Piping Commodity Procurement - Intergraph Smart 3D - Reference Data

Intergraph Smart 3D Piping Reference Data

PPMProduct
Intergraph Smart 3D
PPMCategory_custom
Reference Data
Version_S3D
10.1(2014R1)

The Piping Commodity Procurement node (the PipingCommodityProcurementData sheet in the Piping Commodity Procurement Data.xls workbook) defines the data used to determine the size-dependent Industry Commodity Code when the Piping Commodity Catalog Part Number Basis Option in the Plant Options (the DefaultProjectOptions sheet in the Piping Specification.xls workbook) is set to "Use the size-dependent client commodity code from the piping commodity procurement data" (15). Otherwise, this data is only be used when the Piping Commodity Procurement Data Option in the Plant Options (the DefaultProjectOptions sheet) is set to something other than the default of "Not applicable" (5). Otherwise, you must indicate whether the Contractor Commodity Code from the Piping Commodity Filter or the Industry Commodity Code from the Piping Commodity Material Control Data is used to query the data here. This information does not vary per piping materials class.

You, the piping specification writer, are required to define information if any of the following situations apply:

  • To determine the Size-Dependent Industry Commodity Code, when a size-independent Contractor Commodity Code is being used in the Piping Commodity Filter.

  • To determine the Size-Dependent Client Commodity Code on the basis of the Industry Commodity Code from the Piping Commodity Material Control data, which is independent of size and schedule by definition.

  • To determine the Size-Dependent Client Commodity Code on the basis of the Contractor Commodity Code from the Piping Commodity Filter, when the Contractor Commodity Code is size-independent.

  • To determine the size-dependent CIMIS Commodity Code on the basis of the Industry Commodity Code from the Piping Commodity Material Control data, which is independent of size and schedule by definition.

  • To determine the size-dependent CIMIS Commodity Code on the basis of the Contractor Commodity Code from the Piping Commodity Filter, when the Contractor Commodity Code is size-independent.

  • To determine the cost data on the basis of the Industry Commodity Code from the Piping Commodity Material Control data, which is independent of size and schedule by definition.

  • To determine the cost data on the basis of the Contractor Commodity Code from the Piping Commodity Filter, when the Contractor Commodity Code is size-independent.

  • To determine the schedule-dependent Client Commodity Code, when the Contractor Commodity Code from the Piping Commodity Filter is schedule-independent, and the size-dependent CIMIS Commodity Code is not required.

You can also choose to use the Size-Dependent Industry Commodity Code from the Piping Commodity Procurement data as the basis for querying for parts. The use of a Size-Dependent Industry Commodity Code is a special case that is intended to be used when you use a size-independent Contractor Commodity Code in the Piping Commodity Filter for easier maintenance, but require a size-dependent commodity code for purposes of material control. In such a situation, the Size-Dependent Industry Commodity Code represents the commodity code to be used with the material control system (and for querying the piping catalog for parts).

The Piping Commodity Procurement rule only defines the size-dependent commodity code for piping components. This rule is not applicable for connection items, such as bolts, nuts, gaskets, and washers. To define the size-dependent commodity code for connection items, you must use the Connection Parts Commodity Code Substitution rule. For more information, see Gasket Commodity Code Substitution Rule Nut Commodity Code Substitution Rule, and Washer Commodity Code Substitution Rule.

CIMIS Commodity Code (Optional)

Enter the Common Industry Material Identification Standards commodity code.

Client Commodity Code (Conditionally Required)

Enter the client commodity code, which is the commodity code that is used during the operations and maintenance phase.

Both, the Commodity Code and the Client Commodity Code must be size-independent or size- dependent. One cannot be size-dependent and the other one be size-independent. In addition, both must include a schedule or neither must include a schedule.

Commodity Code (Required)

Enter the commodity code. This commodity code is either the Contractor Commodity Code from the Piping Commodity Filter, the Industry Commodity Code from the Piping Commodity Material Control Data (depending on how you are using this procurement data) or the Smart 3D Reference Data Identification number, which can be used as a size-dependent commodity code.

