integrally Geared Centrifugal Air Compressor Packages 07-98 336 7/1/1998
The purpose of this Practice is to provide vendors with requirements for the specification of integrally
geared centrifugal air compressor packages.
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Compressors
190 RESC001 The requirements in this Practice cover the application, inspection, and testing of air compressors
and auxiliaries. The intended application range for this Practice is an inlet flow rate of 2,000 to 34,000
m3/hr (1200 to 20,000 cfm) at a discharge pressure up to 10 bar G (150 psig).

Benchmarking of Reliability Indicators for Rotating Machinery 03-98 94 3/1/1998


The purpose of this Practice is to standardize reliability terminology and provide the basis for
measurement and data gathering for benchmarking the reliability of rotating equipment.
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Eqpt Gen
191 REEE002 This Practice covers the definitions of operating performance terminology, guidelines for
standardizing machinery economic performance data, and a suggested reporting format for this data
as a means to benchmark the reliability of rotating equipment in the process industries.
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Guidelines for Spare Parts Management 08-00 162 9/5/2000
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a spare parts guideline for the life cycle support of rotating
equipment. It defines the key factors used in identifying spare parts requirements and quantities and
provides those who approve spare parts acquisition the assurance that recommendations are based
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on an objective process.
Eqpt Gen
192 REEE005
This process applies to new construction, expansion, or revamp projects, maintenance, and stocking
of rotating equipment parts inventory. This Practice provides guidelines for needed spare parts vs.
vendor recommendations, parts interchangeability criteria, startup and maintenance parts, locations
of parts stocking, and levels of parts stocking.

Recommended Practices for Machinery Installation and Installation Design 04-96 1231 4/1/1996
These recommended practices (RP) are intended to provide recommended procedures, practices,
and checklists for the installation and precommissioning of new and reapplied machinery for
petroleum, chemical, and gas industry services facilities. In general, these recommended practices
are intended to supplement vendor instructions and the instructions provided by the original
equipment manufacturer (OEM) should be carefully followed with regard to equipment installation and
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Eqpt Gen checkout.


193 REIE686
Most major topics of these recommended practices are subdivided into sections of "Installation
Design" and "Installation" with the intent being that each section can be removed and used as
needed by the appropriate design or installation personnel.
Non-members must purchase a paper copy of this Practice from the American Petroleum Institute.
((http://api-ec.api.org/newsplashpage/index.cfm))

Specification for General Purpose Skid- Mounted Packaged Equipment (Revised) 01-02 10-02 1140 10/28/2002
This Practice specifies the basic requirements for skid-mounted packaged equipment for use in (Editorial
process facilities. Revision)
Machinery

Eqpt Gen This Practice covers the minimum requirements for mechanical design and manufacture of skid-
194 RESE001
mounted packaged equipment for use in process facilities. Skid-mounted units are self-contained
units consisting of equipment, interconnecting piping, electrical and instrument components, and
support structures normally fabricated and skid-mounted in one or more sections.
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Allowable Piping Loads on Rotating Machinery Nozzles 12-97 70 12/1/1997
The purpose of this Practice is to provide requirements for reducing the total life cycle costs of
rotating machinery by determining allowable piping loads and piping load application to rotating
machinery.

Comment: User experience has shown that designing for the maximum published allowable loads for
most machinery results in low Mean Time Between Repair (MTBR) and higher than acceptable
maintenance costs.
Machinery

Eqpt Gen It is the intent of this Practice to:


195 RESE002

Limit the application of the entire maximum allowable nozzle load during the equipment installation
design, allowing some reserve margin to maximize the possibility of the final installation actually
remaining within the allowable loading.

Begin driving the stated, published and calculated allowable nozzle loads to become more
performance based, tied more closely to actual effects on the MTBR and Life Cycle Costs for the
machinery in order to:

Promote the highest reliability for Vital or Sensitive machinery and the determination of those 12-97 70 12/1/1997
allowable loads that will allow the achievement of that reliability
Allow spared (essential) machinery to be more heavily loaded, and encourage manufacturers to
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either furnish allowable load data or comply with a published standard


Eqpt Gen Encourage machinery manufacturers to generate more meaningful reliability based allowable nozzle
196 RESE002
load recommendations
Encourage standards organizations to look at the basis for their allowable load values/calculation
methods and verify the effects on the demonstrated MTBR and Life Cycle Costs

This Practice covers requirements for calculating allowable piping loads and the application of those
loads for rotating machinery in the process industries. This Practice also provides requirements for
minimizing loads imposed on equipment by the piping systems.
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Eqpt Gen
197 RESE002 Comment: This Practice is intended to apply to rotating machinery including pumps and compressors
(centrifugal, reciprocating and rotary screw), steam and gas turbines, liquid ring compressors, and
also may be used after consultation with the manufacturer on fans and blowers.
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General Purpose Non-Lubricated Flexible Couplings 04-98 35 4/1/1998
The purpose of this Practice is to specify the requirements for general purpose non-lubricated flexible
couplings for process industry applications.

This Practice shall be used to select flexible non-lubricated couplings for general purpose
applications in most types of rotating equipment. General purpose coupling applications include loads
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Eqpt Gen with steady, non-fluctuating torque characteristics within the power and speed ranges defined by
198 RESE003 Table 1. Coupling applications are considered special purpose for rotational speeds outside the range
of general purpose applications, driver rated power greater than 4,000 horsepower and 3,600 RPM,
and/or a non-steady (fluctuating) torque characteristic.

The selection of couplings for applications outside the scope of this specification should receive
further engineering review.

Specification for Centrifugal Fans 06-99 165 6/30/1999


The purpose of this Practice is to specify minimum requirements for the procurement of centrifugal
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fans.
199 Fans RESF001
This Practice covers manufacturing and performance requirements for single stage, general purpose
centrifugal process, induced draft and forced draft fans in non-critical service.

Specification for Agitators 05-97 145 5/1/1997


The purpose of this Practice is to provide designers and vendors with mechanical requirements for
design and manufacture of permanently mounted agitators for use in process facilities.

This Practice covers the minimum requirements for design and manufacture of permanently
mounted, top and bottom-entering agitators, both with and without mechanical seals.
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Mixers & This Practice does not cover requirements for tank mixers, portable and clamp-on, light duty
200 RESM001
Agitators agitators, in-line and jet-type mixers, and high speed dispersers. This Practice also does not cover
requirements for the installation of agitators.

A typical agitation process data sheet, included with this Practice, may be used to communicate
purchaser requirements, however, supplemental information may be necessary to fully define
process requirements.

Vendor's quotation shall conform to this Practice and purchaser's addenda. At the vendor's option, an
alternate quotation may be offered if the following two conditions are met:
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If there is significant process or delivery advantage, a superior, more reliable agitator design may be
Mixers & offered. Vendor shall provide the technical justification.
201 RESM001
Agitators Alternate quotation shall indicate deviations from the requirements in this Practice. Complete details
of deviations shall be submitted to purchaser for review.
If vendor's quotation indicates no deviations from the requirements in this Practice, it shall be
assumed by the purchaser that the agitator quoted complies fully with this Practice.
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Specification for Tank Mixers 05-97 128 5/1/1997
The purpose of this Practice is to provide designers and vendors with mechanical requirements for
design and manufacture of permanently mounted top and side entering tank mixers for use in
process facilities.

This Practice covers the minimum requirements for design and manufacture of permanently mounted
top and side entering tank mixers. This Practice does not cover requirements for process agitators or
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Mixers & mixers or agitators with steady bearings for shaft stabilization. Portable and clamp-on, light duty
202 RESM002 agitators, in-line and jet-type mixers, and high speed dispersers are also not covered by this Practice.
Agitators
This Practice does not cover requirements for the installation of mixers. A typical agitation process
data sheet is included with this Practice. This typical data sheet may be used to communicate
purchaser requirements, however, supplemental information may be necessary to fully define
process requirements.

The Vendor's quotation shall conform to this Practice and Purchaser's addenda. At the Vendor's
option, an alternate quotation may be offered if the following two conditions are met:
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If there is significant process or delivery advantage, a superior, more reliable mixer design may be
Mixers & offered. Vendor shall provide the technical justification.
203 RESM002
Agitators Alternate quotation shall indicate deviations from the requirements in this Practice. Complete details
of deviations shall be submitted to purchaser for review.
If the Vendor's quotation indicates no deviations from the requirements in this Practice, it shall be
assumed by the purchaser that the mixer quoted complies fully with this Practice.

Seal Flush and Lubrication Guidelines for Centrifugal Pumps 09-95 64 9/1/1995
The purpose of this Practice is to provide designers with seal flush and lubrication guidelines for
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centrifugal pumps for chemical plant and refinery applications.


204 Pumps REEP001
This Practice covers guidelines for application of seal flush plans and lubrication considerations for
centrifugal pumps.

Design of Pumping Systems That Use Centrifugal Pumps 09-95 190 9/1/1995
The purpose of this Practice is to provide designers with requirements for design of pumping systems
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that use centrifugal pumps.


205 Pumps RESP001
The requirements in this Practice cover general design principles, hydraulic selection criteria, net
positive suction head considerations, jacket and driver considerations, and energy evaluation for
design of pumping systems that use centrifugal pumps.
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Design of ASME B73.1 and General Purpose Pump Baseplates 02-96 539 2/1/1996
The purpose of this practice is to establish minimum design requirements for ASME B73.1M pump
baseplates, and baseplates for general purpose pumps which do not fall within ASME B73.1M
dimensional and performance envelopes.
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Baseplate requirements covered in this practice are intended for horizontal pump designs described
206 Pumps RESP002
in ASME B73.1M and PIP RESP73H, and general purpose pumps. Baseplate dimensional
requirements for this practice shall be ASME B73.1M except for free-standing baseplate designs and
general purpose pumps that are not of the ASME B73.1M design. If a dimensional conflict arises
between this practice and the AMSE B73.1M, this practice shall take precedence.

Specification for Horizontal Centrifugal Pumps for Water Service 10-97 233 10/1/1997
The purpose of this Practice is to provide vendors with requirements for design and manufacture of
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horizontal centrifugal pumps that are used for water services.


207 Pumps RESP003H
Comment: Water services include condensate, cooling water, demineralized water, utility water,
produced water, treated water, fire water, etc.

Specification for Vertical Submerged Motor Centrifugal Pumps for Water Service 10-97 213 10/1/1997
The purpose of this Practice is to provide vendors with requirements for design and manufacture of
vertical submerged motor centrifugal pumps that are used for water services.

This Practice covers manufacturing and performance requirements for vertical submerged motor
centrifugal pumps and their accessories.
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208 Pumps RESP003S Service Conditions


Pumps with service conditions within the limits listed below are covered by this Practice:

Maximum Discharge Pressure 3500 kPa (500 psig)


Minimum Pumping Temperature 0° C (32° F)
Maximum Pumping Temperature 150° C (300° F)
Maximum Rotational Speed 3600 RPM
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Specification for Vertical Centrifugal Pumps for Water Service 10-97 297 10/1/1997
The purpose of this Practice is to provide vendors with requirements for design and manufacture of
vertical centrifugal pumps that are used for water services.

Comment: Water services include condensate, cooling water, demineralized water, utility water,
produced water, treated water, fire water, etc.

This Practice covers manufacturing and performance requirements for vertical centrifugal pumps and
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their accessories.
209 Pumps RESP003V
Pump Types

Pumps included in the scope of this Practice are broadly classified as diffuser-and-volute, separate
discharge cantilevered, and vertical can.

Vertical in-line and submersible pumps have special design characteristics and are not included in
the scope of this Practice.

Service Conditions
Pumps with service conditions within the limits listed below are covered in this Practice:
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210 Pumps RESP003V Maximum Discharge Pressure 3500 kPa (500 psig)
Minimum Pumping Temperature 0° C (32° F)
Maximum Pumping Temperature 150° C (300° F)
Maximum Rotational Speed 3600 RPM

Application of ASME B73.1M - 1991 Specification for Horizontal End Suction Centrifugal Pumps for 10-97 168 11/19/2000
Chemical Process Reposted
The purpose of this Practice is to specify the requirements for design and manufacture of horizontal
end suction centrifugal pumps for use in chemical plants and refineries.
Machinery

The requirements in this Practice are modifications, additions, and/or deletions (exceptions) to the
211 Pumps RESP73H-97
requirements in ASME B73.1M - 1991. The section/paragraph numbers and the associated headings
used in this Practice correspond to the ones used in ASME B73.1M. Since this Practice does not take
exception to all the requirements in ASME B73.1M, the section/paragraph numbers in this Practice
may not be sequential.
Line numbers were added to the data sheet 11-00.

Application of ASME B73.2M-1991 Specification for Vertical In-Line Centrifugal Pumps for Chemical 10-97 164 11/19/2000
Process Reposted
The purpose of this Practice is to specify the requirements for design and manufacture of vertical in-
line centrifugal pumps for use in chemical plants and refineries.
Machinery

212 Pumps RESP73V-97 The requirements in this Practice are modifications, additions, and/or deletions (exceptions) to the
requirements in ASME B73.2M - 1991. The section/paragraph numbers and the associated headings
used in this Practice correspond to the ones used in ASME B73.2M. Since this Practice does not take
exception to all the requirements in ASME B73.2M, the section/paragraph numbers in this Practice
may not be sequential.
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Packaged, Skid-Mounted Process Refrigeration Systems 08-00 01-02 139 1/28/2002
This Practice specifies requirements for packaged, skid-mounted industrial process refrigeration (Editorial
Machinery

systems. Along with the data sheet, appendix, and referenced attachments, this Practice defines the Revision/Tec
213 Refrigeration RESR001 minimum requirements for the performance, design, fabrication, testing, inspection, and preparation hnical
for shipment of packaged, skid-mounted process refrigeration systems. This Practice is not intended Correction)
to cover commercial or absorption chiller systems.

The refrigeration package shall provide liquid refrigerant to its chiller(s) (evaporator[s]) in the quantity
and at the temperature necessary to produce the specified process temperature and refrigeration
Machinery

duty. The refrigeration system shall consist of a complete package with all components (compressor,
214 Refrigeration RESR001 evaporator, condenser, driver, etc.) factory mounted, piped, and wired. A single skidded system is
preferred. Multiple baseplates designed to facilitate shipping shall not be acceptable unless written
approval is received from purchaser.

Piping and Instrumentation Diagram Documentation Criteria 11-98 1582 11/1/1998


This Practice provides criteria for the development of Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs).
It addresses the format and content shown on a P&ID. The Practice is independent of time in a
facility life cycle and encompasses design, construction, operations and maintenance. This Practice
covers the generation of new P&IDs and does not apply to the revision of existing P&IDs. It also
applies to P&IDs provided by packaged equipment vendors.
P & ID

215 P & ID PIC001


A P&ID is a detailed graphical representation of a process including the hardware and software (e.g.,
piping, equipment, instrumentation) necessary to design, construct and operate the facility. Common
synonyms for P&IDs include EFDs (Engineering Flow Diagrams), UFDs (Utility Flow Diagrams) and
MFDs (Mechanical Flow Diagrams). This Practice applies to all diagrams that fit the definition of a
P&ID.

The criteria presented in this Practice can be applied to whichever CAD system is employed for
developing the P&IDs and are not vendor, hardware or software specific.
P & ID

216 P & ID PIC001 The example P&IDs included in the Appendices are not intended to recommend specific design
details or requirements. Example P&IDs are included to provide an illustration of how the elements of
the recommended Practice are combined into a P&ID.

