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Consider the following human spec 1SP1S01 (Class 150, 2205 Duplex SS [UNS S31803], 0.063" C.A. Process) from the Process Industry Practices organization.2

You should follow the same process for 1SP1S01 as in the previous human spec example, 3CS1S02, with the following exceptions.

First, consider the flange records in the human spec for 1SP1S01.

  • The first ½" – 1½" Flange (socketwelded, Class 150) should have a default value for Commodity Option.

  • The second ½" – 1½" Flange (socketwelded, Class 300) should have a value of 'Class 300' for Commodity Option per Piping Note 12.

  • The first ½" – ¾" Blind Flange (Class 150) should have a default value for Commodity Option.

  • The second ½" – ¾" Blind Flange (Class 300) should have a value of 'Class 300' for Commodity Option.

  • The first 1" – 24" Blind Flange (CLASS 150) should have a default value for Commodity Option.

  • The second 1" – 24" Blind Flange (Class 300) should have a value of 'Class 300' for Commodity Option.

  • The first 1" – 24" Lap Joint Flange (Class 150) should use a Short Code of 'Flange'; have a default value for Commodity Option; and a value of 500° F for Maximum Temperature per Piping Note 22.

  • The second 1" – 24" Lap Joint Flange (Class 300) should use a Short Code of 'Flange'; have a value of 'Class 300' for Commodity Option; and a value of 500° F for Maximum Temperature per Piping Note 22.

  • The first 1" – 24" Weldneck Flange (Class 150) should use a Short Code of 'Flange'; have a default value for Commodity Option; and a value of 600° F for Maximum Temperature per Piping Note 22 and the maximum temperature limit in the human spec.

  • The second 1" – 24" Lap Joint Flange (Class 300) should use a Short Code of 'Flange'; have a value of 'Class 300' for Commodity Option; and a value of 600° F for Maximum Temperature per Piping Note 22 and the maximum temperature limit in the human spec.

Next, consider the stub end within the fittings records in the human spec for 1SP1S01. This record should not be included in the Piping Commodity Filter. Presently, SmartPlant requires the stub end to be implied by the corresponding lap joint flange. This is achieved by specifying the Contractor Commodity Code of the stub end as the value of the Reportable Piping Commodity's Contractor Commodity Code for both the Class 150 lap joint flange record and the optional Class 300 lap joint flange record. Note that this will require you to create a special part for the lap joint flange, where the geometric data and the weight data for the stub end have been assimilated with that of the lap joint flange. In other words, this lap joint flange part will require a different commodity code than the typical lap joint flange, even though the same fitting is being used.

For the gasket records in the human spec for 1SP1S01, two pressure ratings, Class 150 and Class 300, must be considered when addressing the required gaskets for this piping spec, whereas 3CS1S02 required different gaskets based on size range. Therefore, more unique types of bolted joints will apply to 1SP1S01 than to 3CS1S02.

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2 Piping Material Specification 1SP1S01
Class 150, 2205 Duplex SS (UNS S31803), 0.063" C.A.
Process; PIP PN01SP1S01
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Construction Industry Institute
Reprinted herein with permission from PIP on October 13, 2006.
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