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CONTENTS
II -1.
I - 1.1.
I - 1.2.
I -2.
I - 2.1.
I - 2.2.
I - 2.3.
I - 2.3.1.
I - 2.3.2.
I -3.
I - 3.1.
I - 3.2.
I - 3.2.1.
I - 3.2.2.
I - 3.2.3.
I - 3.3.
I - 3.3.1.
I - 3.3.2.
I - 3.3.3.
I - 3.4.
I - 3.4.1.
I - 3.4.2.
I -4.
I -5.
I - 5.1.
I - 5.2.
I - 5.3.
I - 5.3.1.
I - 5.3.2.
I - 5.3.3.
I - 5.4.
I - 5.5.
I - 5.5.1.
I - 5.5.2.
I - 5.5.3.
II II -1.
II -2.
II - 2.1.
II - 2.2.
II - 2.3.
II - 2.4.
II - 2.5.
II - 2.6.
KKS Guidelines and Total Plant Key ................................................................. 5
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................ 6
The origin and development of KKS .................................................................. 6
Requirements to be met by the Identification System....................................... 7
FORMAT OF CODE ........................................................................................... 8
Types of Code and Breakdown Levels ................................................................ 8
Prefix Symbols, and Breakdown Symbols for Types of Code .......................... 9
Format of Breakdown Levels ............................................................................ 10
Classifying Code Elements .......................................................................................... 11
Numbering Code Elements .......................................................................................... 12
CONTENTS OF DATA CHARACTERS ........................................................ 13
Total plant ........................................................................................................... 13
Process-Related Identification ........................................................................... 15
System code ................................................................................................................. 16
Equipment Unit Code .................................................................................................. 18
Component Code ......................................................................................................... 20
Point of Installation Identification .................................................................... 22
Installation Unit Code .................................................................................................. 23
Installation Space Code ............................................................................................... 24
Examples...................................................................................................................... 25
Location Identification ....................................................................................... 29
Structure Code ............................................................................................................. 30
Room Code .................................................................................................................. 31
NOTATION OF CODES ................................................................................... 34
GENERAL NOTES ............................................................................................ 35
Rules on the Keys ................................................................................................ 35
Assignment of System Codes to Mechanical Equipment and Measuring
Circuits ................................................................................................................ 35
Special Rules for Mechanical Engineering ....................................................... 35
Valves .......................................................................................................................... 35
Mechanical Supports ................................................................................................... 35
Mechanical Service Systems ....................................................................................... 36
Special Rules for Civil Engineering .................................................................. 37
Special Rules for Electrical and Control and Instrumentation Engineering 38
Shared equipment ........................................................................................................ 38
Electrical Equipment ................................................................................................... 38
Control and Instrumentation Equipment ..................................................................... 39
Function Key ....................................................................................................... 43
INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................. 44
FUNCTION KEY MAIN GROUPS (F1) .......................................................... 45
A - Grid and distribution systems (for electric power plants, thermoelectric
power plants and heating plants) ...................................................................... 46
B – Power transmission and auxiliarY electrical power supply ..................... 50
C – Instrumentation and control systems......................................................... 59
D – Control systems ............................................................................................ 64
E – Conventional fuel supply and residues disposal ........................................ 65
G – Water supply and disposal.......................................................................... 71
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III III -1.
III - 1.1.
III -2.
III - 2.1.
III - 2.2.
III - 2.3.
III - 2.4.
III - 2.4.1.
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III - 2.6.1.
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H – Conventional heat generation......................................................................78
L – Steam, water, gas cycles ...............................................................................85
M – Main machine sets........................................................................................91
N – Process energy supply for external users (e.g. District Heating)..............97
P – Cooling water systems ..................................................................................99
Q – Auxiliary systems ........................................................................................106
R – Gas generation and treatment ...................................................................111
S – Ancillary systems .........................................................................................118
U - Structures .....................................................................................................122
W – Renewable energy plants ..........................................................................132
X – Heavy machinery (not main machine sets)...............................................134
Z – Workshop and office equipment ...............................................................139
Equipment Unit Key..........................................................................................141
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................ 142
Equipment Unit Identification .........................................................................142
EQUIPMENT UNIT KEY – MAIN GROUPS (A1) ...................................... 144
A – Mechanical equipment ...............................................................................145
B – Mechanical equipment ...............................................................................166
C – Direct measuring circuits ...........................................................................177
D – Loop control circuits ..................................................................................197
Identification Examples .......................................................................................199
E – Binary and analog signal and variable conditioning ...............................200
F – Indirect measuring circuits ........................................................................202
Examples of Identification ..................................................................................205
G – Electrical devices ........................................................................................209
Identification Samples .........................................................................................233
H – Subassemblies of main and heavy machinery ..........................................234
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I -1. Introduction
Identification System is based on the
Kraftwerk - Kennzeichen - System (KKS)
This System is the basis for the standard and clear identification of all installations and subsystems
in power plant.