Piping Material Specfications


Line Class Specifications
Piping

217 Piping Piping (Abstracts are not applicable to these Practices)

Aluminum future
Piping

218 Alloys Piping

future
Pipi Pipi Pipi Pipi

Brass Piping
ng ng ng ng

219

220 Bronze Piping future

221 Copper Piping future

future
222 Copper Alloys Piping
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future
Pipi Pipi Pipi Pipi Pipi Pipi Pipi Pipi Pipi Pipi Pipi
ng ng ng ng ng ng ng ng ng ng ng
223 Iron Piping

224 Ductile Piping future

225 Malleable Piping future

226 Cast Piping future

227 FRPs Piping Fiberglass Reinforced Platics (FRPs) future

228 Resins Piping future

229 Non-Metals Piping future

230 Non-Plastics Piping future

231 Titanium Piping future

Titanium future
232 Piping
Alloys
233 Piping Piping Piping Material Line Class Specifications - Carbon and Low-Alloy Steels

CA - Impact Piping Material Specification 1CA1S01 Class 150, Impact Tested Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process 12-00 29 12/26/2000
Piping

234 Tested PN01CA1S0 Date: 05-00 (revised) 12-00 (Technical Correction)


Carbon Steel
Piping Material Specification 3CA1S01 Class 300, Impact Tested Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process 12-00 28 12/26/2000
CA - Impact
Piping

Date: 05-00 (revised) 12-00 (Technical Correction)


235 Tested PN03CA1S01
Carbon Steel

CA - Impact Piping Material Specification 6CA1S01 Class 600, Impact Tested Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process 05-00 27 12/26/2000
Piping

236 Tested PN06CA1S01 Date: 05-00 (revised)


Carbon Steel
Piping Material Specification 1CB1S01 Class 150, Killed Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process 05-01 32 5/8/2001
Piping

CB - Killed Date: 05-00 (revised) 05-01 (Technical Correction)


237 PN01CB1S01
Carbon Steel

CB - Killed Piping Material Specification 1CB2S01 Class 150, Killed Carbon Steel, 0.125" C.A. Process 05-01 33 5/8/2001
Pipi Pipi Pipi Pipi Pipi Pipi
ng ng ng ng ng ng

238 PN01CB2S01
Carbon Steel Date: 05-00 (revised) 05-01 (Technical Correction)
239
CB - Killed
PN03CB1S01
Piping Material Specification 3CB1S01 Class 300, Killed Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process 05-01 30 5/8/2001
Carbon Steel Date: 05-00 (revised) 05-01 (Technical Correction)
240
CB - Killed
PN03CB2S01
Piping Material Specification 3CB2S01 Class 300, Killed Carbon Steel, 0.125" C.A. Process 05-01 31 5/8/2001
Carbon Steel Date: 05-00 (revised) 05-01 (Technical Correction)
241
CB - Killed
PN06CB1S01
Piping Material Specification 6CB1S01 Class 600, Killed Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process 05-00 27 6/14/2000
Carbon Steel Date: 05-00 (revised)
242
CB - Killed
PN06CB2S01
Piping Material Specification 6CB2S01 Class 600, Killed Carbon Steel, 0.125" C.A. Process 05-00 27 6/14/2000
Carbon Steel Date: 05-00 (revised)
243
CB - Killed
PN09CB1S01
Piping Material Specification 9CB1S01 Class 900, Killed Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process 12-00 29 12/27/2000
Carbon Steel Date: 03-00 (revised) 12-00 (Technical Correction)
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CB - Killed Piping Material Specification 9CB2S01 Class 900, Killed Carbon Steel, 0.125" C.A. Process 12-00 29 12/27/2000
Pipi Pipi Pipi
ng ng ng
244 PN09CB2S01
Carbon Steel Date: 03-00 (revised) 12-00 (Technical Correction)
245
CB - Killed
PN15CB1S01
Piping Material Specification 15CB1S01 Class 1500, Killed Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process 12-00 28 12/27/2000
Carbon Steel Date: 03-00 (revised) 12-00 (Technical Correction)
246
CB - Killed
PN15CB2S01
Piping Material Specification 15CB2S01 Class 1500, Killed Carbon Steel, 0.125" C.A. Process 12-00 24 12/27/2000
Carbon Steel Date: 03-00 (revised) 12-00 (Technical Correction)
CG - Piping Material Specification 12CG0T01 Class 125, Galvanized Carbon Steel, 0.000" C.A. Utilities 04-00 25 4/26/2000
Piping

Galvanized
247
Carbon Steel
PN12CG0T01 (Air & Water)
Date: 04-00 (revised)
CJ - 1-1/4 Cr - Piping Material Specification 1CJ1S01 Class 150, 1-1/4 CR - 1/2 MO, 0.063" C.A. Process 05-00 23 6/14/2000
Pipin Pipin Pipin

248 1/2 Mo Alloy PN01CJ1S01


g

Steel
Date: 05-00 (revised)
CJ - 1-1/4 Cr - Piping Material Specification 3CJ1S01 Class 300, 1-1/4 CR - 1/2 MO, 0.063" C.A. Process 12-00 23 12/29/2000
249 1/2 Mo Alloy PN03CJ1S01
g

Steel
Date: 05-00 (revised) 12-00 (Technical Correction)
CJ - 1-1/4 Cr - Piping Material Specification 6CJ1S01 Class 600, 1-1/4 CR - 1/2 MO, 0.063" C.A. Process 05-00 23 6/14/2000
250 1/2 Mo Alloy PN06CJ1S01
g

Steel
Date: 05-00 (revised)
Piping Material Specification 6CJ1S02 Class 600, 1-1/4 CR - 1/2 MO, 0.063" C.A. 12-00 23 12/29/2000
Piping

CJ - 1-1/4 Cr -
251 1/2 Mo Alloy PN06CJ1S02 Steam/Condensate
Steel Date: 05-00 (revised) 12-00 (Technical Correction)
CJ - 1-1/4 Cr - Piping Material Specification 9CJ1S01 Class 900, 1-1/4 CR - 1/2 MO, 0.063" C.A. Process 06-00 24 6/19/2000
Pipin

252 1/2 Mo Alloy PN09CJ1S01


g

Steel
Date: 06-00 (revised)
Piping Material Specification 9CJ1S02 Class 900, 1-1/4 CR - 1/2 MO, 0.063" C.A. 06-00 23 6/20/2000
Piping

CJ - 1-1/4 Cr -
253 1/2 Mo Alloy PN09CJ1S02 Steam/Condensate
Steel Date: 06-00 (revised)
CJ - 1-1/4 Cr - Piping Material Specification 15CJ1S01 Class 1500, 1-1/4 CR - 1/2 MO, 0.063" C.A. Process 06-00 23 6/20/2000
Pipin

254 1/2 Mo Alloy PN15CJ1S01


g

Steel
Date: 06-00 (revised)
Piping Material Specification 15CJ1S02 Class 1500, 1-1/4 CR - 1/2 MO, 0.063" C.A. 06-00 23 6/20/2000
Piping

CJ - 1-1/4 Cr -
255 1/2 Mo Alloy PN15CJ1S02 Steam/Condensate
Steel Date: 06-00 (revised)
CK - 2-1/4 Cr Piping Material Specification 1CK1S01 Class 150, 2-1/4 CR - 1 MO, 0.063" C.A. Process 12-00 24 12/29/2000
Pipin Pipin Pipin Pipin Pipin Pipin Pipin

256 - 1 Mo Alloy PN01CK1S01


g

Steel
Date: 04-00 12-00 (Technical Correction)
CK - 2-1/4 Cr Piping Material Specification 3CK1S01 Class 300, 2-1/4 CR - 1 MO, 0.063" C.A. Process 04-00 24 4/26/2000
257 - 1 Mo Alloy PN03CK1S01
g

Steel
Date: 04-00
CK - 2-1/4 Cr Piping Material Specification 6CK1S01 Class 600, 2-1/4 CR - 1 MO, 0.063" C.A. Process 04-00 24 4/26/2000
258 - 1 Mo Alloy PN06CK1S01
g

Steel
Date: 04-00
CK - 2-1/4 Cr Piping Material Specification 9CK1S01 Class 900, 2-1/4 CR - 1 MO, 0.063" C.A. Process 04-00 24 4/26/2000
259 - 1 Mo Alloy PN09CK1S01
g

Steel
Date: 04-00 (revised)
CK - 2-1/4 Cr Piping Material Specification 15CK1S01 Class 1500, 2-1/4 CR - 1 MO, 0.063" C.A. Process 04-00 24 4/26/2000
260 - 1 Mo Alloy PN15CK1S01
g

Steel
Date: 04-00

CL - 5 Cr - 1/2 Piping Material Specification 1CL1S01 Class 150, 5 CR - 1/2 MO, 0.063" C.A. Process 12-00 23 1/2/2001
261 PN01CL1S01
g

Mo Alloy Steel Date: 04-00 12-00 (Technical Correction)

CL - 5 Cr - 1/2 Piping Material Specification 3CL1S01 Class 300, 5 CR - 1/2 MO, 0.063" C.A. Process 12-00 24 1/2/2001
262 PN03CL1S01
g

Mo Alloy Steel Date: 04-00 (revised) 12-00 (Technical Correction)


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Piping Material Specification 6CL1S01 Class 600, 5 CR - 1/2 MO, 0.063" C.A. Process 04-00 26 4/25/2000
Pipin Pipin Pipin

CL - 5 Cr - 1/2
263 PN06CL1S01
g
Mo Alloy Steel Date: 04-00 (revised)
CL - 5 Cr - 1/2 Piping Material Specification 9CL1S01, Class 900, 5 CR - 1/2 MO, 0.063" C.A. Process 02-01 27 2/12/2001
264 PN09CL1S01
g

Mo Alloy Steel Date: 06-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)


CL - 5 Cr - 1/2 Piping Material Specification 15CL1S01, Class 1500, 5 CR - 1/2 MO, 0.063" C.A. Process 02-01 27 2/12/2001
265 PN15CL1S01
g

Mo Alloy Steel Date: 06-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)


CM - 9 Cr - 1 Piping Material Specification 1CM1S01 Class 150, 9 CR - 1 MO, 0.063" C.A. Process 02-01 27 2/12/2001
Piping

266 Mo Alloy PN01CM1S01 Date: 04-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)


Steel
CM - 9 Cr - 1 Piping Material Specification 3CM1S01 Class 300, 9 CR - 1 MO, 0.063" C.A. Process 04-00 24 4/27/2000
Piping

267 Mo Alloy PN03CM1S01 Date: 04-00


Steel
CM - 9 Cr - 1 Piping Material Specification 6CM1S01 Class 600, 9 CR - 1 MO, 0.063" C.A. Process 02-01 27 2/12/2001
Piping

268 Mo Alloy PN06CM1S01 Date: 04-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)


Steel
CM - 9 Cr - 1 Piping Material Specification 9CM1S01 Class 900, 9 CR - 1 MO, 0.063" C.A. Process 02-01 27 2/12/2001
Piping

269 Mo Alloy PN09CM1S01 Date: 06-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


Steel
CM - 9 Cr - 1 Piping Material Specification 15CM1S01 Class 1500, 9 CR - 1 MO, 0.063" C.A. Process 06-00 24 6/20/2000
Piping

270 Mo Alloy PN15CM1S01 Date: 06-00 (revised)


Steel
Piping Material Specification 1CS1B01 Class 150, Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A. (PTFE) Bulk Liquid 12-00 21 12/27/2000
Piping

CS - Carbon
271 PN01CS1B01 Transfer
Steel
Date: 06-00 12-00 (Technical Correction)
Piping Material Specification 1CS1J01, Class 150, Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A., Core: Process, Jacket: 04-01 31 4/10/2001
Piping

CS - Carbon
272 PN01CS1J01 Steam
Steel
Date: 04-01
CS - Carbon Piping Material Specification 1CS1S01 Class 150, Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process 05-01 32 5/8/2001
Pipi
ng

273 PN01CS1S01
Steel Date: 05-00 (revised) 05-01 (Technical Correction)
Piping Material Specification 1CS1S02 Class 150, Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A. Steam/Condensate 12-00 27 12/27/2000
Piping

CS - Carbon
274 PN01CS1S02 Date: 05-00 (revised) 12-00 (Technical Correction)
Steel

CS - Carbon Piping Material Specification 1CS2S01 Class 150, Carbon Steel, 0.125" C.A. Process 05-01 32 7/17/2001
Pipi
ng

275 PN01CS2S01
Steel Date: 05-00 (revised) 05-01 (Technical Correction) (reposted)
Piping Material Specification 3CS1J01, Class 300, Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A., Core: Process, Jacket: 04-01 30 4/10/2001
Piping

CS - Carbon
276 PN03CS1J01 Steam
Steel
Date: 04-01
CS - Carbon Piping Material Specification 3CS1S01 Class 300, Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process 05-01 30 5/8/2001
Pipi
ng

277 PN03CS1S01
Steel Date: 05-00 (revised) 05-01 (Technical Correction)
Piping Material Specification 3CS1S02 Class 300, Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A. Steam/Condensate 12-00 26 12/27/2000
Piping

CS - Carbon
278 PN03CS1S02 Date: 05-00 (revised) 12-00 (Technical Correction)
Steel

CS - Carbon Piping Material Specification 3CS2S01 Class 300, Carbon Steel, 0.125" C.A. Process 05-01 26 12/27/2000
Pipi
ng

279 PN03CS2S01
Steel Date: 05-00 (revised) 05-01 (Technical Correction)
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Piping Material Specification 6CS1S01 Class 600, Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A. Steam/Condensate 05-00 26 6/14/2000
Piping
CS - Carbon
280 PN06CS1S01 Date: 05-00 (revised)
Steel

Piping Material Specification 9CS1S01 Class 900, Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A. Steam/Condensate 12-00 26 12/28/2000
Piping

CS - Carbon
281 PN09CS1S01 Date: 03-00 (revised) 12-00 (Technical Correction)
Steel

06-02 310 6/3/2002


Pipi Pipi Pipi Pipi Pipin

CS - Carbon
282 PN12CS1B01 Piping Material Specification 12CS1B01 Class 175 psi, Carbon Steel, Coated, 0.063" C.A. Firewater (Underground)
g

Steel Date: 06-02


CS - Carbon Piping Material Specification 12CS1G01, Class 125, Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A., Utility (Air & Water), 11-00 26 11/29/2000
ng ng ng ng

283 PN12CS1G01
Steel Category D, Roll Grooved Joints Date: 11-00
CS - Carbon Piping Material Specification 12CS1T01 Class 125, Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A. Utility (Air & Water) 04-00 27 4/26/2000
284 PN12CS1T01
Steel Date: 04-00 (revised)
CS - Carbon Piping Material Specification 12CS2T01 Class 125, Carbon Steel, 0.125" C.A, Utility (Air & Water) 04-00 31 4/26/2000
285 PN12CS2T01
Steel Date: 04-00 (revised)
CS - Carbon Piping Material Specification 15CS1S01 Class 1500, Carbon Steel, 0.063" C.A. Steam/Condensate 12-00 24 12/28/2000
286 PN15CS1S01
Steel Date: 03-00 (revised) 12-00 (Technical Correction)
Piping Material Specification 12LB0M01, Class 175, Ductile Iron, Cement-Mortar Lined, Fire-Water 02-01 26 11/29/2000
LB - Cement-
Piping

(UL/FM Approved) (Underground)


287 lined Ductile PN12LB0M01
Date: 11-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)
Iron

LK - PVDF Piping Material Specification 1LK0F01 Class 150, PVDF-Lined Carbon Steel, Process 02-01 26 2/12/2001
(Polyvinylide Date: 02-99 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)
Piping

288 ne Fluoride)- PN01LK0F01


lined Carbon
Steel
LP - PP Piping Material Specification 1LP0F01 Class 150, PP-Lined Carbon Steel Process 02-01 26 2/12/2001
Piping

(Polypropylen Date: 02-99 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


289 PN01LP0F01
e)-lined
Carbon Steel
LT - PTFE Piping Material Specification 1LT0F01 Class 150, PTFE-Lined Carbon Steel Process 02-01 26 2/12/2001
(Polytetrafluo Date: 02-99 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)
Piping

290 roethylene)- PN01LT0F01


lined Carbon
Steel
MZ - Piping Material Specification 1MZ0B01 Class 150, Zirconium, 0.000" C.A. Process 02-01 25 2/12/2001
Pipi
ng

291 PN01MZ0B01
Zirconium Date: 06-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)
Piping Material Specification 1NA0B01 Class 150, Alloy C2000, 0.000" C.A. Process (PTFE 04-02 400 5/6/2002
Piping

NA - Alloy
292 PN01NA0B01 Packing/Gaskets)
C2000
Date: 04-02
Piping Material Specification 1NB0B01, Class 150, Alloy B2 (UNS N10665), 0.000" C.A., Process 02-01 25 2/13/2001
Piping

293 NB - Alloy B2 PN01NB0B01 Date: 02-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)

Piping Material Specification 3NB0B02, Class 300, Alloy B2 (UNS N10665), 0.000" C.A., Process 02-01 24 2/13/2001
Piping

294 NB - Alloy B2 PN03NB0B02 Date: 02-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


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Piping Material Specification 1NC0B01, Class 150, Alloy C276, 0.000" C.A., Process (PTFE 02-01 25 3/6/2001
Piping
NC - Alloy
295 PN01NC0B01 Packing/Gaskets)
C276
Date: 02-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)
NC - Alloy Piping Material Specification 1NC0B02, Class 150, Alloy C276, 0.000" C.A., Process 02-01 26 3/6/2001
Pipi
ng

296 PN01NC0B02
C276 Date: 02-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)
Piping Material Specification 3NC0B01 Class 300, Alloy C276, 0.000" C.A. Process (PTFE 02-01 24 2/13/2001
Piping

NC - Alloy
297 PN03NC0B01 Packing/Gaskets)
C276
Date: 02-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)
NC - Alloy Piping Material Specification 3NC0B02 Class 300, Alloy C276, 0.000" C.A. Process 02-01 25 2/13/2001
Pipi
ng

298 PN03NC0B02
C276 Date: 02-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)
Piping Material Specification 1NM0B01 Class 150, Alloy 400 (UNS N04400), 0.000" C.A. Process 06-00 23 6/19/2000
Piping

NM - Alloy
299 PN01NM0B01 Date: 06-00
400

Piping Material Specification 1NM0B02, Class 150, Alloy 400, (UNS N04400), 0.000" C.A., Oxygen 06-00 23 7/17/2000
Piping

NM - Alloy
300 PN01NM0B02 Date: 06-00
400

Piping Material Specification 1NM0S01 Class 150, Alloy 400 (UNS N04400), 0.000" C.A. Process 06-00 25 6/20/2000
Piping

NM - Alloy
301 PN01NM0S01 Date: 06-00
400

Piping Material Specification 3NM0B01 Class 300, Alloy 400 (UNS N04400), 0.000" C.A. Process 02-01 27 2/13/2001
Piping

NM - Alloy
302 PN03NM0B01 Date: 06-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)
400

Piping Material Specification 3NM0B02, Class 300, Alloy 400, (UNS N04400), 0.000" C.A., Oxygen 02-01 26 2/13/2001
Piping

NM - Alloy
303 PN03NM0B02 Date: 06-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)
400

Piping Material Specification 3NM0S01 Class 300, Alloy 400 (UNS N04400), 0.000" C.A. Process 02-01 29 2/13/2001
Piping

NM - Alloy
304 PN03NM0S01 Date: 06-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)
400

Piping Material Specification 6NM0B02, Class 600, Alloy 400, (UNS N04400), 0.000" C.A., Oxygen 02-01 25 2/13/2001
Piping

NM - Alloy
305 PN06NM0B02 Date: 06-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)
400

Piping Material Specification 50NM0L01, Alloy 400, (UNS N04400), 0.000" C.A. Process Tubing (thru 12-02 New 302 12/15/2002
Piping

