LIST OF INSTRUMENT AND ELECTRICAL INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS

Lets first discuss about this topics. In industrial facility all works do by following accredited standards which make sure safe our industrial facility. In industrial INSTRUMENT AND ELECTRICAL INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS works most of the we discuss, the following discussion about about ISA, ISO, NPFA (National Fire Protection Association), ANSI, API(American Petroleum Institute), ANSI (American National Standards Institute), ASME(American society of Mechanical Engineers), ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials), British Standards, IEEE(Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers),  IEC (International Electro technical Commission).

90 DAYS COUSRSE AT INSTRUMENT STANDRADS

instrument and electrical international standards

electrical and instrumentation standards

8 DAYS      ISA STANDRADS USE IN INSTRUMENTATION

1-ISA 5.1                      Instrumentation Symbols and Identification
2-S 7.0.01                    Quality Standard for Instrument Air
3-ISA/ANSI-S84.01   Application of Safety Instrumented Systems for the Process industry
4-ISA 912.13               Part I:    Performance Requirements, Combustible Gas Detectors
                                        Part II: Installation, Operation and Maintenance of Combustible Gas Detectors
5-ISA S 71.01              Environmental Conditions for Process Measurement and Control Systems: Temperature and Humidity
6-ISA S 71.04              Environmental Conditions for Process Measurement and Control Systems: Airborne contaminants
7-ISA S 75.01.01         Flow equations for sizing control valves
8-S 75.03                      Face to Face Dimensions
for Flanged Globe Style Control valve sizing control valves.

2 DAYS ISO (INTERNATIONAL STANDRADS ORGNIZATION) USE IN INSTRUMENTION

1-ISO 5167                    Measurement of Fluid Flow by means of Orifice Plates

2DAYS NACE (National Association of Corrosion Engineers) USE IN INSTRUMENTATION

1-NACE MR 0175         Sulfide Stress Cracking resistant metallic materials for OIL FIELD     EQUIPMENT

2 DAYS NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association) USE IN INSTRUMENTATION

1-NEMA 250         Enclosures for electrical Equipment (1000 Volts maximum) NEC (National Electric Code) USE IN
INSTRUMENTION

4DAYS NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) USE IN INSTRUMENTATION

1-NFPA 70      National Electrical Code
2- NFPA 1        Fire Protection Code
 3- NFPA 72 E  Automatic Fire Detectors
4- NFPA 496      Standard for Purged and Pressurized Enclosures for Electrical Equipment

10 DAYS ANSI (American National Standards Institute) USE IN INSTRUMENTION

 1-ANSI B 2.1           Pipe Threads
 2 -ANSI B 16.5       Steel Pipe Flanges, Flanged Valves and Fittings
 3- B 16.10                Face to Face and End to End Dimensions of Ferrous Valves
 4- B 16.34                 Hydrostatic body and leak testing of isolation valves
 5-B 16.37                 Hydrostatic Testing of Control Valves
 6- B 16.10                 Control Valve Leakage
 7-FCI 70.2                Leak Testing of Control Valves
 8-ANSI C 96.1         Temperature Measurement Thermocouples
 9-ANSI B 1.20.1      Pipe Threads, General Purpose
 10-MC 96.1              Temperature Measurement Thermocouples

20DAYS API(American Petroleum Institute)USE IN INSTRUMENTION

1-API 6D                    Specifications for pipeline valves
2-API 6FA                 Fire Test for Valves
3-API RP 14C RP      for Analysis, Design, Installation and Testing of Basic Surface tems on Offshore Production Platforms.
4-API RP 14F RP      for Design and Installation of Electrical Systems for  Offshore Production Platforms
5-API RP 14G RP      for Fire Prevention and Control on Open Type Offshore Production Platforms
6-API RP 500             Classifications of Locations for Electrical Installations at Petroleum Facilities Classified as Class 1, Division 1 and  Division 2
7-API RP 520              Sizing, Selection and Installation of Pressure Relieving Devices in Refineries, Part I and Part II
8-API RP 521               Guides for Pressure Relief and Depressing Systems
9-API RP 526              Flanged Steel Safety Relief Valves
10-API RP 527            Commercial Seat Tightness of Safety Relief valves with Metal to Metal Seats
11-API RP 550            Manual on Installationof Refinery Instruments and Control   Systems(out of print)
12-API RP 551              Process Measurement Instrumentation
13-APIRP 552              Transmission Systems
14-API RP 554              Process Instruments and Control
15-API RP 555              Process Analyzers
16-API 598                     Valve Inspection andTesting
17-API Standard 2000 Venting Atmospheric and Low Pressure Storage Tanks:  Non-refrigerated and Refrigerated.
18-API 1101                   Measurement of Petroleum Liquid Hydrocarbons by Positive Displacement Meter
19-API RP 2001             Fire Protection in Refineries
20-API 2534                   Measurement of Liquid Hydrocarbons by Turbine Meter  Systems
API  Manual of Petroleum Measurement Standards – Measurement of Crude Oil by Carioles’ Meter

