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The catalog hierarchy for the parts is formed using the following logic:

+ Parts (use Piping Component Type hierarchy)

+ Valves

+ Linear Valves

+ Gate Valve part classes

+ Geometric Industry Standard

+ Gate Valve parts (commodity code)

+ Globe Valve part classes

+ Geometric Industry Standard

+ Globe Valve parts (commodity code)

+ Inline Fittings

+ Flanges

+ Weldneck Flange part classes

+ Geometric Industry Standard

+ Weldneck Flange parts (commodity code)

Consider the examples below to understand how the hierarchy is formed:

  1. Considering the case of ICM3 sheet in the On-the-fly Instruments.xls workbook (which is delivered):

    In this example, the commodity type is 5402, hence the corresponding piping commodity class is "In-Line Fittings" and the piping commodity subclass is "In-line instruments, flow measurement".

    The Geometric industry standard is "Undefined", the PartClassName is "Coriolis Flow Meter Type 2 GAS", and the Commodity code is "ICM3".

    Therefore, the hierarchy will be:

    +Parts

    +In-line Fittings

    + In-line instruments, flow measurement

    + Coriolis Flow Meter Type 2 GAS

    +Undefined

    +ICM3

  2. Considering the IDL1C sheet in the On-the-fly Instruments.xls workbook (which is delivered):

    In this example commodity type is Undefined, hence the corresponding piping commodity class is "Undefined" and the piping commodity subclass is "Undefined".

    The Geometric industry standard is "Undefined", the PartClassName is "Valve with Rotary Diaphragm Actuator Position C 1", and the Commodity code is "IDL1C".

    Therefore, the hierarchy will be:

    +Parts

    + Undefined

    + Undefined

    + Valve with Rotary Diaphragm Actuator Position C 1

    +Undefined

    + IDL1C