NM - Alloy
306 PN50NM0L01 ASME Class 600 Piping)
400
Date: 12-02
Piping Material Specification 50NM0L02, Alloy 400, (UNS N04400), 0.000" C.A., Process Tubing 12-02 New 302 12/15/2002
Piping

NM - Alloy
307 PN50NM0L02 (thru ASME Class 600 Piping) (PTFE Packing/Gaskets)
400
Date: 12-02
Piping Material Specification 1NU0B01 Class 150, Alloy 20 (UNS N08020), 0.000" C.A. Process 02-01 25 2/13/2001
Piping

NU - Alloy
308 PN01NU0B01 (PTFE Packing/Gaskets)
20Cb-3
Date: 02-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)
Piping Material Specification 1NU0S01 Class 150, Alloy 20 (UNS N08020), 0.000" C.A. Process 02-01 28 2/13/2001
Piping

NU - Alloy
309 PN01NU0S01 (PTFE Packing/Gaskets)
20Cb-3
Date: 02-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)
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Piping Material Specification 3NU0B01, Class 300, Alloy 20 (UNS N08020), 0.000" C.A., Process 02-01 25 2/13/2001
Piping
NU - Alloy
310 PN03NU0B01 (PTFE Packing/Gaskets)
20Cb-3
Date: 02-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)
Piping Material Specification 3NU0S01, Class 300, Alloy 20 (UNS N08020), 0.000" C.A., Process 02-01 27 2/13/2001
Piping

NU - Alloy
311 PN03NU0S01 (PTFE Packing/Gaskets)
20Cb-3
Date: 02-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)
Piping Material Specification 12PD0H01 FM Class 150, High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Fire 11-00 21 11/30/2000
PD - HDPE Water (UL/FM Approved) (Underground)
Piping

312 (High Density PN12PD0H01 Date: 11-00


Polyethylene)

PP - PP Piping Material Specification 1PP0H01Class 150, Polypropylene (Copolymer), 0.000" C.A Process 02-01 25 2/19/2001
Piping

313 (Polypropylen PN01PP0H01 Date: 04-99 02-01 (Technical Correction)


e)
PU - CPVC Piping Material Specification 1PU0C01 CPVC , 0.000" C.A. Process 02-01 25 2/19/2001
Piping

(Chlorinated Date: 06-99 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


314 PN01PU0C01
Polyvinyl
Chloride)
PV - PVC Piping Material Specification 1PV0C01 Poly (Vinyl Chloride) (PVC), 0.000" C.A. Process 02-01 25 2/19/2001
Piping

315 (Polyvinyl PN01PV0C01 Date: 06-99 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


Chloride)
SA - Piping Material Specification 1SA0B01 Class 150, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Lube Oil 02-01 25 2/19/2001
Piping

304/304L Date: 06-99 (revision) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


316 PN01SA0B01
Stainless
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 1SA0B02 Class 150, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 02-01 30 2/28/2001
Piping

304/304L (PTFE Packing/Gaskets)


317 PN01SA0B02
Stainless Date: 06-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 1SA0B03 Class 150, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A., Process 02-01 30 2/27/2001
Piping

304/304L Date: 06-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)


318 PN01SA0B03
Stainless
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 1SA0B05 Class 150, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Oxygen 02-01 24 2/19/2001
Piping

304/304L Date: 05-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)


319 PN01SA0B05
Stainless
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 1SA0J01, Class 150, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A., Core: 04-01 30 4/10/2001
Piping

304/304L Process, Jacket: Steam


320 PN01SA0J01
Stainless Date: 04-01
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 1SA0J02, Class 150, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A., Core: 04-01 31 4/10/2001
Piping

304/304L Process, Jacket: Hot Oil


321 PN01SA0J02
Stainless Date: 04-01
Steel
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SA - Piping Material Specification 1SA0S01 Class 150, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 02-01 30 2/19/2001
Piping

304/304L Date: 02-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


322 PN01SA0S01
Stainless
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 1SA0S02 Class 150, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 02-01 30 2/19/2001
Piping

304/304L (PTFE Packing/Gaskets)


323 PN01SA0S02
Stainless Date: 02-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 1SA0S03 Class 150, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Low 02-01 29 2/19/2001
Piping

304/304L Temperature Process


324 PN01SA0S03
Stainless Date: 04-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 1SA0S04 Class 150, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Cryogenic 09-00 24 9/28/2000
Piping

304/304L Process
325 PN01SA0S04
Stainless Date: 09-00
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 3SA0B01 Class 300, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Lube Oil 02-01 25 2/19/2001
Piping

304/304L Date: 06-99 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


326 PN03SA0B01
Stainless
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 3SA0B03 Class 300, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A., Process 02-01 30 3/6/2001
Piping

304/304L Date: 06-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)


327 PN03SA0B03
Stainless
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 3SA0B05 Class 300, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Oxygen 02-01 24 2/19/2001
Piping

304/304L Date: 05-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)


328 PN03SA0B05
Stainless
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 3SA0J01, Class 300, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A., Core: 29 4/10/2001
Piping

304/304L Process, Jacket: Steam Date: 04-01


329 PN03SA0J01
Stainless
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 3SA0J01, Class 300, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A., Core: 31 4/10/2001
Piping

304/304L Process, Jacket: Hot Oil Date: 04-01


330 PN03SA0J02
Stainless
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 3SA0S01 Class 300, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 30 2/19/2001
Piping

304/304L Date: 02-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


331 PN03SA0S01
Stainless
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 3SA0S02 Class 300, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 30 2/19/2001
Piping

304/304L (PTFE Packing/Gaskets) Date: 02-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


332 PN03SA0S02
Stainless
Steel
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SA - Piping Material Specification 3SA0S03 Class 300, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Low 29 2/19/2001
Piping

304/304L Temperature Process Date: 04-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)


333 PN03SA0S03
Stainless
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 3SA0S04 Class 300, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Cryogenic 28 2/19/2001
Piping

304/304L Process Date: 09-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)


334 PN03SA0S04
Stainless
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 6SA0B01 Class 600, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Lube Oil 24 3/6/2001
Piping

304/304L Date: 06-99 (revision) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


335 PN06SA0B01
Stainless
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 6SA0B02 Class 600, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 341 8/26/2002
Piping

304/304L (PTFE Packing/Gaskets) Date: 08-02


336 PN06SA0B02
Stainless
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 6SA0B05 Class 600, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Oxygen 24 2/19/2001
Piping

304/304L Date: 12-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)


337 PN06SA0B05
Stainless
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 6SA0S01 Class 600, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 30 2/19/2001
Piping

304/304L Date: 02-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


338 PN06SA0S01
Stainless
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 6SA0S03 Class 600, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Low 24 9/28/2000
Piping

304/304L Temperature Date: 09-00


339 PN06SA0S03
Stainless
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 6SA0S04 Class 600, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Cryogenic 23 9/28/2000
Piping

304/304L Process Date: 09-00


340 PN06SA0S04
Stainless
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 9SA0S01 Class 900, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 24 6/14/2000
Piping

304/304L Date: 06-00 (revised)


341 PN09SA0S01
Stainless
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 15SA0S01 Class 1500, 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 25 6/14/2000
Piping

304/304L Date: 06-00 (revised)


342 PN15SA0S01
Stainless
Steel
SA - Piping Material Specification 50SA0L01 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process Tubing (thru 302 4/25/2003
Piping

304/304L ASME 600 Piping) Date: 04-03


343 PN50SA0L01
Stainless
Steel
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SA - Piping Material Specification 50SA0L02 304/304L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process Tubing (thru 297 4/25/2003
Piping

304/304L ASME 600 Piping) (PTFE Packing/Gaskets) Date: 04-03


344 PN50SA0L02
Stainless
Steel
SC - 304H Piping Material Specification 3SC1S01 Class 300, 304H Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process Date: 28 2/19/2001
Piping

345 Stainless PN03SC0S01 07-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)


Steel
SC - 304H Piping Material Specification 6SC0S01 Class 600, 304H Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process Date: 24 7/17/2000
Piping

346 Stainless PN06SC0S01 07-00


Steel
SC - 304H Piping Material Specification 9SC0S01 Class 900, 304H Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process Date: 25 7/17/2000
Piping

347 Stainless PN09SC0S01 07-00


Steel
SC - 304H Piping Material Specification 15SC0S01 Class 1500, 304H Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 25 7/17/2000
Piping

348 Stainless PN15SC0S01 Date: 07-00


Steel
SD - Piping Material Specification 1SD0B02 Class 150, 316/316L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 29 2/19/2001
Piping

316/316L (PTFE Packing/Gaskets) Date: 06-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)


349 PN01SD0B02
Stainless
Steel
SD - Piping Material Specification 1SD0B03 Class 150, 316/316L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A., Process 30 2/19/2001
Piping

316/316L (PTFE Packing/Gaskets) Date: 06-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)


350 PN01SD0B03
Stainless
Steel
SD - Piping Material Specification 1SD0J01, Class 150, 316/316L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A., Core: 30 4/16/2001
Piping

316/316L Process, Jacket: Steam Date: 04-01


351 PN01SD0J01
Stainless
Steel
SD - Piping Material Specification 1SD0J02, Class 150, 316/316L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A., Core: 31 4/16/2001
Piping

316/316L Process, Jacket: Hot Oil Date: 04-01


352 PN01SD0J02
Stainless
Steel
SD - Piping Material Specification 1SD0S01 Class 150, 316/316L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 30 2/27/2001
Piping

316/316L Date: 02-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


353 PN01SD0S01
Stainless
Steel
SD - Piping Material Specification 1SD0S02 Class 150, 316/316L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 30 2/27/2001
Piping

316/316L (PTFE Packing/Gaskets) Date: 02-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


354 PN01SD0S02
Stainless
Steel
SD - Piping Material Specification 1SD1B01 Class 150, 316/316L Stainless Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process 26 10/27/2000
Piping

316/316L Date: 10-00


355 PN01SD1B01
Stainless
Steel
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SD - Piping Material Specification 1SD1B02 Class 150, 316/316L Stainless Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process 25 10/27/2000
Piping

316/316L Date: 10-00


356 PN01SD1B02
Stainless
Steel
SD - Piping Material Specification 3SD0B03 Class 300, 316/316L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A., Process 30 2/19/2001
Piping

316/316L Date: 06-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)


357 PN03SD0B03
Stainless
Steel
SD - Piping Material Specification 3SD0J01, Class 300, 316/316L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A., Core: 30 4/10/2001
Piping

316/316L Process, Jacket: Steam Date: 04-01


358 PN03SD0J01
Stainless
Steel
SD - Piping Material Specification 3SD0J02, Class 300, 316/316L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A., Core: 31 4/10/2001
Piping

316/316L Process, Jacket: Hot Oil Date: 04-01


359 PN03SD0J02
Stainless
Steel
SD - Piping Material Specification 3SD0S01 Class 300, 316/316L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 29 2/27/2001
Piping

316/316L Date: 02-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


360 PN03SD0S01
Stainless
Steel
SD - Piping Material Specification 3SD0S02 Class 300, 316/316L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 29 2/27/2001
Piping

316/316L (PTFE Packing/Gaskets) Date: 02-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


361 PN03SD0S02
Stainless
Steel
SD - Piping Material Specification 3SD1B01 Class 300, 316/316L Stainless Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process 29 2/26/2001
Piping

316/316L Date: 10-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)


362 PN03SD1B01
Stainless
Steel
SD - Piping Material Specification 3SD1B02 Class 300, 316/316L Stainless Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process 28 2/26/2001
Piping

316/316L (PTFE Packing/Gaskets) Date: 10-00 02-01 (Technical Correction)


363 PN03SD1B02
Stainless
Steel
SD - Piping Material Specification 6SD0B02 Class 600, 316/316L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 367 2/18/2003
Piping

316/316L (PTFE Packing/Gaskets) Date: 2-03


364 PN06SD0B02
Stainless
Steel
SD - Piping Material Specification 6SD0S01 Class 600, 316/316L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 28 2/27/2001
Piping

316/316L Date: 02-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


365 PN06SD0S01
Stainless
Steel
SD - Piping Material Specification 9SD0S01 Class 900, 316/316L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 24 6/14/2000
Piping

316/316L Date: 06-00 (revised)


366 PN09SD0S01
Stainless
Steel
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SD - Piping Material Specification 15SD0S01 Class 1500, 316/316L Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 25 6/14/2000
Piping

316/316L Date: 06-00 (revised)


367 PN15SD0S01
Stainless
Steel
SJ - 321 Piping Material Specification 6SJ0S01 Class 600, 321 Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process Date: 28 3/6/2001
Piping

368 Stainless PN06SJ0S01 03-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


Steel
SJ - 321 Piping Material Specification 6SJ1S01 Class 600, 321 Stainless Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process Date: 28 3/6/2001
Piping

369 Stainless PN06SJ1S01 03-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


Steel
SJ - 321 Piping Material Specification 9SJ0S01 Class 900, 321 Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process Date: 29 2/27/2001
Piping

370 Stainless PN09SJ0S01 03-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


Steel
SJ - 321 Piping Material Specification 9SJ1S01 Class 900, 321 Stainless Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process Date: 29 2/27/2001
Piping

371 Stainless PN09SJ1S01 03-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


Steel
SJ - 321 Piping Material Specification 15SJ0S01 Class 1500, 321 Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process Date: 29 2/27/2001
Piping

372 Stainless PN15SJ0S01 03-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


Steel
SJ - 321 Piping Material Specification 15SJ1S01 Class 1500, 321 Stainless Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process Date: 29 3/6/2001
Piping

373 Stainless PN15SJ1S01 03-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


Steel
SK - 321H Piping Material Specification 6SK0S01 Class 600, 321H Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process Date: 29 3/5/2001
Piping

374 Stainless PN06SK0S01 03-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


Steel
SK - 321H Piping Material Specification 6SK1S01 Class 600, 321H Stainless Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process Date: 29 3/5/2001
Piping

375 Stainless PN06SK1S01 03-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


Steel
SK - 321H Piping Material Specification 9SK0S01 Class 900, 321H Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process Date: 30 3/5/2001
Piping

376 Stainless PN09SK0S01 03-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


Steel
SK - 321H Piping Material Specification 9SK1S01 Class 900, 321H Stainless Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process Date: 30 3/9/2000
Piping

377 Stainless PN09SK1S01 03-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


Steel
SK - 321H Piping Material Specification 15SK0S01 Class 1500, 321H Stainless Steel, 0.000" C.A. Process 30 3/5/2001
Piping

378 Stainless PN15SK0S01 Date: 03-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


Steel
SK - 321H Piping Material Specification 15SK1S01 Class 1500, 321H Stainless Steel, 0.063" C.A. Process 30 3/5/2001
Piping

379 Stainless PN15SK1S01 Date: 03-00 (revised) 02-01 (Technical Correction)


Steel
SP - 2205 Piping Material Specification 1SP1S01 Class 150, 2205 Duplex SS (UNS S31803), 0.063" C.A. 25 6/19/2000
Piping

Duplex Process Date: 06-00 05-01 (Technical Correction)


380 PN01SP1S01
Stainless
Steel
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SP - 2205 Piping Material Specification 3SP1S01 Class 300, 2205 Duplex SS (UNS S31803), 0.063" C.A. 24 6/19/2000
Piping

Duplex Process Date: 06-00 05-01 (Technical Correction)


381 PN03SP1S01
Stainless
Steel
SP - 2205 Piping Material Specification 6SP1S01 Class 600, 2205 Duplex SS (UNS S31803), 0.063" C.A. 23 6/19/2000
Piping

Duplex Process Date: 06-00 05-01 (Technical Correction)


382 PN06SP1S01
Stainless
Steel
SP - 2205 Piping Material Specification 9SP1S01 Class 900, 2205 Duplex SS (UNS S31803), 0.063" C.A. 25 6/19/2000
Piping

Duplex Process Date: 06-00 05-01 (Technical Correction)


383 PN09SP1S01
Stainless
Steel
SP - 2205 Piping Material Specification 15SP1S01 Class 1500, 2205 Duplex SS (UNS S31803), 0.063" C.A. 25 6/19/2000
Piping

Duplex Process Date: 06-00 05-01 (Technical Correction)


384 PN15SP1S01
Stainless
Steel
SV - Alloy Piping Material Specification 1SV0S01, Class 150, Alloy 254 SMO (UNS S31254), 0.000" C.A., 30 6/4/2001
Pipi Pipi
ng ng

385 PN01SV0S01
254 SMO Process (PTFE Packing/Gaskets) Date: 09-00 05-01 (Technical Correction)
SV - Alloy Piping Material Specification 3SV0S01, Class 300, Alloy 254 SMO (UNS S31254), 0.000" C.A., 30 6/4/2001
386 PN03SV0S01
254 SMO Process (PTFE Packing/Gaskets) Date: 09-00 05-01 (Technical Correction)
Bronze and Iron Gate Valve Descriptions 32 12/15/2000
Valves

Bronze and Date: 11-00 (revised)


387 PNSMV033
Iron This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of gate valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Bronze and Iron Globe Valve Descriptions 27 12/15/2000
Valves

Bronze and Date: 11-00 (revised)


388 PNSMV034
Iron This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of globe valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Bronze and Iron Check Valve Descriptions 29 12/15/2000
Valves

Bronze and Date: 11-00 (revised)


389 PNSMV035
Iron This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of check valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Bronze and Iron Ball Valve Descriptions 28 12/15/2000
Valves

Bronze and Date: 11-00 (revised)


390 PNSMV036
Iron This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of ball valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Bronze and Iron Butterfly Valve Descriptions 33 12/15/2000
Valves

Bronze and Date: 11-00 (revised)


391 PNSMV037
Iron This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of butterfly valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
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Carbon Steel Gate Valve Descriptions 75 4/10/2001
Valves

392 Carbon Steel PNSMV003 Date: 04-01 (revised)


This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of gate valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Carbon Steel Globe Valve Descriptions 42 7/2/2001
Valves

393 Carbon Steel PNSMV004 Date: 05-00 (revised) 06-01 (Technical Correction)
This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of globe valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Carbon Steel Check Valve Descriptions 59 7/17/2001
(reposted)
Valves

394 Carbon Steel PNSMV005 Date: 04-01 (revised)


This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of check valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Carbon Steel Ball Valve Descriptions 60 7/2/2001
Date: 05-00 (revised) 06-01 (Technical Correction)
Valves

395 Carbon Steel PNSMV006 This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of ball valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.