First Size (Conditionally Required)

Enter the first size of the piping commodity.

You must enter a First Size value when the procurement data is based on the Contractor Commodity Code because it is assumed that the Contractor Commodity Code in the Piping Commodity Filter is size-independent.

You do not need to enter a First Size value when the schedule-dependent Client Commodity Code is determined from a schedule- independent Contractor Commodity Code, but the size-dependent CIMIS Commodity Code is not required.

You must also enter a First Size value when the procurement data is based on the Industry Commodity Code since the Industry Commodity Code is always independent of size and schedule.

First Size Schedule Practice (Conditionally Required)

Select the schedule practice. This option is only required if the First Size Schedule is required.

First Size Schedule (Conditionally Required)

Select the thickness (schedule) for the piping commodity at the first size end.

You must select a schedule when the procurement data is based on the Contractor Commodity Code because it is assumed that the Contractor Commodity Code in the Piping Commodity Filter is size-independent.

You do not need to select a schedule when the Contractor Commodity Code is being used to query the procurement data and the Contractor Commodity Code reflects schedule.

You must also select a schedule when the procurement data is based on the Industry Commodity Code since the Industry Commodity Code is always independent of size and schedule.

First Size Units (Conditionally Required)

Specifies the units for the First Size column. For example, you could enter in for inches or mm for millimeters.

Installation Man Hours (Optional)

Enter the man-hours required to install the piping commodity. This value is used only for reporting purposes.

Maintenance Man Hours (Optional)

Enter the man-hour required to maintain the piping commodity. This value is used only for reporting purposes.

Manufacturer Part Number (Optional)

Enter the manufacturer's part number for the object.

Multisize Option (Conditionally Required)

Type a string to represent an optional piping commodity selection for multi-sized fittings when the first size and second size are inadequate.

For example, if two additional sizes (2" and 1") are required in addition to a first size of 6" and a second size of 4", the string that would represent the sizes would be 6x4x2x1. The software interprets the string to determine the second size and the number of sizes in addition to the first size and second size. Do not include a unit of measure in the string. The unit of measure for the first size, defined in the First Size Units column is used.

Requisition Number (Optional)

Enter the requisition, or purchase order, number. This value is used only for reporting purposes.

Second Size (Conditionally Required)

Enter the second size of the piping commodity.

You must enter a Second Size value when the procurement data is based on the Contractor Commodity Code because it is assumed that the Contractor Commodity Code in the Piping Commodity Filter is size-independent.

You do not need to enter a Second Size value when the schedule-dependent Client Commodity Code is determined from a schedule- independent Contractor Commodity Code, but the size-dependent CIMIS Commodity Code is not required.

You must also enter a Second Size value when the procurement data is based on the Industry Commodity Code since the Industry Commodity Code is always independent of size and schedule.

Second Size Schedule (Conditionally Required)

Select the thickness (schedule) for the piping commodity at the second size end.

You must select a schedule when the procurement data is based on the Contractor Commodity Code because it is assumed that the Contractor Commodity Code in the Piping Commodity Filter is size-independent.

You do not need to select a schedule when the Contractor Commodity Code is being used to query the procurement data and the Contractor Commodity Code reflects schedule.

You must also select a schedule when the procurement data is based on the Industry Commodity Code since the Industry Commodity Code is always independent of size and schedule.

Second Size Schedule Practice (Conditionally Required)

Select the schedule practice. This option is only required if the Second Size Schedule is required.

Second Size Units (Conditionally Required)

Specifies the units for the Second Size column. For example, you could enter in for inches or mm for millimeters.

Unit Cost (Optional)

Enter the unit cost for the piping commodity. This value is used only for reporting purposes.

Vendor Part Number (Optional)

Enter the vendor's part number for the object.

See Also

Instrument Class Data
Multiport Valve Operator Data
Piping Commodity Filter
Piping Commodity Material Control Data
Piping Commodity Procurement
Piping Materials Classes
Piping Specialty Class Data
Valve Operator Material Control Data
Commodity Codes
Instruments
Pipe Specification
Default Project Options Sheet