The present Part 1 is aimed to present the KKS general rules and it contains KKS keys for systems,
equipment units and components.
I - 1.1.
The origin and development of KKS
It is absolutely essential for the parties participating in the construction and operation of a power
plant to agree upon a standard system for the designation and classification of the plant, its part and
components.
Due to the size of power plants and the fact that the large number of parties participating are all in
different locations, communication problems arise which can incur costs which cannot be estimated
in advance.
A standard designation system enables each party, irrespective of language and assignment, to
identify uniformly and unambiguously, those parts of the plant within its responsibility. The Power
Station Designation System KKS satisfies these requirements to a degree not previously attainable.
The planning, construction and operation of power plants was based in the past on attempts to
identify installations and parts thereof by means of differing incompatible systems. The result was a
series of operations whose sequence was often irrational.
Bearing in mind the scale of power plants being built up to the early sixties, the Plant Identification
System AKS could be regarded as adequate for the needs of planning and construction engineers at
that time.
In the meantime, the AKS has been adopted as the main system of identification in a number of
conventional and nuclear plants.
Increased unit sizes, higher rates of automation and further developments in power-plant technology,
coupled with the demands made on classification systematics by power plant operators, all called for
a uniform and total solution of the classification problem.
A working party, consisting of planners, operating companies, authorized inspectors and other
authorities, was set up in 1970 with the task of finding such a solution.
The result of this joint effort is the Power Station Identification System KKS. This draws clear
divisions between power plant installations and systems, and takes full account of the needs of
manufacturers, operators, inspectors and other authorities as well as the technical requirements of the
mechanical engineering, process engineering, civil engineering, and electrical and control
engineering sectors.
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Areas of application are:
• Planning and project engineering
• Licensing
• Erection
• Acceptance
• Commissioning
• Documentation
• Operation and supervision
• Maintenance
• Spares and replacement parts
• Defect statistics
• Plant accounts
• Plant budgeting and cost control
The Power Station Identification System: Kraftwerk - Kennzeichen - System (KKS) was
published in 1978 (1st edition) by the VGB and is now the basis for the designation of installations
and subsystems in power plants. Since this time the KKS has been further developed by the VGB
Technical Committee on Technical Classification Systems.
Current members of the technical committee are:
• ABB Asea Brown, Boveri AG
• Berliner Kraft- und Licht (BEWAG) AG
• Braunschweigische Kohlenbergwerke AG
• Energie - Versorgung Schwaben AG
• EPZ. The Netherlands
• ESKOM, Republic of South Africa
• F.D.B.R. Fachverband Dampfkessel, Behälter – und Rohrleitungsbau e.V.
• Gesellschaft für Reaktorsicherheit
• Hartmann & Braun AG
• Maschinenfabrik Augsburg – Nürnberg AG
• Rheinisch - Westfälisches Elektrizitätswerk AG
• Schnell - Brüter - Kernkraftwerkgesellschaft mbH
• Siemens AG, Corporate Groups E and KWU
• STEAG AG
• VDEN, The Netherlands
• VDMA, Verband Deutscher Maschinen – und Anlagenbau e.V.
• Vereinigte Elektrizitätswerke Westfalen AG
• Vereinigte Kesselwerke AG
KKS takes account of other relevant standards such as IEC, ISO, etc., and its principles are laid
down in DIN 40719, part 2.
I - 1.2.
