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Piping
PNSMV013

Low and Intermediate Alloy Steel Gate Valve Descriptions

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This Practice provides the detailed purchase descriptions for low and intermediate alloy steel gate 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 low and intermediate alloy steel gate valve tag numbers to applicable PIP Piping Material Specifications.

March 2024
Complete Revision
Piping
PNSMV014

Low and Intermediate Alloy Steel Globe Valve Descriptions

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This Practice provides the detailed purchase descriptions for intermediate alloy 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 intermediate alloy steel globe valve tag numbers to applicable PIP PMSs.

March 2024
Complete Revision
Piping
PNSMV054

Nickel and Nickel Alloy Globe Valve Descriptions

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This Practice provides the detailed purchase descriptions for nickel and nickel alloy 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 nickel and nickel alloy globe valve tag numbers to applicable PIP PMSs.

March 2024
Complete Revision
Process Control
PCCPR001

Pressure Measurement Design Criteria

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This Practice provides requirements criteria for pressure measurement equipment selection and for design of pressure measurement systems. This Practice describes the design requirements for pressure and differential pressure measurement systems excluding DP level and flow measurements.

March 2024
Technical Revision
Process Control
PCDPK001

Packaged Equipment Instrumentation Documentation Requirements Sheet and Instructions

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This Practice provides the purchaser with the method for preparing PIP PCDPK001-R, Packaged Equipment Instrumentation Documentation Requirements Sheet. Packaged equipment suppliers should also become familiar with the symbology used. This Practice contains key information about the requirements of the owner, which are important to clearly communicate to the Packaged System Supplier. The documentation requirements sheet is to be completed by the designer with owner input, review, and approval. This documentation requirements sheet is to be used in conjunction with PIP PCSPK001 and PIP PCTPK001.

March 2024
Technical Revision
Process Control
PCEPA002

Process Analyzer Project Implementation Guidelines

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This Practice provides guidelines for the design, specification, purchasing, and installation of process analyzer systems. This requires knowledge, integration, and management of multi-disciplinary engineering skills and resources that may bridge several different organizations. This Practice can be used to assist in assessment and definition of roles and responsibilities for those tasks required for a given project.

March 2024
Technical Revision
Process Control
PCTPK001

Packaged Equipment Instrumentation Inspection and Testing Requirements Sheet

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Packaged Equipment Instrumentation Inspection and Testing Requirements Sheet

March 2024
Technical Revision
Refractory
RFSF2000

Ceramic Fiber Refractory Installation Specification

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This Practice provides procedures for installing ceramic fiber refractory linings in fired heaters and other process equipment. Installation includes steel surface preparation and coating, ceramic fiber installation, and repair of ceramic fiber linings. Ceramic fiber refractories in this Practice include a. Alkaline earth silicate fiber, b. Refractory ceramic fiber, and c. Polycrystalline wool. This Practice does not include installation procedures for mineral wool, fiberglass, or other non-refractory fiber insulation materials.

March 2024
Technical Revision
Vessel
VESIN001

Design and Fabrication Specification for Pressure Vessel Internals

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This Practice provides the mechanical design, fabrication, examination, inspection, and documentation requirements for pressure vessel process trays, tower structured packing, tower random packing, distributors, and related components welded to the pressure boundary.

March 2024
Reaffirmation
Hygienic Process
PHDVEV001

Documentation Requirements for Hygienic Stainless Steel and Nickel Alloy Vessels ASME Code Section VIII, Divisions 1 and 2

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This Practice provides data forms and the associated instructions for specifying requirements for Stainless Steel and Nickel Alloy pressure vessels for hygienic service constructed in accordance with ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section VIII, Division 1 or Division 2, henceforth referred to as the Code. Requirements that are specific to Code, Section VIII, Division 2 are shown in braces . This Practice is used with PIP VECV1001, PIP VEDV1003 (when required), and PIP VESV1002 to specify information necessary for the manufacturer to design and fabricate a pressure vessel. Polymer and Glass lined vessels are not covered in this scope.

March 2024
New Practice
Electrical
ELSSG03

Design and Fabrication of Medium Voltage Metal-Enclosed Load Interrupter Switchgear

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This Practice describes the requirements for design, fabrication, inspection, testing, and shipment of air insulated medium voltage metal-enclosed load interrupter switchgear for installation in non-classified areas. This Practice covers assemblies for medium voltage load interrupter switch application for nominal 2.4 kV to 38 kV, 60 Hertz systems. Power circuit breakers are excluded from this Practice.

March 2024
Complete Revision
Piping
PNSM0110

Purchasing Requirements for Piping and Pipeline Valves

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This Practice describes the minimum requirements for the procurement of valves.

March 2024
Technical Revision
Piping
PN01CA1S01

Piping Material Specification 1CA1S01 Class 150, Impact Tested Carbon Steel, Socket Weld, 0.063″ C.A., Process

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Not applicable

March 2024
Technical Correction
Piping
PN03CA1S01

Piping Material Specification 3CA1S01 Class 300, Impact Tested Carbon Steel, Socket Weld, 0.063″ C.A., Process

Abstract ↓

Not applicable

March 2024
Technical Correction
Piping
PN06CA1S01

Piping Material Specification 6CA1S01 Class 600, Impact Tested Carbon Steel, Socket Weld, 0.063″ C.A., Process

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Not applicable

March 2024
Technical Correction
Pipeline Systems
PLSMV006

Carbon Steel Ball Valve Descriptions

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

March 2024
Complete Revision
Coatings
CTSE3000

Guideline for Development of Coating Maintenance and Repair Programs

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This Practice provides guidance for the development of programs for the maintenance, repair, and rehabilitation of existing protective coating systems. This practice does not address field touch-up and repair for new construction.

March 2024
New Practice
Hygienic Process
PHCM0001

Hygienic Process Piping Material Specification Designator System

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This Practice describes the arrangement of the Piping Material Specification Designators for PIP Hygienic Process Piping and the requirements for each field within a designation. For the purposes of this Practice, “Hygienic,” “Process,” or “Hygienic Process” refers to all Hygienic Process for Food/Beverage/Consumer & Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMP) or other products requiring a clean design.

March 2024
Technical Revision
Electrical
ELSHT01

Self-Regulated Electric Heat Trace System Specification

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This Practice provides the requirements for equipment, materials, and design services for electrical heat trace systems that use parallel-trace self-regulating type heat trace cable with ground braid. This Practice includes requirements for heat trace cable, monitor-control panel, junction boxes, and temperature sensors. The following are not included in this Practice a. Series-resistance, mineral-insulated, inductance type, and impedance type heat tracing systems b. Panelboards, circuit breakers, and field wiring of heat tracing system components c. Installation of the equipment and materials provided d. Insulation materials or installation

February 2024
Technical Revision
Pipeline Systems
PLSMV003

Carbon Steel Gate Valve Descriptions

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

February 2024
Complete Revision

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