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Piping
PNFJ8000

Jacketed Piping Fabrication and Installation Details

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This Practice describes the requirements for the design, material selection, fabrication, installation, inspection, and testing of jacketed piping systems. This practice is not a substitute for competent engineering analysis and design based on specific requirements of each project. Engineering should work with an experienced jacketed piping vendor to validate proposed system design and fabrication details.

June 2024
Complete Revision
Piping
PNC00002

Abbreviated Piping Terms and Acronyms

Abstract ↓

This Practice provides a system for engineers to identify abbreviated piping terms and acronyms used in PIP piping Practices. This Practice establishes the definitions and interpretations for all piping-related abbreviations and acronyms used in piping Practices. Abbreviations for technical societies, codes, standards, etc., are not included.

June 2024
Technical Revision
Pipeline Systems
PLSC0018

Requirements for Welder Qualifications in Accordance with API 1104

Abstract ↓

This Practice provides minimum requirements for qualifying welders in accordance with API 1104. Welder qualification tests are given to determine the ability of the welder to make sound welds using qualified weld procedures (WPS). For welder qualification requirements in accordance with ASME Section IX, see PIP PLSC0017.

May 2024
Technical Revision
Pipeline Systems
PLX01CS1S01

Pipeline Systems ASME B31.8 Material Specification 1CS1S01, Class 150, Carbon Steel, 0.0625” (1/16”) C.A., Sour*, Design Factor = 0.6

Abstract ↓

NA

May 2024
Complete Revision
Pipeline Systems
PLX03CS1S01

Pipeline Systems ASME B31.8 Material Specification 3CS1S01, Class 300, Carbon Steel, 0.0625” (1/16”) C.A., Sour*, Design Factor = 0.6

Abstract ↓

NA

May 2024
Complete Revision
Pipeline Systems
PLX06CS1S01

Pipeline Systems ASME B31.8 Material Specification 6CS1S01, Class 600, Carbon Steel, 0.063” (1/16”) C.A., Sour*, Design Factor = 0.6

Abstract ↓

NA

May 2024
Complete Revision
Pipeline Systems
PLX09CS1S01

Pipeline Systems ASME B31.8 Material Specification 9CS1S01, Class 900, Carbon Steel, 0.063” (1/16”) C.A., Sour*, Design Factor = 0.6

Abstract ↓

NA

May 2024
Complete Revision
Pipeline Systems
PLX15CS1S01

Pipeline Systems ASME B31.8 Material Specification 15CS1S01, Class 1500, Carbon Steel, 0.063” (1/16”) C.A., Sour*, Design Factor = 0.6

Abstract ↓

NA

May 2024
Complete Revision
Hygienic Process
PH000BK0U01

Piping Material Specification 000BK0U01 Copper Tubing, C.A.-None, Nonflammable Medical Gas Systems, Mill ID Finish, Mill OD Finish, PTFE Seals/Seats, Brazed Joint Construction

Abstract ↓

Not applicable

May 2024
Complete Revision
Hygienic Process
PHXP0PK0H01

Hygienic Process for Food/Beverage/Consumer & CGMP Products Material Specification XP0PK0H01 High Purity PVDF Pipe,C.A. – None, Butt Fusion Welded, SFP1ID Finish ≤ 10″, SFP2ID Finish ≥ 12″, PTFE Seals/Seats

Abstract ↓

Not applicable

May 2024
Complete Revision
Electrical
ELSSG04

Automatic Transfer Systems for Secondary Selective Substations

Abstract ↓

This Practice describes minimum requirements for design, performance, inspection, testing, and documentation of automatic delayed transfer systems (ATS) for two-source secondary selective substations, typically known as Main-Tie-Main transfer scheme. ATS provides automatic restoration of bus voltage upon loss of one of the sources. This Practice also covers remote monitoring and control requirements. This Practice does not cover fast bus transfer or delayed in-phase transfer systems.

May 2024
Complete Revision
Hygienic Process
PHCM0004

Hygienic Process Valve Tag Number Designator System

Abstract ↓

This Practice provides the arrangement of PIP valve tag number designations for manually operated valves in hygienic service and requirements for each field within a designation. Designation requirements are provided for both PIP-developed and purchaser-developed valve tag numbers.

May 2024
Technical Revision
Vessel
VEFV1100

Vessel/Shell & Tube Heat Exchanger Standard Details (U.S. Customary Units)

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This Practice provides fabrication and installation details and dimensional tolerances for the design of supports and other attachments for vessels, heat exchangers and solids products containers.

May 2024
Complete Revision
Vessel
VEFV1100M

Vessel/Shell & Tube Heat Exchanger Standard Details (Metric Units)

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This Practice provides fabrication and installation details and dimensional tolerances for the design of supports and other attachments for vessels, heat exchangers and solids products containers. Dimensions are conversion of the PIP VESV1100 dimensions using the conversion guidelines of ASME Section VIII, Appendix GG.

May 2024
Complete Revision
Electrical
ELSPF01

Medium-Voltage Metal-Enclosed Power Factor Correction Capacitor Specification from 2.4 kV to 35 kV

Abstract ↓

This Practice provides minimum requirements for design, fabrication, inspection, testing, shipment, and documentation, for metal-enclosed power factor correction capacitors, from 2.4 kV to 35 kV, containing lightning/surge arrestor, transient inrush or tuning reactors, vacuum circuit breaker, capacitor, capacitor protection, insulated buses, and control for indoor/outdoor installation in unclassified areas. This Practice covers fixed, manual, and automatic switched capacitor banks.

May 2024
Technical Revision
Pipeline Systems
PLSMV005

Carbon Steel Check Valve Descriptions

Abstract ↓

This Practice provides requirements for suppliers providing carbon steel check valves included in PIP Pipeline Systems Material Specifications (PMSs).

May 2024
Technical Correction
Pipeline Systems
PLSMV008

Carbon Steel Plug Valve Descriptions

Abstract ↓

This Practice provides requirements for suppliers providing carbon steel plug valves included in PIP Pipeline Systems Material Specifications (PMSs).

May 2024
Technical Correction
Piping
PNSMV024

Stainless Steel Globe Valve Descriptions

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This Practice provides the detailed purchase descriptions for stainless steel globe valve tag numbers included in PIP Piping Material Specifications (PMSs) and used along with PIP PNSM0110 for the procurement of valves. This Practice also provides a cross reference for stainless steel globe valve tag numbers to applicable PIP PMSs.

May 2024
Complete Revision
Piping
PNSMV053

Nickel and Nickel Alloy Gate Valve Descriptions

Abstract ↓

This Practice provides requirements for suppliers providing nickel and nickel alloy gate valves included in PIP Piping Material Specifications (PMSs). This Practice provides the detailed purchase descriptions for nickel and nickel alloy gate valve tag numbers included in PIP PMSs and used along with PIP PNSM0110 for the procurement of valves. This Practice also provides a cross reference for nickel and nickel alloy gate valve tag numbers to applicable PIP PMSs.

May 2024
Complete Revision
Hygienic Process
PHSMV035

Hygienic for Food/Beverage/Consumer & CGMP Products Bronze Check Valve Descriptions

Abstract ↓

This Practice provides requirements for suppliers providing hygienic bronze check valves included in PIP Piping Line Class Material Specifications.

May 2024
Reaffirmation

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