Requirements to be met by the Identification System
To perform the set tasks the Identification system must be capable of satisfying the following
requirements:
• Determination of all installations and subsystems;
• An adequate number of reserve codes must be available for future developments in power
plant engineering;
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• The classification of installations and subsystems must be generally applicable to all types
of power plant: all individual circuits and arrangements must, however, be clearly
identifiable;
• Clear identification of all subsystems;
• A designation used in a power plant must be nonrecurring;
• Subdivision with graded details and a fixed meaning for the data characters;
• Variable designation length depending upon the detail requirements of the various areas of
application;
• Independent designation of various systems must be possible;
• Ease of recognition ensured by clarity and an acceptable length for the designation;
• Plausibility check facility, especially for data processing;
• Account must be taken of existing standards, guidelines and recommendations.
I -2. Format of Code
I - 2.1.
Types of Code and Breakdown Levels
In consideration of the various requirements placed on the identification of plants, sections of plants
and items of equipment in power station, KKS has three different types of code:
• Process-related code
Process-related identification of systems and items of equipment according to their functions
in mechanical, civil, electrical and control and instrumentation engineering
• Point of installation code
Identification of point of installation of electrical and control and instrumentation equipment
in installation units (e.g. in cabinets, panels, consoles)
• Location code
Identification of locations in structures, on floors and in rooms and also of fire areas.
These types of code are distinguished by means of prefix and breakdown symbols.
These three types of code use the same identification scheme, which is subdivided into four
breakdown levels. Originally the titles of the breakdown levels were based on the process-related
code:
Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of breakdown
level
0
1
2
3
Total plant
Function
Equipment unit
Component
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The titles of the breakdown levels of the three types of code will henceforth be as follows:
Serial no. of breakdown
level
0
1
2
3
Process-related
identification
Total plant
System code
Equipment unit code
Component
code
Point of installation
identification
Total plant
Installation unit code
Installation space code
Location
identification
Total plant
Structure code
Room code
I - 2.2.
Prefix Symbols, and Breakdown Symbols for Types of Code
The types of code are distinguished in accordance with DIN 40719, Part 2, by means of prefix and
breakdown symbols.
Serial no. of breakdown
level
0
1
2
3
Equipment unit code
Component
code
Process-related
identification
=
Total plant
System code
Point of installation
identification
+
Total plant
Installation unit code
Location identification
+
Total plant
Structure code
Prefix symbol
•
Installation space code
Room code
Breakdown symbol
The “full stop” breakdown symbol for point of installation identification must always be written. The
prefix symbols may be omitted if the information contents of the codes remain unambiguous.
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I - 2.3.
Format of Breakdown Levels
The code is made up of breakdown levels. The individual breakdown levels are differently
formatted. They are made up of classifying and numbering code elements. The latter consist of data
characters occupied by alpha and numeric symbols.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
Designation of data
character
Type of data
character
0
1
2
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
A
3
AN
N
N
N
A3
B1
B2
BN
A
A
A
N N
In the middle line of the above table is written the designation of data character. The origin of the
letters used in it is in German language, namely:
G - Gesamtanlage: Total plant
(e.g. power station unit, non-unit-specific plant);
F - Funktion: Function
(e.g. main cooling water, piping system, steam turbine drain and vent system, generator
transformer incl. cooling system);
A - Aggregat: Equipment unit
(e.g. pump unit, valve incl. actuator, heat exchanger);
B - Betriebsmittel: Component.
(e.g. el. motor, coupling, protective device, delay device).
In Power Station Identification System KKS we apply two types of data character:
A - alpha characters (Roman letters except I and O)
Exceptional is the data character B1 where we apply for electrical components special
symbol “−” instead of a letter
N - numerical characters (Arabic numerals).
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The breakdown levels and the data characters within the breakdown levels denote progressively
smaller entities from left to right. Read from left to right no data characters may be omitted. Special
guidelines apply to data characters G, F0 and A3.
I - 2.3.1.
Classifying Code Elements
The alpha code elements F1, F2, F3, A1, A2 and B1, B2 have a classifying function.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
Designation of data
character
Type of data
character
0
1
2
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
A
3
AN
N
N
A3
B1
B2
BN
A
A
A
N N
N
• F1: Main groups
• F2: Groups
• F3: Subgroups
• A1: Main groups
• A2: Subgroups
• B1: Main groups
• B2: Subgroups
The classifying coding letters and designations are established on a non-project-specific basis in the
KKS keys, namely as:
• Function key, for F1 F2 F3 on breakdown level 1 (see Chapter II).
• Equipment unit key, for A1 A2. on breakdown level 2 (see Chapter III)
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The terminology of the key may be modified on a project-specific basis but only provided that the
contents are not altered. Such modifications are subject to agreement between the parties to the
project.
