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  1. Table of contents
  2. Scope, codes, standards and references
  3. General and specific requirements
  4. Abbreviations for piping specifications
  5. Valve tag numbering
  6. Standard installation detail - Utility Station
  7. Special fabricated larger diameter reducers
  8. Four weld 90° LR Miter elbow
  9. Two weld 45° LR Miter elbow
  10. Perforated temporary conical strainers
  11. T-Type strainers
  12. Drip ring
  13. Product sampler cooler
  14. Tolerances for pipe fabrication
  15. Line Blinds NPS 1/2 - NPS 60
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Piping Material Specification
Issue Date: Dec, 20111 of 15

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SCOPE  Page 
1.0 SCOPE 2
2.0 CODES, STANDARDS AND REFERENCES 2
3.0 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 3
3.1 Design Considerations 3
3.2 Line Class Notes 3
3.3 Item Descriptions 3
4.0 SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS 3
4.1 Pipe 3
4.2 Fittings 3
4.3 Flanges 3
4.4 Branch Connections 3
4.5 Gaskets 3
4.6 Valves 3
4.7 Assembly Details 3
4.8 Testing and Examination 3
4.9 Pressure/Temperature Limits 3

ATTACHMENTS
5.0 Abbreviations for Piping Specifications 4
5.1 Valve Tag Numbering 5

ATTACHMENTS FIGURES
Fig. 5.2 Standard Installation Detail - Utility Station - 6
Fig. 5.2.1 Special Fabricated Larger Diameter Reducers 7
Fig. 5.2.2 Four Weld 90° LR Miter Elbow 8
Fig. 5.2.3 Four Weld 45° LR Miter Elbow 9
Fig. 5.2.4 Perforated Temporary Conical Strainers 10
Fig. 5.2.5 T-Type Strainers 11
Fig. 5.2.6 Drip ring 12
Fig. 5.2.7 Product Sampler Cooler 13
Fig. 5.2.8 Tolerances for Pipe Fabrication 14
Fig. 5.2.9 Marking of Line Blinds & Spectacle Blinds 15
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