Carbon Steel Butterfly Valve Descriptions 36 7/17/2001


Valves

Date: 05-00 (revised) 07-01 (Technical Correction) (reposted)


Carbon Steel PNSMV007
This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of butterfly valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Carbon Steel Plug Valve Descriptions 37 5/8/2001
Valves

Date: 05-01 (revised)


Carbon Steel PNSMV008
This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of plug valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Low and Intermediate Alloy Steel Gate Valve Descriptions 80 7/2/2001
Low and Date: 06-00 (revised) 06-01 (Technical Correction)
Valves

398 Intermediate PNSMV013 This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of gate valves included in PIP
Alloy Steel Piping Line Class Material Specifications.

Low and Intermediate Alloy Steel Globe Valve Descriptions 54 7/2/2001


Low and
Valves

Date: 06-00 (revised) 06-01 (Technical Correction)


399 Intermediate PNSMV014
This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of globe valves included in PIP
Alloy Steel Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Low and Intermediate Alloy Steel Check Valve Descriptions 61 7/2/2001
Low and
Valves

Date: 06-00 (revised) 06-01 (Technical Correction)


400 Intermediate PNSMV015
This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of check valves included in PIP
Alloy Steel Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Miscellaneous Metals Check Valve Descriptions 25 6/22/2000
Valves

Miscellaneou Date: 06-00


401 PNSMV065
s Metals This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of check valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
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Main Cat Std No Description Date n Rev Pdf kb Posted Doc kb Posted
Miscellaneous Metals Ball Valve Descriptions 31 7/17/2001
Valves

Miscellaneou Date: 06-00 (revised) 06-01 (Technical Correction) (reposted)


402 PNSMV066
s Metals This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of ball valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Miscellaneous Metals Butterfly Valve Descriptions 29 7/17/2001
Valves

Miscellaneou Date: 06-00 (revised) 06-01 (Technical Correction) (reposted)


403 PNSMV067
s Metals This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of butterfly valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Miscellaneous Metals Plug Valve Descriptions 29 7/17/2001
Valves

Miscellaneou Date: 06-00 (revised) 06-01 (Technical Correction) (reposted)


404 PNSMV068
s Metals This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of plug valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Nickel and Nickel Alloy Gate Valve Descriptions 164 03/18/2003
Valves

Nickel and Date: 03-03 (Revised)


405 PNSMV053
Nickel Alloy This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of gate valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Nickel and Nickel Alloy Globe Valve Descriptions 174 03/18/2003
Valves

Nickel and Date: 03-03 (Revised)


406 PNSMV054
Nickel Alloy This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of globe valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Nickel and Nickel Alloy Check Valve Descriptions 165 03/18/2003
Valves

Nickel and Date: 03-03 (Revised)


407 PNSMV055
Nickel Alloy This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of check valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Nickel and Nickel Alloy Ball Valve Descriptions 56 7/2/2001
Valves

Nickel and Date: 02-00 (revised) 06-01 (Technical Correction)


408 PNSMV056
Nickel Alloy This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of ball valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Nickel and Nickel Alloy Plug Valve Descriptions 42 7/17/2001
Valves

Nickel and Date: 02-00 (revised) 06-01 (Technical Correction) (reposted)


409 PNSMV058
Nickel Alloy This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of plug valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Plastic and Plastic-Lined Check Valve Descriptions 33 7/2/2001
Valves

Plastic and Date: 11-99 (revised) 06-01 (Technical Correction)


410 PNSMV045
Plastic-Lined This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of check valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Plastic and Plastic-Lined Ball Valve Descriptions 36 7/2/2001
Valves

Plastic and Date: 11-99 (revised) 06-01 (Technical Correction)


411 PNSMV046
Plastic-Lined This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of ball valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Plastic and Plastic-Lined Butterfly Valve Descriptions 31 7/2/2001
Valves

Plastic and Date: 11-99 (revised) 06-01 (Technical Correction)


412 PNSMV047
Plastic-Lined This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of butterfly valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
INDEX OF ALL PIP STANDARDS AVAILABLE (ELECTRONIC) IN E & PM Page 58 of 98

Main Cat Std No Description Date n Rev Pdf kb Posted Doc kb Posted
Plastic and Plastic-Lined Plug Valve Descriptions 29 7/2/2001
Date: 11-99 (revised) 06-01 (Technical Correction)
Valves

Plastic and This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of plug valves included in PIP
413 PNSMV048
Plastic-Lined Piping Line Class Material Specifications.

Plastic and Plastic-Lined Other Valve Descriptions 28 4/27/1999


Valves

Plastic and Date: 04-99 (revised)


414 PNSMV049
Plastic-Lined This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of other valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Stainless Steel Gate Valve Descriptions 246 4/15/2003
Valves

Date: 07-03 (Technical Revision) | 04-03(Technical Correction) | 09-02 (revised)


415 Stailess Steel PNSMV023
This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of gate valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Stainless Steel Globe Valve Descriptions 221 7/21/2003
Valves

Date: 07-03 (Technical Revision) | 04-03 (Technical Correction) | 01-03 (reposted)


416 Stailess Steel PNSMV024
This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of globe valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Stainless Steel Check Valve Descriptions 216 7/21/2003
Valves

Date: 07-03 (Technical Revision) | 04-03 (Technical Correction) | 03-03 (Technical Revision)
417 Stailess Steel PNSMV025
This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of check valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Stainless Steel Ball Valve Descriptions 196 07/21/2003
Valves

Date: 07-03 (Technical Revision) | 01-03 (reposted)


418 Stailess Steel PNSMV026
This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of ball valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Stainless Steel Butterfly Valve Descriptions 40 11/7/2000
Valves

Date: 10-00 (revised)


419 Stailess Steel PNSMV027
This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of butterfly valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Stainless Steel Plug Valve Descriptions 38 5/18/2001
Valves

Date: 05-01 (revised)


420 Stailess Steel PNSMV028
This document provides the detailed descriptions for the purchase of plug valves included in PIP
Piping Line Class Material Specifications.
Pipe Support Criteria for ASME B31.3 Metallic Piping 253 6/24/2002
Piping Support Docs

Date: 06-02
This Practice outlines the minimum basic criteria for supporting aboveground metallic piping systems
in accordance with ASME B31.3 (henceforth referred to as the Code). This Practice provides the
421 Engineering PNC00001 governing criteria of the design and selection of pipe supports for aboveground piping systems.
Project requirements shall identify the extent of design, selections, and shop and field fabrication of
pipe supports by the contractor.
INDEX OF ALL PIP STANDARDS AVAILABLE (ELECTRONIC) IN E & PM Page 59 of 98

Main Cat Std No Description Date n Rev Pdf kb Posted Doc kb Posted
Process Unit and Offsites Layout Guide 63 12/7/1998
Date: 12-98

The purpose of this Practice is to provide guidance for those involved in the layout of process units
Piping Support Docs

and offsites. This guide shall be used for the development of plans, electronic models, and working
drawings for process units and offsites. The intent is for this Practice to be coordinated with the
overall site and offsites layout for geotechnical, grading, zoning, building codes, life safety, fire codes,
422 Engineering PNC00003 and owner’s insurer’s requirements.

This Practice provides requirements for the layout of plot areas, equipment, pipe racks, piping,
platforms, roads, and other miscellaneous items. Layout includes equipment location, access and
egress for personnel safety, access for operations and maintenance, and provisions for operational
housekeeping and constructability.

(PNC00003 continues....)Access and clearances for operation and maintenance on proprietary


equipment or parts of proprietary equipment shall be in accordance with the equipment
Piping Support Docs

manufacturer’s standards.

Any conflicts or inconsistencies between this Specification, the design drawings or Contract
423 Engineering PNC00003 Documents shall be brought to the attention of the Buyer for resolution.

This guide does not cover any requirements for owner safety and property protection needs such as
loss prevention, vapor cloud explosions, or environmental or flare/vent stack requirements.

Piping Flexibility Analysis Criteria for ASME B31.3 Metallic Piping 67 7/17/2000
Piping Support Docs

Date: 06-00
The purpose of this Practice is to outline the minimum basic requirements for analyzing aboveground
metallic piping systems for flexibility.
424 Engineering PNC00004 This Practice provides basic piping flexibility analysis, design conditions, and documentation
requirements for the flexibility analysis. All piping systems shall be evaluated and, where appropriate,
analyzed for applicable conditions in accordance with ASME B31.3 (henceforth referred to as the
Code) and this Practice.

Design of ASME B31.3 Metallic Piping Systems 467 2/4/2002


Date: 02-02 (revised)
This Process Industry Practice (Practice) provides guidance for designing metallic piping systems to
Piping Support Docs

ASME B31.3, Process Piping (hereinafter referred to as the Code). This Practice provides
requirements for piping systems arrangement, design conditions, components, and joints. This
Practice shall be used in conjunction with the Code. The requirements of this Practice are more
425 Engineering PNE00001
stringent than the Code for the purpose of standardization and not because the Code is considered
unsafe. Company representatives may waive some of the requirements of this Practice that exceed
the Code requirements or may have additional requirements depending on the particular criteria of
the project. Piping systems designed in accordance with other piping codes are not included in this
Practice.
INDEX OF ALL PIP STANDARDS AVAILABLE (ELECTRONIC) IN E & PM Page 60 of 98

Main Cat Std No Description Date n Rev Pdf kb Posted Doc kb Posted
Piping Examination and Leak Test Guide 42 2/1/1998
Date: 02-98
Piping Support Docs

The purpose of this guide is to describe examination and leak testing requirements and
recommendations to those designing piping systems to the ASME B31.3 Process Piping Code,
hereinafter referred to as the Code.
426 Engineering PNE00012
This Practice addresses examination of materials, components, fabrication, assembly, erection, and
records. Extent of examination, criteria for acceptance, and correction of defective work are covered
for metallic, metallic lined, and nonmetallic piping. Types of leak tests, how to select, and
arrangements for testing piping are also covered.

Vents, Drains, and Instrument Connection Details 6909 7/23/2001


Piping Support Docs

Date: 07-01
Fabrication,
Installation, The purpose of these fabrication/installation details is to improve communication among personnel in
427 PNF0200 the following areas: piping line classes, piping material take-off and control, and piping design. These
Testing and
Examination fabrication/installation details cover the following: hydrostatic test vents, hydrostatic test drains,
valved vents, valved drains, pressure connections, thermowell connections, and orifice flange tap
connections.

Jacketed Piping Fabrication and Installation Details 2266 8/13/2001


Piping Support Docs

Date: 07-01
Fabrication, This Practice shall be used as a guideline for the design, fabrication, and installation of jacketed
Installation, piping systems. This Practice is for use by persons involved in the design, material selection,
428 PNFJ8000 fabrication, installation, inspection, and testing of jacketed piping systems.
Testing and
Examination
The 64 pages of drawings shown herein may be used as a basis for detailed fabrication drawings.

Fabrication and Examination Specification for ASME B31.3 Metallic Piping 71 2/1/1998
Date: 02-98
The purpose of this specification is to describe fabrication and examination requirements to those
Piping Support Docs

fabricating and examining ASME B31.3 Process Piping, hereinafter referred to as the Code.
Fabrication, This specification applies to both shop and field fabricated piping. Piping to be fabricated and
Installation, examined, the heat treatment required, and the extent of examination to be performed are set forth in
429 PNSC0001
Testing and specifications and drawings referencing this specification. Fabrication requirements include
Examination requirements for materials, welding, forming, and heat treatment. Examination of materials,
components, fabrication, assembly, erection, and records is covered. Examination methods, criteria
for acceptance, and correction of defective work are also covered.
INDEX OF ALL PIP STANDARDS AVAILABLE (ELECTRONIC) IN E & PM Page 61 of 98

Main Cat Std No Description Date n Rev Pdf kb Posted Doc kb Posted
Specification for Installation of Metallic Piping 38 2/1/1998
Date: 02-98
Piping Support Docs

The purpose of this specification is to describe installation requirements to those installing ASME
Fabrication, B31.3 Process Piping, hereinafter referred to as the Code.
Installation,
430 PNSC0011
Testing and Piping to be installed is described in specifications and drawings referencing this specification. All of
Examination the requirements of PIP PNCS0001 apply to piping being installed, including fabrication processes
(welding, bending, forming, machining, and heat treatment) required to install field-run and previously
fabricated piping, and examination of installed piping.
Underground piping is not part of this specification.

Specification for Leak Tests of Piping 37 2/1/1998


Fabrication, Date: 02-98
Support
Piping

Docs

Installation,
431 PNSC0021
Testing and
Examination

Steam Tracing Specification 1733 9/4/2002


Piping Support Docs

Date: 08-02 (reposted)


This Practice provides a guideline for the design and installation of steam tracing systems with
Fabrication, process fluids that require heating to prevent condensation, freezing, unacceptable viscosity,
Installation, crystallizing, separation, or temperature control.
432 PNSC0035
Testing and
Examination This Practice covers minimum requirements for design, materials of construction, installation, leak
testing, and inspection of steam tracing systems on equipment, piping, and instruments including
steam supply piping, steam tracers, tracer traps, and condensate collection.

Installation of High Density Polyethylene (HPDE) Piping 50 11/21/2000


Date: 11-00
Piping Support Docs

The purpose of the Practice is to provide installation requirements for use by persons involved with
the installation, examination, and testing of high density polyethylene piping (HDPE) systems.
Fabrication,
Installation, This Practice applies to installation of HDPE piping for use in refinery and petrochemical processing
433 PNSC0036
Testing and plants. This Practice applies to both General Purpose HDPE piping in accordance with ASME B31.3
Examination and Factory Mutual (FM) Approved piping in accordance with NFPA 24.

Purchasing Requirements for Gaskets 29 3/31/2000


Piping Support

Date: 03-00
Docs

434 Procurement PNSM0105 The purpose of this Practice is to provide the minimum purchasing requirements for use by persons
involved in the purchase, specification, or supply of gaskets. This Practice covers the requirements
for purchasing gaskets for piping systems listed in PIP Line Class Specifications.
INDEX OF ALL PIP STANDARDS AVAILABLE (ELECTRONIC) IN E & PM Page 62 of 98

Main Cat Std No Description Date n Rev Pdf kb Posted Doc kb Posted
Valve Purchase Specification 68 6/4/2001
Piping Support Docs

Date: 02-99 (revised) 06-01 (Technical Correction)

The purpose of this Practice is to provide purchase requirements for use by persons involved in the
435 Procurement PNSM0110
purchase, specification, or supply of manually operated valves.

This Practice specifies the minimum requirements for the procurement of manually operated valves
listed in the PIP Line Class Specifications and PIP Valve Descriptions. Aboveground fire protection
valves are not included.

Purchasing Requirements for Pipe 31 10/23/2000


Piping Support Docs

Date: 10-00

The purpose of this Practice is to provide the minimum purchasing requirements for use by persons
436 Procurement PNSM0115 involved in the purchase, specification, or supply of pipe.

This Practice specifies the minimum requirements for the procurement of pipe listed in the PIP Line
Class Specifications.

Purchasing Requirements for Fittings 32 10/23/2000


Piping Support Docs

Date: 10-00

The purpose of this Practice is to provide the minimum purchasing requirements for use by persons
437 Procurement PNSM0116 involved in the purchase, specification, or supply of fittings.

This Practice specifies the minimum requirements for the procurement of fittings listed in the PIP Line
Class Specifications.

Purchasing Requirements for Flanges 31 10/23/2000


Piping Support Docs

Date: 10-00

The purpose of this Practice is to provide the minimum purchasing requirements for use by persons
438 Procurement PNSM0117 involved in the purchase, specification, or supply of flanges.

This Practice specifies the minimum requirements for the procurement of flanges listed in the PIP
Line Class Specifications.

Purchasing Requirements for Bolting 28 3/31/2000


Piping Support Docs

Date: 03-00

The purpose of this Practice is to provide purchase requirements for use by persons involved in the
439 Procurement PNSM0120 purchase, qualification, or supply of bolting.

This Practice encompasses the minimum requirements for purchasing carbon and alloy steel bolting
for piping systems listed in PIP Line Class Specifications.
INDEX OF ALL PIP STANDARDS AVAILABLE (ELECTRONIC) IN E & PM Page 63 of 98

Main Cat Std No Description Date n Rev Pdf kb Posted Doc kb Posted
Abbreviated Piping Terms and Acronyms 28 10/8/1998
Piping Support Docs

Date: 10-98

Use of Piping The purpose of this Practice is to provide a system for identifying abbreviated piping terms and
440 PNG00002 acronyms used in Process Industry Practices (PIP) piping documents. This Practice establishes the
Practices
definitions and interpretations for all piping-related abbreviations and acronyms used in PIP piping
documents and drawings. Abbreviations for technical societies, codes, standards, etc. are not
included.