Coding letters which are “blocked” are reserved for future technologies and new systems
engineering configurations.
I - 2.3.2.
Numbering Code Elements
The code elements G, F0, FN, AN, A3 and BN have a numbering function.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
Designation of data
character
Type of data
character
0
1
2
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
A
3
AN
N
N
N
A3
B1
B2
BN
A
A
A
N N
These numbering code elements are subject to agreement on a project-specific basis and between the
parties to the project as regards numbering systems and direction of numbering. However the
following principles apply:
•
•
•
•
Numbering starts anew when one of the preceding code elements changes.
Numbering may be consecutive or grouping.
Numbering need not be continuous.
Numbering conventions, once established, may not be altered, not even in the event of
changes made in the progress of planning.
• Redundant zeros must be written, except as modified below.
• An application-specific scheme of numbering may be established. However, such schemes
may not have the effect of reserving numbers in other applications, not even within the
same engineering discipline.
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I -3. Contents of Data Characters
I - 3.1.
Total plant
Serial no. of
breakdown level
Designation of data
character
Type of data
character
0
1
2
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
A
3
AN
N
N
N
A3
B1
B2
BN
A
A
A
N N
In classical KKS version, the so called “total plant” is designated in breakdown level 0 by one letter
or one digit (data character G).
The contents of this designation in KKS, is left for coordination for particular power plant. For
example we can identify here:
• power station units,
• non-unit-specific plants,
• extensions, etc.
Data character F0 contains so called prefix number. It is one digit which identifies one from two or
more identical subsystems in the overall plant. The prefix number is used in cases when for instance
in compass of one power unit appear two or more identical subsystems (two boiler plants, two
turbosets, etc.). Adoption of a.m. data character is remained in KKS also for coordination for given
power plant.
Data character G as well as data character F0 can be omitted in KKS if the further part of designation
will remain complete univocal.
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I – 3.1.1. KKS Identification System for Power Plant
Production Plant Location
Production Equipment Unit
DIN 6779-10
ANN
N
A or N
Component
3
Equipment Unit
2
Function
1
Total Plant
0
AA NNN
AAA NN
AA NN
0 Common Systems
1 Boiler 1
2 Boiler 2
Example
X1_H0 LAB10 CT001
System classification
System numbering
Equipment unit classification
X1
_
H
0
LAB
10
System Code
Block
Underscore
PLANT
CT
001
EB
01
Component
numbering
Component
classification
Equipment unit numbering
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I - 3.2.
Process-Related Identification
Process-related identification of systems and items of equipment according to their function in
mechanical, civil, electrical and control and instrumentation engineering.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
Title of breakdown
Total plant
level
Designation of data
G
character
Type of data
A or N
character
=
1
2
3
System code
Equipment unit code
Component code
F0
F1
F2
F3
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
A
AN
N
• Prefix symbol
For process-related code
• see chapter I - 3.1
• System classification
Classification of systems and plants as
per KKS Key (Chapter II)
• System numbering
Numbering subdivision of systems and plants into
subsystems and sections of plants
• Equipment unit classification
Classification of mechanical equipment, electrical and
control and instrumentation equipment as per KKS Key
(Chapter III)
• Equipment unit numbering
Numbering of mechanical equipment, electrical and control and
instrumentation equipment
• Additional code
for the equipment unit code
• Component classification
Classification of components, signals or signal applications
• Component numbering
Numbering of components, signals or signal applications
The data characters in parentheses ( ) may be omitted.
N
N
A3
B1
B2
(A)
A
A
BN
N
N
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I - 3.2.1.
System code
System code consists of three letters and two digits. No one of these symbols can be omitted.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
Title of breakdown
Total plant
level
Designation of data
G
character
Type of data
A or N
character
=
1
2
3
System code
Equipment unit code
Component code
F0
F1
F2
F3
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
A
AN
N
N
N
A3
B1
B2
BN
(A)
A
A
N N
• see chapter I - 3.1
• System classification
Classification of systems and plants as per KKS Key (Chapter II).