2 DAYS ASME(American society of Mechanical Engineers)USE IN INSTRUMENTION

1-ASME PTC 19.3          Performance Test CodeTemperature Measurement

4 DAYS ASTM(American Society for Testing and Materials)USE IN INSTRUMENTION

1-ASTM A269                   Stainless Steel Tube
2-ASTM A276.316L        Stainless Steel Fittings
3-ASTM 370                      Standard Test methods and definitions for Mechanical Testing of steel products
4-ASTM 450                      General Requirements for Carbon, Ferritic Alloy, and Austenitic Alloy Steel Tubes

6 DAYS British Standards USE IN INSTRUMENTION

1-BS 1904m                     Specification for industrial platinum resistance thermometer sensors
2-BS4937                          International Thermocouple Reference Tables
3-BS5501                          Electrical Apparatus for Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
4-BS EN 60529                Specification for degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP) codes

12 DAYS IEC(International Electrotechnical Commission)USE IN INSTRUMENTION

1-IEC STD 801                  Part 3 – EMI andRFI Immunity
2-IEC 60092-373               Shipboard flexible coaxial cables
3-IEC 60092-359               Specification for insulation and sheath of electric cables
4-IEC 60227                       Polyvinyl chloride insulated cables of rated voltages up to and including 440/750 V
5-IEC 603315                     Fire resisting characteristics of electric cables
6-IEC 60332-1                   Tests on electric cables under fire conditions Part I: Tests on single vertical insulated wire or cable
7-IEC 60332-3                   Tests on electric cables under fire conditions Part II: Tests on single small vertical insulated copper wire or cable
8-IEC 61508-1-7               Functional safety on electrical / electronic / programmable electronic safety-related systems
9-IEC 61000-4-2               Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) – Part 4: Testing and Masurement
Techniques – Section 2: Electrostatic Discharge Immunity  IEC 61000-4-3 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) – Part 4: Testing and Measurement Techniques – Section 3: Radiated, Radio-Frequency, Electromagnetic Field Immunity Test
10-IEC 61131-3 1993      Programmable Controllers – Part 3: Programming

5DAYS IEEE(Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers)

1-IEEE STD.472           Surge Withstand Capabilities
2-IEEE  C37.90.1           Standard Surge Withstand Capability (SWC) Tests for Protective Relays and Relay Systems
3-IEEE 730                    Standard for Software Quality Assurance Plans Revision of IEEE Std 730-84 and Redesignation of IEEE 730.1-89;  IEEE Computer Society Document
4-IEEE 828                    Standard for Software Configuration of Management Plans
5-IEEE 1042                  Guide to Software Configuration management IEE computer society  Document
.1

This specification covers grades of minimum-wall-thickness, seamless, hot-finished and cold-finished, austenitic chromium-nickel steel sill tubes as designated in Table 1 for use in carrying fluids at elevated temperatures and pressures in various types of heaters, in which the tubes may be subjected to a furnace temperature higher than that of the contained fluids.1.2

The specification covers tubes 2 to 9 in., (50.8 to 228.6 mm) inclusive, in outside diameter and over 0.220 in. (5.59 mm) in minimum wall thickness.
1.3
Grades TP304H, TP321H, TP347H, and TP316H are modifications of Grades TP304, TP321, TP347 and TP316, and are intended for high-temperature service.
1.4
Where butt welding is used to obtain lengths longer than single
lengths normally produced on the mill, Specification A 422, shall cover the
requirements for butt welds.
1.5
The values stated in inch-pound units are to be regarded as the standard. The values given in parentheses are for information only.
1.6
Optional supplementary requirements are provided, and when desired, shall be o stated in the order.