Piping Line Class Designator System 53 6/4/2001


Date: 11-99 (revised) 05-01 (Technical Correction)
Support
Piping

Docs

Use of Piping
441 PNSM0001
Practices The purpose of this Practice is to provide a uniform system for identifying Piping Line Classes. This
Practice establishes the system used for identifying Piping Line Classes.
Piping Material Specifications - Line Class Index 30 12/16/1999
Date: 11-99 (revised) Reposted
Support
Piping

Docs

Use of Piping
442 PNSM0002
Practices

Valve Commodity Code System 315 5/20/2003


Date: 02-99 (Complete Revision) 05-03
Piping Support Docs

315 KB
This purpose of this Practice is to establish a common method and format for designating PIP valve
commodity codes. This Practice also provides a standardized method for users of PIP piping
Use of Piping
443 PNSMV002 practices to add valves or add valve variations to PIP piping line class specifications.
Practices
This Practice applies to manually operated valves listed within the PIP Piping Line Classes. Valve
commodity codes in the PIP Piping Line Class Specifications and PIP Valve Descriptions shall follow
the numbering convention specified herein.

Selection Criteria for Control Regulators 52 5/17/1999


Date: 05-99
Proc Control

Control The purpose of this Practice is to provide designers and vendors with requirements for the selection
444 PCCCR001
Regulators of control regulators. This Practice specifies requirements for selection of control regulators,
applications, sizing, construction, pressure protection, materials of construction, installation, and
noise.

Guidelines for the Selection of Control Regulators 32 5/17/1999


Proc Control

Date: 05-99
Control
445 PCECR001 The purpose of this Practice is to provide designers with guidelines for the application and selection
Regulators
of control regulators. This Practice provides guidelines to aid designers in the selection of regulators
for proper application, sizing, and noise reduction.
INDEX OF ALL PIP STANDARDS AVAILABLE (ELECTRONIC) IN E & PM Page 64 of 98

Main Cat Std No Description Date n Rev Pdf kb Posted Doc kb Posted
Selection of Control Valves 91 3/11/2003
Date: 3-03 (Complete Revision)

This Practice, a complete revision of the same 1995-issued Practice, provides designers and vendors
the requirements for the selection and sizing of control valves.
Proc Control

Control This Practice specifies requirements for selection and sizing of pneumatically actuated control valves,
446 PCCCV001 including requirements for body, bonnet, trim, actuator, accessories, and noise considerations. This
Valves
document, along with a completed PIP PCSCV001, PIP PCECV001, and the individual control valve
data sheets (i.e., ISA20 or equivalent), defines the minimum requirements for selection, materials,
construction, and installation of control valves.
This Practice does not cover requirements for motor-operated valves, on-off valves intended for
emergency isolation, or valves with hydraulic actuators.

Guidelines for Application of Control Valves 122 6/17/2002


Date: 06-02 (revised)
Proc Control

Control This Practice provides designers with engineering guidelines for the application of pneumatically
447 PCECV001 actuated control valves. This Practice covers guidelines and background information for the
Valves
application of control valves. Issues addressed include valve selection, valve and actuator sizing,
material selection, flow characteristic evaluation, valve accessories, and consideration of the effects
of flashing, cavitation, and noise.

Specification of Control Valves 64 7/1/2002


Date: 06-02
This Practice defines the deliverables from the control valve vendor, manufacturer, or supplier and
defines the minimum requirements for documentation, the valve body, testing, and inspection. In
Proc Control

addition, the “Control Valve Specification Sheet,” included with this Practice, shall be used to
Control
448 PCSCV001 communicate overall control valve requirements for a project.
Valves
The intention is that the project or site personnel complete this specification sheet for all the control
valves for the project or site. This specification sheet allows the project or site personnel to customize
requirements.

This specification sheet is designed to reference other internal company or site requirement 64 7/1/2002
documents such as positive material identification. Individual control valve data sheets shall be filled
out for each control valve to comply with the requirements of this Practice and with PIP PCCCV001 -
Selection of Control Valves.
Proc Control

Control
449 PCSCV001 This Practice does not include requirements for motor-operated valves, on-off valves intended for
Valves
emergency isolation, or valves with hydraulic actuators. Only general requirements are provided in
this Practice. The individual requirements for each valve shall be included on the data sheet for each
corresponding control valve (e.g., ISA20).
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Main Cat Std No Description Date n Rev Pdf kb Posted Doc kb Posted
Guidelines for Control Systems Documentation 49 4/1/1997
Date: 04-97
The purpose of this Practice is to provide control systems design personnel with recommended basic
criteria for creation of control systems documentation for use in the process industry.
Proc Control

Documentati
450 PCEDO001 This Practice defines the general guidelines for control systems documentation for design, supply,
on
installation, checkout or commissioning, and maintenance of instrumentation and control systems.
The practice is primarily used for the process type industries such as chemical, and petroleum
refining.

Differential Pressure Installation Details


Date: 07-01 (revised)

This Practice has been removed for revision and is temporarily not available. The PIP Process
Control Function Team has commissioned a Task Team to revise these Installation details to facilitate
Proc Control

implementation and improve ease of use for construction. The revision process is currently
Differential underway; any PIP members wishing to participate should contact the Process Control Function
451 PCIDP000
Pressure Team Leader. For more information contact PIP Director at: director@pip.org.

This Practice provides differential pressure installation details. This Practice contains 60 drawings of
differential pressure installation details, including 1/2-inch and 3/4-inch connections, with 3/8-inch and
1/2-inch impulse lines.

Instrumentation Electrical Requirements 176 1/4/2000


Date: 12-99
Proc Control

The purpose of this Practice is to provide electrical requirements for process measurement and
control systems.
452 Electrical PCCEL001
This Practice provides the requirements for the equipment selection, system design, and installation
of electrical supply and wiring to support process measurement and control systems.

Instrumentation Electrical Fabrication Details 122 1/4/2000


Proc Control Proc Control

Date: 12-99
453 Electrical PCFEL000 This Practice contains a two-page drawing with bill of material list for field junction box fabrication
details and notes for Class I Division 2 or non-classified areas exterior arrangements.

Instrumentation Electrical Installation Details 3040 4/25/2000


Date: 02-00
454 Electrical PCIEL000 This Practice contains 48 drawings with bill of material lists of instrumentation electrical installation
details for field junction box installation, field junction box wiring, instrument conduit connections,
instrument cable connections, and conduit to cable tray.
INDEX OF ALL PIP STANDARDS AVAILABLE (ELECTRONIC) IN E & PM Page 66 of 98

Main Cat Std No Description Date n Rev Pdf kb Posted Doc kb Posted
Instrument Junction Boxes Specifications 32 1/10/2000
Date: 12-99
This Practice covers the minimum requirements for junction boxes used for instrumentation signals,
Proc Control

thermocouples, and resistance temperature detectors (RTDs).


455 Electrical PCSEL001
This Practice is only for junction boxes installed in general purpose or Division II area classifications
with wiring and terminals in accordance with the National Electric Code (NEC). Junction boxes per
this Practice are not to be used for electronics or other active elements without additional
consideration.

Data Sheet for Instrumentation Junction Boxes 30 1/10/2000


Control

Date: 12-99
Proc

456 Electrical PCSEL01D


This Practice provides a one-page data sheet for instrumentation junction boxes and is associated
with PIP PCSEL001 General Requirements of Junction Boxes.
Flow Measurement Criteria 52 6/1/1998
Date: 06-98
The purpose of this criteria is to provide the minimum requirements for the design of flow meters.
Proc Control

General and specific design requirements are provided for commonly used flow meters in the
process industry. The type of flow meters addressed in this specification are head meters (differential
457 Flow PCCFL001
pressure), velocity, oscillatory, electromagnetic and mass. Restriction flow elements and flow
switches are excluded as these are not flow indicating devices. This Practice does not cover any
process isolation (root) valves, secondary transmitters, or process piping. This Practice does not
cover custody transfer measurement requirements.

Flow Measurement Guidelines 104 6/1/1998


Date: 06-98
The purpose of this Practice is to provide guidance in the application of flow meters.

This Practice provides recommendations for the selection of the meter, its general applications, and
its performance considerations. This guideline applies to devices used to measure the flow of single
Proc Control

phase, homogeneous liquids, vapors, and gases.


458 Flow PCEFL001
This Practice presents commonly accepted meter types but does not limit application choices. Unique
or special requirements may require consideration of other meter types.

Specific custody transfer guidelines are not provided and are only mentioned with reference to other
industry practices.

Flow Measurement Fabrication Details 238 1/29/2001


Proc Control

Date: 01-01
This Practice contains four fabrication details: concentric square-edged orifice plate, square-edged
459 Flow PCFFL000 orifice plate dimensions for nominal flange sizes and ratings, eccentric square-edged orifice plate,
and orifice meter run for “not designated” uncertainty class (shop/field fab using pipe per pipe spec).
INDEX OF ALL PIP STANDARDS AVAILABLE (ELECTRONIC) IN E & PM Page 67 of 98

Main Cat Std No Description Date n Rev Pdf kb Posted Doc kb Posted
Flow Measurement Installation Details 594 4/17/2001
Control
Date: 04-01
Proc

460 Flow PCIFL000


This Practice contains 14 flow measurement installation details for head meters with transmitter in
various configurations.
General Instrumentation Design Checklist 157 8/2/2001
Proc Control

Date: 07-01
The purpose of this Practice is to provide the design requirements for the selection and specification
461 General PCCGN001 of instrumentation and control systems. This Practice, in checklist format, contains information about
units of measurement, operating philosophy, control buildings, and control system design criteria.

General Instrument Installation Criteria 44 10/1/2001


Proc Control

Date: 10-01
462 General PCCGN002 This Practice provides design criteria for the installation of an instrument system and specifies
requirements for instrument identification, mounting location, instrument support, process
connections, and environmental protection.
Process Control Document Use Guidelines 39 8/1/1997
Date: 08-97
The purpose of this Practice is to explain the use of the Process Control documents of Process
Proc Control

Industry Practices (PIP).


463 General PCEGN001
This guideline provides definitions of terms, explanation of the PIP document organization system,
and a description of how to use the key PIP document types. An example of how PIP practices are
used throughout the execution of a project is provided.

Instrument Pipe Support Fabrication Details 314 7/17/2000


Control

Date: 06-00
Proc

464 General PCFGN000


This Practice contains eight fabrication details for 2-inch single and multiple instrument pipe supports,
with and without mounting plate, at 4- and 5-foot heights.
Instrument Pipe Support Installation 341 7/17/2000
Control

Date: 06-00
Proc

465 General PCIGN000


This Practice provides 10 installation details for instrument pipe supports mounted in various
configurations on concrete, steel, and acid brick.
General Instrument Purge Details 234 9/4/2001
Date: 09-01
This Practice provides the following details for general instrument purge:
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Single purge supply through process tubing


466 General PCIGN001 Dual purge supply through process tubing
Single purge supply through transmitter body
Dual purge supply through transmitter body
Single purge supply through orifice union
Dual purge supply through orifice union
INDEX OF ALL PIP STANDARDS AVAILABLE (ELECTRONIC) IN E & PM Page 68 of 98

Main Cat Std No Description Date n Rev Pdf kb Posted Doc kb Posted
Instrument Air Systems Criteria 42 3/11/2003
Date: 03-03 (Editorial Revision)
This Practice provides minimum requirements for engineers designing air systems that supply
pneumatically actuated instruments and valves.
Proc Control

467 Instrument Air PCCIA001 Requirements for air quality, capacity, sizing, and testing for instrument air systems are given in
general terms. This Practice also includes requirements for equipment, piping, valves, and airsets
used in instrument air systems.
Guideline information is provided in PIP PCEIA001 - Instrument Air Systems Guidelines.
Installation details are shown in PIP PCIIA000 - Instrument Air Installation Details.

Instrument Air Systems Guidelines 33 6/25/2003


Date: 10-97 (Editorial Revision 06-03)
The purpose of this Practice is to provide guidelines for design of instrument air systems.
Proc Control

This Practice provides guidelines for engineers designing instrument air systems. This Practice
includes design considerations for equipment, as well as backup system design of instrument air
468 Instrument Air PCEIA001
systems.
For pneumatic tubing and piping requirements and other instrument air system criteria, see PIP
PCCIP001 - Instrument Piping and Tubing Systems Criteria and PIP PCCIA001 - Instrument Air
Systems Criteria.

Instrument Air Installation Details 482 7/16/2001


Date: 07-01
This Practice contains 13 drawings with the following titles:

Instrument Air Supply with Air-Set Supplied and Installed by Vendor, 3/8" Tubing
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Instrument Air Supply with Air-Set Supplied and Installed by Vendor, 1/2" Tubing
469 Instrument Air PCIIA000 Instrument Air Supply with Air-Set Not Supplied by Vendor, 3/8" Tubing
Instrument Air Supply with Air-Set Not Supplied by Vendor, 1/2" Tubing
Instrument Air Supply with High Pressure Air-Set Not Supplied by Vendor, 3/8" Tubing
Instrument Air Supply with High Pressure Air-Set Not Supplied by Vendor, 1/2" Tubing
Gas Purge Supply with Non-Bleed Air-Set Not Supplied by Vendor, 3/8" Tubing
Gas Purge Supply with Non-Bleed Air-Set Not Supplied by Vendor, 1/2" Tubing

(Continuation of PCIIA000) 482 7/16/2001


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Instrument Air Supply with Filter Not Supplied by Vendor, 3/8" Tubing
Instrument Air Supply with Filter Not Supplied by Vendor, 1/2" Tubing
470 PCIIA000 Instrument Signal, One Instrument toReceiver or Final Element
Instrument Signal, One Instrument to Two Receivers or Final Elements
Instrument Signal, Pneumatic Loop
INDEX OF ALL PIP STANDARDS AVAILABLE (ELECTRONIC) IN E & PM Page 69 of 98

Main Cat Std No Description Date n Rev Pdf kb Posted Doc kb Posted
Instrument Piping and Tubing Systems Criteria 200 10/8/2002
Date: 10-02 (Reaffirmation)
The purpose of this Practice is to provide to designers and installers general requirements for the
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design and installation of instrument piping and tubing systems.


Instrument
471 PCCIP001
Piping This Practice specifies the general requirements for the design and installation of instrument piping
and tubing. This Practice does not cover piping and tubing material specifications or installation
details for instruments and analyzers. These are addressed in other Process Industry Practices (PIP)
documents.

Instrument Piping and Tubing Systems Specifications 400 10/8/2002


Date: 10-02 (Reaffirmation)
The purpose of this Practice is to provide designers the component material specifications for
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instrument piping and tubing systems.


Instrument
472 PCSIP001
Piping This Practice specifies the piping and tubing system materials for instrument air supply, impulse line
purge, pneumatic signal transmission installations and for connecting instruments to process piping
and equipment. This Practice does not cover piping and tubing systems for other services.

Level Measurement Criteria 43 6/1/1998


Date: 06-98
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The purpose of this Practice is to provide requirements for design of level instrumentation.
Level
473 Instrumentati PCCLI001 This Practice covers requirements for design of differential pressure, displacement, ultrasonic,
on capacitance, nuclear instruments, and level gauges. For weighing systems, see PIP PCCWE001. For
tank gauging systems, see PIP PCCLI002.

Level Measurement Guidelines 74 6/1/1998


Date: 06-98
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The purpose of this Practice is to provide guidelines for selection and installation of level
instrumentation.
474 PCELI001
This Practice covers guidelines for selection and installation of capacitance, differential pressure,
displacement, level gauges, level switches, non-contact, and nuclear instrumentation for liquids and
solids level measurement.
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Process Analyzer System Design Criteria 42 8/22/2000
Date: 08-00
The purpose of this document is to convey conventional and widely accepted design practices used
in industry for the engineering, design, and assembly of Process Analyzer Systems. Practitioners of
this discipline are aware that each Process Analyzer System is a unique and customized entity. This
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document is intended as a prompt to an experienced analyzer systems engineer to ensure that a


Process safe, reliable, and maintainable system is designed and engineered.
475 PCCPA001
Analyzers
The other PIP analyzer documents in this series deal with proven means to specify, purchase, and
install Process Analyzer Systems in an engineering and construction environment. These documents
collectively provide a framework for obtaining pre-assembled analyzer systems from third-party
vendors who specialize in fabricating complete Process Analyzer Systems.

These specialists are frequently called Analyzer System Vendors (ASV). 42 8/22/2000
Process Analyzer Systems are engineered, designed, and fabricated for one of the following:
Process measurement or monitoring
Effluent measurement or monitoring
Ambient atmospheric measurement or monitoring
A properly functioning system requires integration of multiple design tasks:
Selection of analytical technology
Safety
Sample extraction
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Sample transport
Process Sample conditioning
476 PCCPA001
Analyzers Sample return/disposal
Utilities support
Analyzer shelter
Signal conversions and control system interfaces
Status alarms
Calibration facilities
A Process Analyzer System is not a commodity but is a custom-designed system to meet a
specific requirement.

Process Analyzer System Engineering Guidelines 22 8/22/2000


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Date: 08-00
Process PIP recommends the use of International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Technical Report TR
477 PCEPA001
Analyzers 61831, On-Line Analyser Systems - Guide to Design and Installation as PIP PCEPA001, Process
Analyzer System Engineering Guidelines, with additional comments as provided
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Main Cat Std No Description Date n Rev Pdf kb Posted Doc kb Posted
Process Analyzer Project Implementation Guidelines 57 8/22/2000
Date: 08-00
This document is provided as a guide to individuals responsible for the design, specification,
purchasing, and installation of process analyzer systems on major capital projects. These projects
typically require the participation of the Owner Company, an Engineering and Construction (E&C)
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contractor, an Analyzer Systems Vendor (ASV) or integrator, and the Analyzer Vendor(s) or Analyzer
Process Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM). It shall be understood that each analyzer system is an
478 PCEPA002 individually engineered product and not a commodity item.
Analyzers
The successful implementation of a process analyzer project requires the knowledge, integration,
and management of multi-disciplinary engineering skills and resources that may bridge several
different organizations.

