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The Conduit Ports node defines reference data for conduit ports.

End Practice (Required)

Select the end practice for the conduit port. The end practices are defined in the End Standard select list.

End Preparation (Required)

Select the end preparation for the conduit port. The end preparations are defined in the End Preparation select list.

End Standard (Required)

Select the end standard for the conduit port. The end standards are defined in the End Standard select list.

Flange or Hub Outside Diameter (Required)

Enter the flange's outside diameter for the conduit. Include the units of measure, such as mm or in, when specifying this value.

Flange or Hub Thickness (Required)

Enter the distance from the outermost flange face to the back surface of the flange on which the nut rests. Include any projections that the flange may have, such as a raised face, only if the manufacturer’s data includes any projections or if specified by the standard. The flange thickness should include the thickness of the loose flange used, but not include the wall thickness of the pipe or stub end for lap-flanged ends.

Flange or Mechanical Groove Width (Required)

Enter the groove width of the conduit, if applicable to groove flanged ends. This value is required to compute the gasket outside diameter. Include the units of measure, such as mm or in, when specifying this value.

Flange Projection or Socket Offset (Required)

Enter the width of any projections that the flange may have, such as raised faces. Include the units of measure, such as mm or in, when specifying this value.

Flow Direction (Required)

Select the flow direction for the port. Specifying the correct flow direction code for each part port is very important because the software automatically orients the part to the flow direction of the conduit or port to which the part is connected.

Internal ID

This column is not currently being used.

Liner Thickness at Face of Flange (Required)

Specify the thickness of the lining material at the face of the flange at any field-lined bolted fittings.

Liner Thickness at Inside Diameter (Required)

Specify the thickness of the lining material at the inside diameter of field-lined fittings.

Nominal Size

Type the nominal piping diameter for the conduit port.

Npd Unit Type

Specify the units for the NPD column. For example, type mm or in.

Piping Inside Diameter (Optional)

Enter the inside diameter at the port. If you do not specify a value here, the software calculates the inside diameter as the outside diameter minus two times the wall thickness. Include the units of measure, such as mm or in, when specifying this value. This property is not used by the DIN industry standard, the End Standard property is used instead.

Piping Outside Diameter (Optional)

Enter the outside diameter at the port. If you do not specify a value here, the software calculates the outside diameter as the inside diameter plus two times the wall thickness. Include the units of measure, such as mm or in, when specifying this value.

Piping Point Basis (Required)

Select the function of the port.

Port ID

Specifies a description of the port.

Port Index

Enter the port index number.

Pressure Rating

Set to Undefined.

Raised Face or Socket Diameter (Optional)

Enter the raised-face diameter of the port, if applicable to raised- face flanged ends. This property also applies to the diameter of small male flange faces and large male flange faces. This value is required to compute the gasket outside diameter and the gasket inside diameter. This column is also used to enter the socket or thread diameter of the female end. Include the units of measure, such as mm or in, when specifying this value.

Rating Practice (Optional)

Select the pressure rating practice for the port.

Reinforced Wall Thickness (Optional)

Enter the inner wall thickness for the port.

Seating or Groove or Socket Depth (Required)

Enter the depth of socket for the port. Include the units of measure, such as mm or in, when specifying this value.

Schedule Practice (Optional)

Select the schedule practice for the port.

Schedule Thickness

Enter the value or code that represents the schedule (or thickness) for the conduit port.

Termination Class (Required)

Select the termination class.

Termination Sub Class (Required)

Select the termination sub class for the port.

Wall Thickness or Groove Setback (Optional)

Enter the wall thickness at the port. Make sure that you enter this value with full precision (0.3125, not 0.312). If you do not specify a value here, the software calculates the wall thickness as the outside diameter minus the inside diameter divided by two. Include the units of measure, such as mm or in, when specifying this value. This property is not used by the DIN industry standard, the End Standard property is used instead.

See Also

Standard Nozzle Data