Chemical composition 

Grade
Mfg.
process
           Chemical
Composition        (%)
C
Si
Mn
P
S
Ni
Cr
Mo
Other
TP304
S,
E, AT
0.08Max
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.040MaX
0.030Max
8.00~11.0
18.0~20.0
TP304H
S,
E, AT
0.04~0.10
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.040Max
0.030Max
8.00~11.0
18.0~20.0
TP304L
S,
E, AT
0.035Max
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.040Max
0.030Max
8.00~13.0
18.0~20.0
TP304N
S,
E, AT
0.08Max
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.040Max
0.030Max
8.00~11.0
18.0~20.0
N
0.10~0.16
TP304LN
S,
E, AT
 0.035Max
0.75Max
 2.00MaX
0.040Max
0.030Max
8.00~11.0
18.0~20.0
N
0.10~0.16
TP309Cb
S,
E, AT
0.08Max
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.045Max
0.030Max
12.0~16.0
22.0~24.0
0.75
Cb
10c~1.10
TP309H
S,
E, AT
0.04~0.10
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.040Max
0.030Max
12.0~15.0
22.0~24.0
TP309CHb
S,
E, AT
0.04~0.010
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.045Max
0.030Max
12.0~16.0
22.0~24.0
0.75
Cb
10c~1.10
TP309S
S,
E, AT
0.08Max
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.045Max
0.030Max
12.0~15.0
22.0~24.0
0.75
TP310Cb
S,
E, AT
0.08Max
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.045Max
0.030Max
19.0~22.0
24.0~26.0
0.75
Cb
10c~1.10
TP310H
S,
E, AT
0.04~0.10
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.040Max
0.030Max
19.0~22.0
24.0~26.0
TP310HCb
S,
E, AT
0.04~0.10
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.045Max
0.030Max
19.0~22.0
24.0~26.0
0.75
Cb
10c~1.10
TP310S
S,
E, AT
0.08Max
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.045Max
0.030Max
19.0~22.0
24.0~26.0
0.75
TP316
S,
E, AT
0.08Max
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.040Max
0.030Max
11.0~14.0
16.0~18.0
2.00~3.00
TP316H
S,
E, AT
0.04~0.010
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.040Max
0.030Max
11.0~14.0
16.0~18.0
2.00~3.00
TP316L
S,
E, AT
0.035Max
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.040Max
0.030Max
10.0~15.0
16.0~18.0
2.00~3.00
TP316N
S,
E, AT
0.08Max
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.040Max
0.030Max
11.0~14.0
16.0~18.0
2.00~3.00
N
0.10~0.16
TP316LN
S,
E, AT
0.035Max
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.040Max
0.030Max
11.0~14.0
16.0~18.0
2.00~3.00
N
0.10~0.16
TP317
S,
E, AT
0.08Max
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.040Max
0.030Max
11.0~14.0
18.0~20.0
3.00~4.00
TP317L
S,
E, AT
0.035Max
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.040Max
0.030Max
10.0~15.0
18.0~20.0
3.00~4.00
TP321
S,
E, AT
0.08Max
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.040Max
0.030Max
9.00~13.0
17.0~22.0
Ti
5C~0.70
TP321H
S,
E, AT
0.04~0.10
0.75Max
2.00MaX
0.040Max
0.030Max
9.00~13.0
17.0~22.0
Ti
5C~0.70
TP347
S,
E, AT
0.08Max
0.75Max
2.00Max
0.040Max
0.030Max
9.00~13.0
17.0~20.0
Nb+Ta
10C~1.00
TP347H
S,
E, AT
0.04~0.10
0.75Max
2.00Max
0.040Max
0.030Max
9.00~13.0
17.0~20.0
Nb+Ta
10C~1.00
TP348
S,
E, AT
0.08Max
0.75Max
2.00Max
0.040Max
0.030Max
9.00~13.0
17.0~20.0
Cb+Ta
10C~1.00
Ta
0.10Max
TP348H
S,
E, AT
0.04~0.10
0.75Max
2.00Max
0.040Max
0.030Max
9.00~13.0
17.0~20.0
Cb+Ta
10C~1.00
Ta
0.10Max
TPXM-10
S,
E, AT
0.08Max
1.00Max
8.00~10.00
0.040Max
0.030Max
5.50~7.50
19.0~21.5
Ta
0.15~0.40
TPXM-11
S,
E, AT
0.04Max
1.00Max
8.00~10.00
0.040Max
0.030Max
5.50~7.50
19.0~21.5
Ta
0.15~0.40
TPXM-15
S,
E, AT
0.08Max
1050~2.50
2.00Max
0.030Max
0.030Max
17.5~18.5
17.0~19.0
TPXM-19
S,
E, AT
0.060Max
1.00Max
4.00~6.00
0.040Max
0.030Max
11.5~13.5

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