The detailed information contained within this document on "roles and responsibilities" assumes a 57 8/22/2000
"typical" project. The organizational structure may include analyzer resources from an Owner
Company, an E&C contractor, an ASV, and the Analyzer Vendor or the Analyzer OEM. However,
depending upon the scope of a given project and the organizational structure defined for that project,
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the "tasks" defined under the roles and responsibilities for participating organizations may change.
Process
479 PCEPA002 Use this document to assist in assessment and definition of roles and responsibilities for those tasks
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requiring completion for a given project. Successful implementation of a project requires continuity of
personnel throughout the execution period of a project. In addition to minimizing the overall cost of
the project, all efforts should be taken to align resources and minimize duplication of effort.

Process Analyzer System Field Installation 39 10/29/2001


Date: 10-01
This Practice is provided as a guide to individuals responsible for the field installation of process
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analyzer systems. The safe, reliable, cost effective operation of an analyzer system requires proper
Process field installation. This Practice should be listed in and provided as part of the Process Analyzer
480 PCIPA001
Analyzers Project Documentation Data Sheet submittals provided to the engineering and construction
contractor.

This Practice specifies the general requirements for the installation of analyzer systems.
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Main Cat Std No Description Date n Rev Pdf kb Posted Doc kb Posted
Process Analyzer Project Documentation Data Sheet Instructions
Date: 08-00
41 KB
File Posted 2/20/2001 Editorial Revision

The Process Analyzer Project Documentation Data Sheet (PIP PCSPA01D) is a guide to individuals
responsible for ensuring the quality and completeness of the project documentation required to
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design, procure, install, and operate an analyzer system. PIP PCSPA01D helps to establish the
Process contractual obligations that exist regarding the technical aspects of the purchase agreement.
481 PCSPA001
Analyzers
PIP PCSPA01D may apply to a single process analyzer system. (A process analyzer system typically
consists of a sample conditioning system, a process analyzer, and one or more data output devices.)
PIP PCSPA01D may also apply to any number of analyzer systems and any associated shelters,
enclosures, and other support equipment needed for a grass roots construction project.

Use of PIP PCSPA01D can benefit all types of process analyzer projects. PIP PCSPA01D is intended
to supply a simple, easily understood reference list of all documents supplied and all documents
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required for a given analyzer project. PIP PCSPA01D is primarily intended for the more complex
Process types of analyzer projects, which involve Owner Companies, Engineering and Construction (E&C)
482 PCSPA001
Analyzers contractor companies, and sub-contractor companies that specialize in analyzer system integration
and packaging. These companies are often called Analyzer System Vendors (ASV).

Process Analyzer System Data Sheet Instructions 67 2/20/2001


Date: 08-00 Editorial
This document is provided as a guide to individuals responsible for ensuring the quality and Revision
completeness of an analyzer system procurement document. A process analyzer system typically
consists of a sample-conditioning system, a process analyzer, and one or more data output devices.
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Process All types of process analyzers can be specified using the PIP Process Analyzer System Data Sheet
483 PCSPA002 (PIP PCSPA02D). PIP PCSPA02D, is primarily intended for the more complex types of analyzers,
Analyzers
such as chromatographs and spectrometers, in which the instrument parameters required for proper
analyzer operation must be established by either the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) or by
highly skilled technicians. PIP PCSPA02D can be used for either single-stream or multi-stream
analyzer applications.

Each analyzer system to be included within a project shall have a separate PIP PCSPA02D 67 2/20/2001
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specifically tailored for the system’s intended process stream and analytical parameters. PIP Editorial
Process PCSPA02D may be supplied directly to an Analyzer OEM for small applications or, with other Revision
484 PCSPA002
Analyzers supporting documentation, to companies that specialize in analyzer system integration and
packaging.
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Process Analyzer Shelter Data Sheet Instructions 55 2/20/2001
Date: 08-00 Editorial
To assure the proper operation of an analyzer system, it may be necessary to provide appropriate Revision
environmental protection. When the intrinsic protection offered by an analyzer enclosure is not
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suitable for the working environment, additional protection shall be provided. An analyzer shelter is
Process used for this purpose. The Process Analyzer Shelter Data Sheet (PIP PCSPA03D) is provided as a
485 PCSPA003
Analyzers guide to individuals responsible for ensuring the quality and completeness of an analyzer shelter
specification. Analyzer shelters are not typically considered to be occupied structures.

The following statements describe the four general types of protective shelters:

Type I: Field Mounted - where an analyzer in an integral cabinet is mounted on a freestanding 55 2/20/2001
support Editorial
Type II: Freely Ventilated - typically a three-sided shelter Revision
Type III: Climate Controlled - where it is necessary to provide a controlled interior for proper operation
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of the analyzer system(s)


Process Type IV: Controlled for Area Classification Reduction - where it is necessary to operate analyzer
486 PCSPA003
Analyzers system(s) that are not rated for the exterior area classification of the shelter
Each analyzer shelter in a project shall have a separate PIP PCSPA03D data sheet specifically
tailored for its intended analyzer complement. This data sheet can be supplied directly to a vendor for
small applications or, with other supporting documentation, to companies specializing in analyzer
system integration and packaging.

Process Analyzer Bid Proposal Data Sheet Instructions 41 2/20/2001


Date: 08-00 Editorial
This document is provided so that all replies to requests for quotation (RFQ) will be made on the Revision
same basis both technically and commercially. This simplifies the comparison of multiple bids and
ensures uniformity in the comparison. This document describes the minimum information necessary
for properly comparing bids for the analyzer system.
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Process The following information will be supplied in an RFQ to each analyzer system vendor (ASV) who is
487 PCSPA004
Analyzers invited to bid on the project:

Scope/System Overview Document - The “Scope” or “System Overview Document” shall always be
unique to the project. This is typically an introduction or general description of the systems to be
provided. Any descriptive information that will help the bidders understand what is required may be
included.

Specific “Project Implementation Guidelines” - This shall be either a narrative or a spreadsheet listing 41 2/20/2001
the various tasks involved for project completion, derived from Process Analyzer Project Editorial
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Implementation Guidelines (PIP PCEPA002). If the entire list is provided, only those tasks clearly Revision
Process designated as the responsibility of the ASV are part of the quotation requested.
488 PCSPA004
Analyzers
Process Analyzer Bid Proposal Data Sheet (PIP PCSPA04D) - This shall be provided to the ASV as a
means of providing information that is known at this stage in the project (e.g., date the proposal will
be issued for bids and the required site arrival date).
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PIP PCSPA04D is supplied primarily as a pricing data sheet. Section 6 of this form contains the 41 2/20/2001
analyzer system project schedule, and Section 7 lists key personnel who will be assigned to the Editorial
project by the bidding ASV. Cost, schedule, and personnel are all important factors in determining the Revision
successful bidder.
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Process
489 PCSPA004 PIP PCSPA04D must be completed and submitted with the proposal. The following text provides
Analyzers
instructions for completion of this data sheet. Submitting a lump sum bid when itemized pricing as
outlined on PIP PCSPA04D is required shall be grounds for rejection of the bid. Alternate pricing
formats that are a standard of the bidder may be included along with this form but cannot be
submitted in lieu of this form.

Process Analyzer Project Documentation Data Sheet 28 2/20/2001 160 2/20/2001


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Process Date: 08-00 Editorial Editorial


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490 PCSPA01D
Analyzers Revision Revision

Process Analyzer System Data Sheet 43 2/20/2001 247 2/20/2001


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Process Date: 08-00 Editorial Editorial


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491 PCSPA02D
Analyzers Revision Revision

Process Analyzer Shelter Data Sheet 42 2/20/2001 202 2/20/2001


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Process Date: 08-00 Editorial Editorial


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492 PCSPA03D
Analyzers Revision Revision

Process Analyzer Bid Proposal Data Sheet 29 2/20/2001 152


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Date: 08-00 Editorial 2/20/2001


Process Revision Editorial
493 PCSPA04D
Analyzers Revision

Process Analyzer System Data Sheet Part II - Stream-Specific Information 32 2/20/2001 208
Date: 08-00 Editorial 2/20/2001
Process Revision Editorial
494 PCSPA2DA
Analyzers Revision

Process Analyzer System Acceptance Testing 42 1/4/2001


Date: 01-01
This document is provided as a general guide to individuals responsible for the inspection and
acceptance testing of process analyzer systems and field enclosures. It shall be understood that
each analyzer system is an individually engineered product and not a commodity item. System-
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specific inspection and tests may be required before final acceptance and should be detailed in each
Process Process Analyzer System Data Sheet (PIP PCSPA02D).
495 PCTPA001
Analyzers
Inspection and acceptance tests may involve the participation of the Owner Company, an
engineering and construction (E&C) contractor, an analyzer systems vendor (ASV) or integrator, and
the analyzer vendor(s) or analyzer original equipment manufacturer (OEM). Participation shall be
defined in Process Analyzer Project Implementation Guidelines (PIP PCEPA002).
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Inspections and acceptance tests defined herein assume that physical inspections are conducted at 42 1/4/2001
both the analyzer OEM and the ASV. Before conducting an acceptance test, statistical quality control
(SQC) performance data are commonly required.
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Process Inspection and acceptance tests are typically conducted at three levels. First, inspection and
496 PCTPA001
Analyzers acceptance tests of the process analyzer(s) are conducted by the OEM. Second, inspection and
acceptance tests of the fabricated process analyzer systems and shelter(s) are conducted by the
ASV. Third, the installed systems are performance tested on site as a requirement for turnover to the
Owner Company.

Pressure Measurement Criteria 34 7/1/1997


Date: 07-97
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The purpose of this Practice is to provide the criteria for the equipment selection, system design, and
installation of pressure instrumentation.
497 Pressure PCCPR001
This Practice specifies requirements for design and installation of pressure and differential pressure
measurement instrumentation. Installation details are addressed in other Process Industry Practices
(PIP) documents.

Pressure Installation Details


Date: 04-99
This Practice has been removed for revision and is temporarily not available. The PIP Process
Control Function Team has commissioned a Task Team to revise these Installation details to facilitate
implementation and improve ease of use for construction. The revision process is currently
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underway; any PIP members wishing to participate should contact the Process Control Function
498 Pressure PCIPR000 Team Leader. For more information contact PIP Director at: director@pip.org.

The purpose of this Practice is to provide pressure installation details. This Practice includes an index
for the pressure installation details. PCIPR100 series details are 3/8" tubing impulse lines, PCIPR200
series details are 1/2" tubing impulse lines, and PCIPR300 series details are 1/2" pipe impulse lines.

Packaged Equipment Instrumentation Documentation Requirements Data Sheet and Instructions 29 12/20/1999
Date: 12-99
The Packaged Equipment Instrumentation Documentation Requirements Data Sheet communicates
Owner documentation requirements for instrumentation and controls for equipment furnished as part
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of packaged equipment.
Packaged
499 PCDPS001
Systems The Data Sheet contains key information about the requirements of the Owner which are important to
clearly communicate to the Packaged System Supplier. The Data Sheet is to be completed by the
Designer with Owner input, review, and approval. This Data Sheet is to be used in conjunction with
PIP PCSPS001, PIP PCTPS001, and PIP PCSPS002.

Packaged Equipment Instrumentation Documentation Requirements Data Sheet 68 12/20/1999


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Packaged
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Main Cat Std No Description Date n Rev Pdf kb Posted Doc kb Posted
Packaged Equipment Instrumentation Specification 185 12/21/1999
Date: 12-99
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The purpose of this Practice is to define minimum technical requirements for instrumentation and
Packaged controls for equipment furnished as a package.
501 PCSPS001
Systems
This Practice specifies requirements and provides data sheets for the specification, procurement,
fabrication, inspection, and testing of instrumentation, control and associated systems provided as
part of packaged equipment.

Packaged Equipment Instrumentation Data Sheet and Instructions 22 12/21/1999


Date: 12-99
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The Packaged Equipment Instrumentation Data Sheet defines project specific requirements for
Packaged instrumentation and controls for equipment furnished as part of packaged equipment.
502 PCSPS002
Systems
The Data Sheet contains key information about the preferences of the Owner which are important to
clearly communicate to the Packaged System Supplier. It is to be completed by the Designer with
Owner input, review, and approval.

Small, General Purpose Packaged Equipment Instrumentation Specification 39 7/8/2002


Date: 07-02
This Practice defines minimum technical requirements for instrumentation and controls incorporated
on small, general purpose skid package units (e.g., liquid ring vacuum pumps, refrigeration units).
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This Practice is not intended for packaged analyzer systems or for packages that contain safety-
Packaged instrumented systems (SIS).
503 PCSPS010
Systems
This Practice and specified references define the minimum requirements for the performance, design,
fabrication, testing, and inspection of instrumentation systems installed on small packaged
equipment. Specific owner requirements are shown on the associated data sheet, PIP PCSPS10D.

Packaged Equipment Instrumentation Data Sheet 97 12/21/1999


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504 PCSPS01D Date: 12-99


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Systems

Small, General Purpose Packaged Equipment Instrumentation Data Sheet 26 7/8/2002


Date: 07-02
Packaged Specific owner requirements are shown on this two-page data sheet, defining the minimum
505 PCSPS10D
Systems requirements for the performance, design, fabrication, testing, and inspection of instrumentation
systems installed on small packaged equipment.
Packaged Equipment Instrumentation Inspection and Testing Requirements Data Sheet 24 12/22/1999
Packaged
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506 PCTPS001 Date: 12-99


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Main Cat Std No Description Date n Rev Pdf kb Posted Doc kb Posted
Safety Instrumented Systems Guidelines 457 12/22/1999
Date: 12-99
This Practice provides designers of Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) with engineering guidelines
appropriate for SIS meeting requirements as defined in ANSI/ISA-S84.01-1996, Application of Safety
Instrumented Systems for the Process Industries (hereafter referred to as S84).
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Safety
507 PCESS001 This Practice provides information to supplement Sections 5, 6, and 7 and Appendix B of S84
Systems regarding the specification and design of SIS. Installation, maintenance, and testing issues are
addressed only to the extent required for incorporation during SIS design. The information in this
Practice is presented in the form of additional examples and design considerations that should be
considered by SIS designers.

This Practice is not a standalone document and should be used in conjunction with S84. To facilitate 457 12/22/1999
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Safety
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508 PCESS001 cross-referencing, section numbers and titles in this Practice are followed by corresponding S84
Systems
section numbers enclosed in brackets ({ }).
Temperature Measurement Criteria 165 7/12/1999
Date: 07-99
The purpose of this Practice is to provide design criteria for the equipment selection, system design,
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and installation of temperature instrumentation.


509 Temperature PCCTE001
This Practice specifies requirements for design and installation of temperature measurement
instrumentation. Installation details are addressed in other Process Industry Practices (PIP)
documents.

Temperature Measurement Guidelines 94 7/12/1999


Date: 07-99
The purpose of this Practice is to provide engineering guidelines for the design of temperature
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measurement systems.
510 Temperature PCETE001
This Practice covers guidelines and background information for thermocouples, resistance
temperature detectors, thermowells, thermistors, pyrometers, filled thermal systems, bimetallic
thermometers, temperature transmitters, and receiver devices.

Temperature Measurement Fabrication Details 632 4/25/2000


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511 Temperature PCFTE000 Date: 04-00


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Weighing Systems Criteria 41 11/13/2002


Date: 11-02
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This Practice provides criteria for the equipment selection, system design, and installation of weight
Weighing measurement devices.This Practice specifies requirements for design and installation of static,
512 PCCWE001 continuous, and scale weighing systems. Static weighing systems use load cells or load beams to
Systems
measure weight. Continuous weighing systems and weighing scales are typically packaged units.
This Practice does not offer criteria for mechanical weight scales, hydraulic load cells, or pneumatic
load cell technology.
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Main Cat Std No Description Date n Rev Pdf kb Posted Doc kb Posted
Weighing Systems Guidelines 69 11/13/2002
Date: 11-02
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This Practice provides designers with guidelines for the application and selection of weight
Weighing measurement systems. This Practice provides guidelines to aid designers in the application,
513 PCEWE001 selection, and installation of equipment used to measure weight in an industrial application. These
Systems
guidelines include electronic methods of measuring weight in nonmechanical and hydraulic systems.
Specific design requirements are found in PCCWE001 - Weighing Systems Criteria.

Vessel/S&T Heat Exchanger Design Criteria, ASME Code Section VIII, Divisions 1 and 2 276 8/23/2000
Date: 08-00 (revised)
Note to Readers: This Practice contains design criteria for pressure vessels and shell-and-tube heat
exchangers. Corresponding subject matter for pressure vessels and shell-and-tube heat exchangers
is covered by paragraphs identically numbered. Paragraphs pertaining to pressure vessels are
ASME VIII, preceded by [V]. Paragraphs pertaining to shell-and-tube heat exchangers are preceded by [E].
Div. 1 & 2
Vessel

Paragraphs pertaining to both are preceded by [V/E]. In addition, ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel
514 (Vessel/S&T VECV1001 Code, Section VIII, Division 2 requirements are shown in braces { }.
Heat
Exchangers) This Practice should be used for pressure vessels built to Division 1 or Division 2 of the ASME Boiler
and Pressure Vessel Code, henceforth referred to as the Code. Shell-and-tube heat exchangers are
limited to Division 1 in this Practice.

[V] The primary focus of this Practice is to communicate vessel design criteria and methodology from 276 8/23/2000
the User to a Designer. This Practice is also intended as guidance for the development of purchase
specifications covering the construction of new pressure vessels which meet the philosophy and
ASME VIII, requirements of Section VIII, Division 1 {or 2} of the Code.
Div. 1 & 2
Vessel

515 (Vessel/S&T VECV1001 [E] The primary focus of this Practice is to communicate vessel design criteria and methodology from
Heat the User to a Designer. This Practice is also intended as guidance for the development of purchase
Exchangers) specifications covering the construction of new shell-and-tube heat exchangers which meet the
philosophy and requirements of Section VIII, Division 1 of the Code and TEMA Standards of the
Tubular Exchangers Manufacturers Association.

[V/E] This Practice must be used in conjunction with PIP VEDST003, PIP VEDV1003, PIP 276 8/23/2000
VEFV1100, and PIP VESV1002 in order to comprise a complete vessel purchase specification.

[V/E] Many recognized and generally accepted good engineering construction practices are included
herein. However, in light of the many diverse service applications of Code vessels, these practices
ASME VIII, must be employed with engineering judgment and supplemented as appropriate with requirements
Div. 1 & 2
Vessel

related to specific materials of construction, service fluids, operating environments, and vessel
516 (Vessel/S&T VECV1001 geometries. Accordingly, provisions of this Practice may be overridden or supplemented by an
Heat Overlay Specification.
Exchangers)
[V/E] Standardized pre-designed (off-the-shelf) vessels and heat exchangers are not within the scope
of this Practice but are covered in PIP VESSM001.
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Main Cat Std No Description Date n Rev Pdf kb Posted Doc kb Posted
Vessel Drawing/Data Sheet and Instructions 488 11/1/1999 233 3/26/2001
Date: 11-99 (revised) Editorial
The purpose of this Practice is to provide instruction and/or direction to designers for preparation of Revision
ASME VIII,
the Vessel Drawing/Data Sheet. The Vessel Drawing/Data Sheet, prepared in conjunction with PIP
Div. 1 & 2
Vessel

VECV1001, PIP VESV1002, and PIP VEFV1100, completes a specification suitable for obtaining
517 (Vessel/S&T VEDV1003
comprehensive bids and subsequent purchase of pressure vessels.
Heat
Exchangers)
This Practice identifies information to be placed on the PIP "Vessel Drawing/Data Sheet."

Vessel/S&T Heat Exchanger Standard Details 2934 6/11/1999


Date: 06-99 (revised)
This Practice includes all 27 standard details applicable to the fabrication and installation of vessels
ASME VIII,
and shell-and-tube heat exchangers plus an index of standard details titles. Each detail is also
Div. 1 & 2
Vessel

518 (Vessel/S&T VEFV1100


assigned a PIP document number (VEFV1101 through VEFV1127) for ease of reference. These
details are mandatory when referenced in other PIP Practices. Those not referenced may be used at
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the discretion of the Designer (when specified on the Data Sheet) or at the Manufacturer's option.
Exchangers)
The details cover the more common accessories attached to vessels and heat exchangers.

Vessel/S&T Heat Exchangers Miscellaneous Details 326 2/12/2002


Date: 06-00 with
This Practice includes three standard details (nameplate brackets, tolerances, and grounding lugs) updated
ASME VIII,
Div. 1 & 2 applicable to the fabrication and installation of vessels and shell-and-tube heat exchangers. Each boilerplate
Vessel

detail is also assigned a PIP document number (VEFV1101 through VEFV1103) for ease of page.
519 (Vessel/S&T VEFV2100
reference. These details are mandatory when referenced in other PIP Practices. Those not
Heat
referenced may be used at the discretion of the Designer (when specified on the Data Sheet) or at
Exchangers)
the Manufacturer's option. The details cover the more common accessories attached to vessels and
heat exchangers.

Vessel/S&T Heat Exchangers Vessels Supports Details 1501 2/12/2002


Date: 06-00 with
This Practice includes 14 standard details (vessels supports) applicable to the fabrication and updated
ASME VIII,
installation of vessels and shell-and-tube heat exchangers. Each detail is also assigned a PIP boilerplate
Div. 1 & 2
Vessel

document number (VEFV1104-1115, VEFV1120, VEFV1121) for ease of reference. These details are page.
520 (Vessel/S&T VEFV3100
mandatory when referenced in other PIP Practices. Those not referenced may be used at the
Heat
Exchangers) discretion of the Designer (when specified on the Data Sheet) or at the Manufacturer's option. The
details cover the more common accessories attached to vessels and heat exchangers.

Vessel/S&T Heat Exchangers Davits and Hinges Details 467 2/12/2002


Date: 06-00 with
ASME VIII, This Practice includes four standard details (davits and hinges) applicableto the fabrication and updated
Div. 1 & 2 installation of vessels and shell-and-tube heat exchangers. Each detail is also assigned a PIP boilerplate
Vessel

521 (Vessel/S&T VEFV4100 document number (VEFV1116 -VEFV1119) for ease of reference. These details are mandatory when page.
Heat referenced in other PIP Practices. Those not referenced may be used at the discretion of the
Exchangers) Designer (when specified on the Data Sheet) or at the Manufacturer's option. The details cover the
more common accessories attached to vessels and heat exchangers.
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Vessel/S&T Heat Exchangers Insulation Supports Details 387 2/12/2002
Date: 06-00 with
This Practice includes two standard details (insulation and fireproofing supports) applicable to the updated
ASME VIII,
fabrication and installation of vessels and shell-and-tube heat exchangers. Each detail is also boilerplate
Div. 1 & 2
Vessel

assigned a PIP document number (VEFV1122 and VEFV1123) for ease of reference. These details page.
522 (Vessel/S&T VEFV5100
are mandatory when referenced in other PIP Practices. Those not referenced may be used at the
Heat
discretion of the Designer (when specified on the Data Sheet) or at the Manufacturer's option. The
Exchangers)
details cover the more common accessories attached to vessels and heat exchangers.

Vessel/S&T Heat Exchangers Internals Details 97 2/12/2002


Date: 06-00 with
ASME VIII, This Practice includes two standard details (internals) applicable to the fabrication and installation of updated
Div. 1 & 2 vessels and shell-and-tube heat exchangers. Each detail is also assigned a PIP document number boilerplate
Vessel

523 (Vessel/S&T VEFV6100 (VEFV1124 and VEFV1125) for ease of reference. These details are mandatory when referenced in page.
Heat other PIP Practices. Those not referenced may be used at the discretion of the Designer (when
Exchangers) specified on the Data Sheet) or at the Manufacturer's option. The details cover the more common
accessories attached to vessels and heat exchangers.

Vessel/S&T Heat Exchangers Details 160 2/12/2002


Date: 06-00 with
ASME VIII, This Practice includes two standard details (heat exchangers) applicable to the fabrication and updated
Div. 1 & 2 installation of shell-and-tube heat exchangers. Each detail is also assigned a PIP document number boilerplate
Vessel

524 (Vessel/S&T VEFV7100 (VEFV1126 and VEFV1127) for ease of reference. These details are mandatory when referenced in page.
Heat other PIP Practices. Those not referenced may be used at the discretion of the Designer (when
Exchangers) specified on the Data Sheet) or at the Manufacturer's option. The details cover the more common
accessories attached to vessels and heat exchangers.

Vessel/S & T Heat Exchanger Fabrication Specification, ASME Code Section VIII, Divisions 1 and 2 183 12/14/1998
Date: 12-98
This Practice describes the general fabrication, examination, inspection, testing, and documentation
ASME VIII,
requirements for pressure vessels and shell-and-tube heat exchangers to be constructed in
Div. 1 & 2
Vessel

accordance with Section VIII, Division 1 {or 2} of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code,
525 (Vessel/S&T VESV1002
henceforth referred to as the Code. This Practice describes the additional requirements for shell-and-
Heat
tube heat exchangers to be constructed in accordance with TEMA Standards of the Tubular
Exchangers)
Exchanger Manufacturers Association.

(Continuation of VESV1002) This Practice is to be used in conjunction with design drawings or Data 183 12/14/1998
ASME VIII, Sheets, and for project-specific design criteria that may supersede the requirements of this Practice
Div. 1 & 2
Vessel

but not take exception to the requirements of the Code. Total compliance with the Code, including
526 (Vessel/S&T VESV1002 stamping, shall be a basic requirement of all vessels ordered to this Practice. Unless otherwise
Heat specified in the purchase order or the drawings, all "U-" {U2-} stamped vessels shall be National
Exchangers) Board (NB) registered.
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Vessels for Bulk Solids Data Sheet 40 2/12/2002 250 2/12/2002
Date: 07-01 with with
This Practice is the data sheet required to define options covered in PIP VESBI002, Design and updated updated
Specification of Vessels for Bulk Solids, and other specific requirements applicable to the particular boilerplate boilerplat
vessel under consideration for service (startup, normal operation, upset, shutdown), location, page. e page
Vessel

527 Bins & Silos VEDBI003 maintenance, etc. This data sheet contains sections titled "Engineering Requirements," Process Data
for Contained Product," Supplementary Data to be Provided by the Supplier," Materials," Summary of
References," "Engineering Notes," "Nozzle Schedule," and an area for a sketch of outlines of
equipment and dimensions that the manufacturer must hold.

Design and Specification of Vessels for Bulk Solids 291 2/12/2002


Date: 07-01 with
This Practice describes the materials, design, fabrication, inspection, testing, and documentation updated
requirements for the construction of atmospheric and low-pressure, welded, shop- and field- boilerplate
Vessel

fabricated dry bulk solids bins, hoppers, silos, and gravity blenders for various chemical facilities. page.
528 Bins & Silos VESBI002
These bulk solids bins, hoppers, silos, and blenders generally meet the philosophy and requirements
of Section VIII, Division 1, of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, henceforth referred to as
the Code; however, Code inspection and stamping are not required.

This Practice designates requirements for the design and construction of welded, cylindrical shell, 291 2/12/2002
single-wall vessels having internal design pressures not exceeding 15 psig and/or full vacuum with
Vessel

external pressure at the top of the vessel in its normal operating position. Data sheet PIP VEDBI003 updated
529 Bins & Silos VESBI002 is required to define options covered herein and other specific requirements applicable to the boilerplate
particular vessel under consideration for service (startup, normal operation, upset, shutdown), page.
location, maintenance, etc.

Fiberglass Tank and Vessel Selection, Design and Fabrication Specification ASME RTP-1 and 438 12/1/2000
Section X
Date: 03-99 (revised) 11-00 (Technical Correction)
This Practice describes the general materials selection, design, fabrication, testing, inspection, and
documentation requirements for fiberglass vessels and tanks to be constructed in accordance with
Vessel

ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section or ASME/ANSI RTP-1. Fabrication shall be by
530 Fiberglass VESFG001
ASME-accredited manufacturers. When the type of fiberglass fabrication is not covered by Section X
or RTP-1, the Purchaser should use this Practice for guidance. In addition, Sections 5 and 11 provide
guidance for the User or Designer in developing procurement specifications and installation practices
for this equipment. Sections 5 and 11 are not the responsibility of the Fabricator.

(Continuation of VESFG001) This Practice designates general requirements for the design and 438 12/1/2000
construction of aboveground fiberglass reinforced polyester, vinyl ester, and epoxy tanks and vessels
having internal or external pressure from full vacuum up to the limits of Section X. Shop- and field-
fabricated equipment, thermoplastic-lined equipment, and dual laminate equipment are covered in
Vessel

531 Fiberglass VESFG001 the scope of this Practice. Not covered are fiberglass hoods, ducts, stacks, pumps, fans, blowers,
piping, and fully buried tanks that are beyond the scope of the referenced standards. Furan and
phenolic resins, non-glass structural reinforcement, and metallic-lined fiberglass vessels are also
outside the scope of this Practice.
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Specification for Low-Pressure, Welded, Shop-Fabricated Vessels 92 3/15/1999
Date: 03-99
This Practice describes the general materials, design, fabrication, examination, inspection, testing,
Vessel

532 Low Pressure VESLP001 and documentation requirements for the construction of low-pressure, welded, shop-fabricated
vessels that generally meet the philosophy and requirements of Section VIII, Division 1 of the ASME
Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, henceforth referred to as the Code. However, Code inspection and
stamping are not required.

Specification for Small Vessels and Heat Exchangers with Limited Design Conditions 49 3/2/1999
Date: 03-99
Small Vessel This Practice describes the general materials, design, fabrication, examination, inspection, testing,
Vessel

533 & Heat VESSM001 and documentation requirements for pressure vessels with limited design conditions. This Practice
Exchangers designates minimum general requirements for the construction of three classes of small pressure
vessels (including heat exchangers) with the limited design conditions shown in Table 1. See Section
5.3 for material of construction limitations.

This Practice is intended to apply to the Manufacturer’s standard, pre-designed pressure vessels and 49 3/2/1999
heat exchangers supplied as part of pre-engineered package units (e.g., refrigeration and air-
Small Vessel
Vessel

compressor systems), "off-the-shelf" items and vessels (e.g., filters) built from the Manufacturer’s
534 & Heat VESSM001 standard parts. Use of this Practice for custom-designed vessels is limited to applications that have
Exchangers been reviewed and approved in writing by the Purchaser. Special requirements are covered in the
Vessel Specifications (see Section 3 for definition).

Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Specification Sheet 139 6/1/1999


Date: 06-99
The purpose of this Practice is to provide instruction and/or direction to designers for preparation of
Shell & Tube the Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Specification Sheet (hereafter referred to as the Specification
Vessel

535 Heat VEDST003 Sheet). The Specification Sheet, prepared in conjunction with PIP VECV1001 and PIP VESV1002,
Exchangers completes a specification suitable for obtaining comprehensive bids and subsequent purchase of
shell and tube heat exchangers. Note that PIP VEDV1003, Vessel Drawing/Data Sheet and
Instructions, does not apply to shell and tube heat exchangers.

Tank Selection Guide 93 2/12/2002


Date: 05-01 with
This Practice provides information to assist engineers in the selection and specification of updated
aboveground storage tanks. boilerplate
page.
This Practice covers storage of liquid products at design pressures from atmospheric to 15 psig for
Vessel

536 Tanks VECTA001 refineries, chemical plants, pipeline locations, marketing and distribution terminals, and production
facilities. It provides guidance in avoiding recurring problems and indicates preferred practices where
appropriate. Although intended primarily for carbon steel tanks, most of the factors discussed are
applicable regardless of the material of construction.

Requirements for specifying and supplying API 650 tanks are defined in PIP VESTA002.
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Atmospheric Storage Tank Data Sheet and Instructions (in Accordance with API Standard 650) 151 6/24/2002 465 6/24/2002
Date: 06-00 06-02 (Editorial Revision)
This Practice provides guidance to Purchasers (owners, engineering contractors, and other
designated agents) and Manufacturers (fabricators and erectors) for the preparation and completion
of the Atmospheric Storage Tank Data Sheet (hereafter referred to as the Data Sheet). The Data
Sheet shall be prepared in conjunction with PIP VESTA002 such that comprehensive proposals
Vessel

(bids) may be made and subsequent purchase orders may be placed for the fabrication and erection
537 Tanks VEDTA003 of tanks per API Standard 650 (hereafter referred to as API 650).

This Practice explains information to be placed on the Data Sheet primarily by Purchasers for use by
Manufacturers. However, some of the instructions apply to either the Purchaser or the Manufacturer,
depending on which party assumes certain responsibilities.

Atmospheric Storage Tank Specification (In Accordance with API Standard 650) 129 6/19/2000
Date: 06-00
Aboveground, atmospheric storage tanks shall be constructed per this Practice, PIP VEDTA003,
Atmospheric Storage Tank Data Sheet and Instructions (in Accordance with API Standard 650), and
API Standard 650 (hereafter referred to as API 650). The data sheet portion of PIP VEDTA003 will
hereafter be referred to as the Data Sheet.
Vessel

538 Tanks VESTA002 A. This Practice establishes minimum construction requirements for the materials, design, fabrication,
erection (if applicable), inspection, and testing of aboveground, non-refrigerated storage tanks
fabricated of carbon steel or austenitic stainless steel. When neither API 650 nor this Practice
addresses material requirements for miscellaneous items and appurtenances, the Purchaser and/or
the Manufacturer shall supply additional material requirements within a supplement to the Data
Sheet.

(Continuation 1 from VESTA002) Design internal pressures of 2.5 psig or less (see API 650, 129 6/19/2000
Appendix F) and design temperature of up to 500F (see API 650, Appendix M) are permissible under
this Practice.

B. In addition to this Practice, all tanks and appurtenances shall comply with the Data Sheet and all
attachments thereto.
Vessel

539 Tanks VESTA002


C. This Practice shall supplement, but not supersede, API 650 and any applicable jurisdictional
requirements. Pressure boundary materials other than those listed or otherwise permitted in API 650
may be specified at the discretion and the responsibility of the Purchaser. In such case, the marking
and certification of API 650 shall not be applied by the Manufacturer.
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(Continuation 2 from VESTA002) D. This Practice generally parallels the order of API 650, Tenth 129 6/19/2000
Edition, to the subsection level. For example, roofs are the subject matter of Sections 3.10 in both
API 650 and this Practice. Occasionally, this parallelism descends to an additional level.
Vessel

540 Tanks VESTA002


E. Field-erected tanks shall be furnished completely erected, tested, and ready to place into service,
unless specified otherwise.

F. Shop-fabricated tanks shall be furnished-tested and ready for installation.


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Piping and Instrumentation Diagram Documentation Criteria 11-98 1582 11/1/1998
This Practice provides criteria for the development of Piping and Instrumentation
Diagrams (P&IDs). It addresses the format and content shown on a P&ID. The Practice
is independent of time in a facility life cycle and encompasses design, construction,
operations and maintenance. This Practice covers the generation of new P&IDs and
does not apply to the revision of existing P&IDs. It also applies to P&IDs provided by
packaged equipment vendors.
P&ID

PIC001
A P&ID is a detailed graphical representation of a process including the hardware and
software (e.g., piping, equipment, instrumentation) necessary to design, construct and
operate the facility. Common synonyms for P&IDs include EFDs (Engineering Flow
Diagrams), UFDs (Utility Flow Diagrams) and MFDs (Mechanical Flow Diagrams). This
Practice applies to all diagrams that fit the definition of a P&ID.

The criteria presented in this Practice can be applied to whichever CAD system is
employed for developing the P&IDs and are not vendor, hardware or software specific.

PIC001
The example P&IDs included in the Appendices are not intended to recommend specific
design details or requirements. Example P&IDs are included to provide an illustration of
how the elements of the recommended Practice are combined into a P&ID.
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Auxiliary Power Auxiliary Power Auxiliary Power Auxiliary Power Auxiliary Power Auxiliary Power Battery Chargers for Station Batteries 02-00 43 2/29/2000
This Practice provides the requirements including design, installation, inspection, testing,
Electrical

shipment, and documentation for the purchase of battery chargers for application in
ELSAP01 process industries.

This Practice and

Data Sheet for Battery Chargers for Station Batteries 02-00 21 2/29/2000 131 6/1/2000
Electrical

ELSAP01D

Design and Fabrication of Ferroresonant Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) 06-02 127 6/24/2002
This Practice provides a specification for purchase of a complete single-phase,
Electrical

continuous duty, solid-state, on-line, ferroresonant uninterruptible power supply (UPS)


ELSAP03
system for t

This is other part of the ELSAP 03: The buyer will provide specific requirements for the
UPS system configuration. The system configuration shall be described by a written
Electrical

system description and a system one-line diagram (One-Line). The appendices of thi
ELSAP03

Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of Ferroresonant Uninterruptible Power Supply 06-02 33 6/24/2002
(UPS)
Electrical

ELSAP03D

Pulse-Width-Modulated (PWM) Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System 10-01 97 10/8/2001


This Practice provides the requirements—including design, installation, inspection,
Electrical

testing, shipment, and documentation—for the purchase of a complete on-line, pulse-


ELSAP04
width-modulated (P
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Auxiliary Power Auxiliary Power Auxiliary Power Auxiliary Power Auxiliary Power Data Sheet for Pulse-Width-Modulated (PWM) Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) 10-01 28 10/8/2001
System
Electrical

This data sheet provides the requirements for a complete on-line, PWM-type UPS
ELSAP04D
system, as discussed in PIP ELSAP04 - Pulse-Width-Modulated (PWM) Uninterruptible
Power Sup

Design and Fabrication of Flooded-Cell Lead-Acid Batteries for Electrical Stations 04-01 45 6/4/2001
This Practice provides the requirements for the purchase of vented lead-acid batteries (revised) Editorial
Electrical

including design, inspection, testing, shipment, and documentation for application in Revision
ELSAP11

Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of Flooded-Cell Lead-Acid Batteries for Electrical 11-99 35 12/15/1999 106 6/1/2000
Stations
Electrical

ELSAP11D

Design and Fabrication of Flooded-Cell Lead-Acid Batteries for Uninterruptible Power 07-02 252 7/15/2002
Supplies (UPS) Editorial
Electrical

This Practice and Data Sheet (ELSAP15D) provides the requirements for the purchase of Revision
ELSAP15
vented, “flooded-cell,” lead-acid batteries including design, inspect

Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of Flooded-Cell Lead-Acid Batteries for 07-02 209 7/15/2002
Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)
Electrical

ELSAP15D

Design and Fabrication of Metal-Enclosed Nonsegregated-Phase Bus Duct Assemblies 10-95 53 12/19/1995
Electrical

Bus Duct

The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase including design,
ELSBD01 fabrication, and testing of a metal enclosed Bus Duct for application in continuous

Data Sheet For Design and Fabrication of Metal-Enclosed Nonsegregated-Phase Bus 44 12/19/1995 161 6/1/2000
Electrical

Bus Duct

ELSBD01D Duct Assemblies


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Field Test Field Inspection and Testing of New Electrical Equipment 03-01 84 3/19/2001
Electrical

This Practice provides the minimum requirements for field inspection and testing of new
ELTFT01 electrical equipment and facilities installed in a process industry application.

This Practice covers inspec


This is the other part of ELTFT 01: Some inspections and tests may require an
Field Test Field Test
Electrical Electrical Electrical Electrical

independent testing organization or an equipment manufacturer's representative. It is


ELTFT01
outside the scope of this Practice to define which tests require a third party or to desig

Field Inspection and Testing of New Electrical Equipment Data Sheet (Revised) 03-01 09-02 192 9/3/2002
ELTFT01D
(Technical
Correction)

Electrical Design Criteria 11-02 81 11/17/2002


General

This Practice defines general requirements and the basis for the design of the electrical
ELCGL01
system for a process industry facility. This Practice is limited to the definition of general
design requirements for electrical systems.
Data Sheet for Electrical Design Criteria 11-02 59 11/17/2002
Grounding Sys Grounding Sys Grounding Sys General

ELCGL01D

Grounding Installation Details 01-02 4670 1/22/2002


This Practice provides the typical information needed for construction of grounding
Electrical

ELIGD000
systems in chemical and refining facilities. The bonding and grounding design and
installation shall be in accordance with the National Elec

Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Wye System, 600 Volts 10-95 59 10/1/1995
or Below)
Electrical

ELSGS01
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase, including design,
fabrication, and testing, of a high resistance grounding system for appl

Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Wye 10-95 32 10/1/1995 108 6/1/2000
System, 600 Volts or Below)
Electrical

ELSGS01D
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Grounding Sys Grounding Sys Grounding Sys Grounding Sys Grounding Sys Grounding Sys Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Delta System 600 Volts 05-97 56 5/1/1997
or Below)
Electrical

ELSGS02
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase, including design,
fabrication and testing, of a high resistance grounding system for appl

Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Delta 05-97 32 5/1/1997 113 6/1/2000
System, 600 Volts or Below)
Electrical

ELSGS02D

Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Wye System, 2400 Volts) 12-98 52 12/1/1998
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase, including design, (revised)
Electrical

ELSGS03
fabrication, and testing, of a high resistance grounding system for application

Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Wye 05-97 32 5/1/1997 123 6/1/2000
System, 2400 Volts)
Electrical

ELSGS03D

Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Delta System, 2400 12-98 328 12/1/1998
Volts) (revised)
Electrical

ELSGS04
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase, including design,
fabrication, and testing, of a high resistance grounding system for applicatio

Data Sheet For Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Delta 05-97 32 5/1/1997 124 6/1/2000
System, 2400 Volts)
Electrical

ELSGS04D
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Grounding Sys Grounding Sys Grounding Sys Grounding Sys Grounding Sys Grounding Sys Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Wye System, 4160 Volts) 12-98 69 12/1/1998
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase, including design, (revised)
Electrical

ELSGS05
fabrication and testing, of a high resistance grounding system for application i

Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Wye 05-97 31 5/1/1997 121 6/1/2000
System, 4160 Volts)
Electrical

ELSGS05D

Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Delta System, 4160 12-98 68 12/1/1998
Volts) (revised)
Electrical

ELSGS06
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase, including design,
fabrication and testing, of a high resistance grounding system for application

Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of High Resistance Grounding System (Delta 05-97 31 5/1/1997 123 6/1/2000
System, 4160 Volts)
Electrical

ELSGS06D

Design and Fabrication of Low Resistance Neutral Grounding Resistor 2.4 to 15 kV 07-97 34 7/1/1997
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase, including design,
Electrical

ELSGS11
fabrication and testing of a neutral grounding resistor for application in a contin

Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of Low Resistance Neutral Grounding Resistor 07-97 32 7/1/1997 123 6/1/2000
2.4 to 15 kV
Electrical

ELSGS11D
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Motor Control Motor Control Motor Control Motor Control Motor Control Hazardous Areas Hazardous Areas Engineering Guide for Determining Electrical Area Classification 08-02 512 8/26/2002
This Process Industry Practice (Practice) provides a work process for applying industry
Electrical

codes and standards to determine electrical area classification.


ELEHA01
This Practice provides an engineeri

This Practice applies to petroleum and chemical process facilities and other related
industries that fall within the scope of the standards being used for the assessment of the
Electrical

area classification.
ELEHA01
This Practice is not a stand-alone document for determi

Design and Fabrication of Medium Voltage Motor Control Centers 01-00 61 7/15/2002
Electrical

This Practice covers the general requirements for design, materials fabrication, (reposted)
ELSMC11 inspection, testing, and shipping of medium-voltage motor control centers and also
covers requirements for the

Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of Medium Voltage Motor Control Centers 01-00 34 1/12/2001
Electrical

ELSMC11D

Low-Voltage Fused Switch Motor Control Centers 03-00 60 3/28/2000


Electrical

This Practice provides the requirements for design, fabrication, testing, and handling of
ELSMC12 low-voltage motor control centers using fused switches that will be installed in chemical
plants and petroleum facilit

Data Sheet for Low-Voltage Fused Switch Motor Control Centers 03-00 27 3/28/2000 219 6/1/2000
Electrical

ELSMC12D

Low-Voltage Circuit Breaker Motor Control Centers 03-00 60 3/29/2000


Electrical

This Practice provides the requirements for design, fabrication, testing, and handling of
ELSMC13 low-voltage motor control centers using circuit breakers and motor protection devices
that will be installed in che
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Motor Control Motor Control Motor Control Motor Control Data Sheet for Low-Voltage Circuit Breaker Motor Control Centers 03-00 26 3/29/2000 206 6/1/2000
Electrical

ELSMC13D

Specification For Procurement of Low Voltage AC Adjustable Speed Drive 11-99 52 12/16/1999
Electrical

The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase (including design,
ELSMC20 fabrication, inspection, testing and shipment) of low voltage (up to 600 volt) AC, 3 phase
in

This Practice is for the procurement of only one component of a system and does not
Electrical

include requirements for the overall system design. Factors such as harmonics, fault
ELSMC20 levels, torsional analysis, transformer design, motor design, voltage drop, etc., also

Data Sheet For Specification For Procurement of Low Voltage AC Adjustable Speed 11-99 39 12/16/1999 200 6/1/2000
Electrical

Drive
ELSMC20D

Motor Installation Details (125 Details & Index) 10-96 13688 10/1/1996
Electrical Electrical Electrical Electrical

Motors

This Practice contains approximately 125 installation details and bill of material lists for
ELIMT000
600-volt motor and control stations. (These are 23 files with different sizes, total =
13.688MB).
Motor Installation Details - Nameplate 10-96 80 10/1/1996
Motors

ELIMTN00 This Practice contains a detail and bill of material list for nameplate installation on
motors.

Motor Installation Details - Stand 10-96 59 10/1/1996


Motors

ELIMTS00 This Practice is a single drawing of a 2-inch pipe stand and bill of material for motor
installation.

Motor Installation Details - Terminal Box 10-96 78 10/1/1996


Motors

ELIMTT00 This Practice contains motor-wiring termination details and bill of materials list for 600-
volt motors.
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AC Squirrel Cage Induction Motors (200 HP and Below up to 600 Volts) 09-97 38 9/1/1997
Electrical

The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase and testing of
Motors

ELSMT01 motors for use in continuous process industry.

This Practice provides minimum design, constructio


Data Sheet for AC Squirrel Cage Induction Motors (200 HP and Below up to 600 Volts) 09-97 36 7/1/1997 126 6/1/2000
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Motors

ELSMT01D

General Purpose Application of API 541 "Form-Wound Squirrel-Cage Induction Motors 03-99 59 3/23/1999
Motors

250 Horsepower and Larger"


ELSMT02
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase (including design,
fabrication, inspection, testing, and shipment) of squi
Data Sheet For General Purpose Application of API 541 "Form-Wound Squirrel-Cage 03-99 67 3/23/1999 350 7/1/2000
Motors

ELSMT02D Induction Motors 250 Horsepower and Larger"

Special Purpose Application of API 541 "Form-Wound Squirrel-Cage Induction Motors 02-00 61 3/2/2000
Motors

250 Horsepower and Larger"


ELSMT03
The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase (including design,
fabrication, inspection, testing, and shipment) of squi
Data Sheet For Special Purpose Application of API 541 "Form-Wound Squirrel-Cage 02-00 37 3/2/2000 349 7/1/2000
Motors

ELSMT03D Induction Motors 250 Horsepower and Larger"

Electrical Requirements for Packaged Equipment 08-00 71 9/6/2000


Packaged Sys Packaged Sys

The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for purchase, including design,
Electrical

ELSPS01
fabrication, testing, shipment, and documentation of all electrical devices and electrical
systems furnished as compo

Data Sheet for Electrical Requirements for Packaged Equipment 08-00 28 9/6/2000
Electrical

ELSPS01D
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Switchgear Switchgear Switchgear Switchgear Switchgear Switchgear Switchgear Packaged Sys Electrical Requirements for Packaged Equipment - Preferred Vendors and Components 08-00 22 9/6/2000
Electrical

ELSPS01V

Design and Fabrication of Low Voltage Metal Enclosed AC Power Circuit Breaker 09-97 63 9/1/1997
Electrical

Switchgear
ELSSG01
This Practice covers the requirements for design, fabrication, testing and handling of
metal-enclosed, low voltage AC power circuit breaker switchgear assemblies for
Data Sheet for Design and Fabrication of Low Voltage Metal Enclosed AC Power Circuit 11-98 38 12/2/1998 261 6/1/2000
Electrical

Breaker Switchgear (revised)


ELSSG01D

Medium-Voltage Metal-Clad Switchgear from 2.4 kV to 34.5 kV 01-00 86 2/8/2000


Electrical

This Practice is intended to harmonize various process industry practices for purchase,
ELSSG02
including design, fabrication, inspection, testing, shipment, and documentation, for metal-
clad switchgear
Data Sheet for Medium-Voltage Metal- Clad Switchgear from 2.4 kV to 34.5 kV 01-00 42 2/8/2000 197 6/1/2000
Electrical

ELSSG02D

Design and Fabrication of Electrical Power Center 04-97 74 4/1/1997


Electrical

This Practice covers the general requirements for the design, materials fabrication,
ELSSG11
inspection, testing and shipping of Power Centers for enclosing and housing electrical
equipment for installation in che
This is part of the ELSSG 11: The specific requirements of electrical equipment installed
Electrical

within the Power Center (such as switchgear, motor control centers, etc.) will be covered
ELSSG11
by separate specifications. Any failure by the Seller to take exception to

Data Sheet For Design and Fabrication of Electrical Power Center 04-97 32 4/1/1997 143 6/1/2000
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ELSSG11D
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Wire & Cable Wire & Cable Wire & Cable Transformers Transformers Switchgear Switchgear Design and Fabrication of Outdoor Enclosures For Motor Controllers and Switchgear 01-00 43 2/8/2000
Electrical

The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for the design and fabrication of
ELSSG12 outdoor enclosures that are provided as an integral part of enclosed equipment.

Data Sheet For Design and Fabrication of Outdoor Enclosures For Motor Controllers and 01-00 37 2/8/2000 107 6/1/2000
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Switchgear
ELSSG12D

Design and Manufacture of Liquid- Immersed Power Transformers of 500 kVA through 09-97 83 9/1/1997
Electrical

10,000 kVA up to 34.5 kV High Voltage Winding


ELSTR01 The purpose of this Practice is to provide design engineers with a practice for design and
manufacture of two winding liquid-imm

Data Sheet For Design and Manufacture of Liquid-Immersed Power Transformers of 500 09-97 35 9/1/1997 183 6/1/2000
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kVA through 10,000 kVA up to 34.5 kV High Voltage Winding


ELSTR01D

Medium Voltage Cable - XLPE 05-98 40 5/1/1998


Electrical

The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for the purchase of 5 kV to 35


ELSWC01 kV rated power cable for use in a petrochemical facility.

This Practice defines the minimum technical requirements for design, material
Data Sheet for Medium Voltage Cable - XLPE 05-98 20 5/1/1998 128 6/1/2000
Electrical

ELSWC01D

Medium Voltage Power Cable - EPR 05-98 40 5/1/1998


Electrical

The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for the purchase of 5 kV to 35


ELSWC02 kV rated power cable for use in a petrochemical facility.

This Practice defines the minimum technical requirements for design, mat
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Wire & Cable Wire & Cable Wire & Cable Wire & Cable Wire & Cable Data Sheet for Medium Voltage Power Cable -EPR 05-98 19 5/1/1998 125 6/1/2000
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ELSWC02D

600 Volt Power and Control Cable 03-99 34 3/15/1999


Electrical

The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for the purchase of 600 volt
ELSWC03 rated power and control Tray Cable (Type TC) and Metal-Clad (Type MC) cable for use in
a process facility. This Practice defines the m

Data Sheet for 600 Volt Power and Control Cable 03-99 35 3/15/1999 104 6/1/2000
Electrical

ELSWC03D

300 Volt Instrumentation Tray Cable 03-99 34 3/9/1999


Electrical

The purpose of this Practice is to provide a specification for the purchase of 300 volt
ELSWC05 rated Instrumentation Tray Cable (Type ITC) for use in a process facility.

This Practice defines the minimum technical requiremen


Data Sheet for 300 Volt Instrumentation Tray Cable 03-99 36 3/9/1999 104 6/1/2000
Electrical

ELSWC05D