Coding letters and designations of the main groups F1 as given in the Function Key:
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
Grid and distribution systems
Power transmission and auxiliary power supply
Instrumentation and control systems
Instrumentation and control systems
Conventional fuel supply and residues disposal
Handling of nuclear equipment
Water supply and disposal
Conventional heat generation
Nuclear heat generation
Nuclear auxiliary systems
Steam, water, gas cycles
Main machine sets
Process energy supply for external users (e.g. district heating)
Cooling water systems
Auxiliary systems
Gas generation and treatment
Ancillary systems
Blocked
Structures
Blocked
Renewable energy plants, solar systems
Heavy machinery (not main machine sets)
Blocked
Workshop and office equipment.
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The subdivisions in F2 and F3 are given in the applicable Function Key (Chapter II).
Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of breakdown
level
Designation of data
character
Type of data
character
=
0
1
2
3
Total plant
System code
Equipment unit code
Component code
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
A
AN
N
N
N
A3
B1
B2
BN
(A)
A
A
N N
• System numbering
It is numbering subdivision of systems and plants into subsystems and sections of plants.
Numbering starts anew when one of the preceding code elements changes.
System numbering must consist of two digits. Redundant zeros must be written e.g. the fourth
section of a system which is classified with letters LAE will be designated LAE04.
Generally valid rules on the use of FN numbering are not expedient. It should be decided on a caseto-case basis which numbering convention is best suited to the extend and structure of the systems
and plants to be identified.
FN numbering is governed by the following principles:
• Numbering starts anew when one of the preceding code elements changes;
• Numbering may be consecutive or grouping;
• Numbering need not be continuous;
• Numbering conventions, once established, may not be altered, not even in the event of
changes made in the progress of planning;
• The direction of numbering coincides as a rule with that of fluid flow;
• FN numbering is governed by priorities (e.g. run pipe and branch pipe) or by a defined
direction of view (e.g. from left to right, from bottom to top);
• The possibility of later addition to the systems should be considered in the course of
numbering.
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I - 3.2.2.
Equipment Unit Code
Equipment Unit Code consists of two letters, three digits and sometimes one additional letter (data
character A3) which can be omitted.
The Equipment Unit identified in breakdown level 2 belongs always to the System designated in
breakdown level 1.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of breakdown
level
Designation of data
character
Type of data
character
=
0
1
2
3
Total plant
System code
Equipment unit code
Component code
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
A
AN
N
N
N
A3
B1
B2
BN
(A)
A
A
N N
• Equipment unit classification
Classification of mechanical equipment, electrical and control and instrumentation equipment as
per KKS Key (Chapter III).
Coding letters and designations of the main groups A1 as given in the Equipment Unit Key:
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H*)
J
Mechanical equipment
Mechanical equipment
Direct measuring circuits
Closed-loop control circuits
Analog and binary signal conditioning
Indirect measuring circuits
Electrical equipment
Subassemblies of main and heavy machinery
Nuclear assemblies
*)
Main group A1 = H may only be used in connection with the main groups of the system code
F1 = M “Main machine sets” and F1 = X “Heavy machinery”.
The subdivisions in A2 are given in the applicable Equipment Unit key (Chapter III).
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Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of breakdown
level
Designation of data
character
Type of data
character
=
0
1
2
3
Total plant
System code
Equipment unit code
Component code
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
A
AN
N
N
N
A3
B1
B2
BN
(A)
A
A
N N
• Equipment unit numbering
Numbering of mechanical equipment, electrical and control and instrumentation equipment.
The AN number of breakdown level 2 is used to number the items of equipment classified in A1 and
A2.
The AN number must consist of three digits. Redundant zeros must be written.
AN numbering may be consecutive or grouping. It is a common practice to apply 100s grouping: in
this case the first digit points the kind of equipment unit.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of breakdown
level
Designation of data
character
Type of data
character
=
0
1
2
3
Total plant
System code
Equipment unit code
Component code
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
A
AN
N
N
N
A3
B1
B2
BN
(A)
A
A
N N
• Additional code
For the equipment unit code.
The additional code is used for the numbering of:
• Pilot valves and overpressure protection equipment
• Multiple supplies for electric loads
• Measuring circuits which share one sensor.
The additional code can be omitted.
Further applications are subject to agreement between the parties to the project.
The additional code is not an alternative code for the components identified under breakdown
level 3.
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Component Code
A component designated in breakdown level 3 is a part of equipment unit identified in breakdown
level 2.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of breakdown
level
Designation of data
character
Type of data
character
=
0
1
2
3
Total plant
System code
Equipment unit code
Component code
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
A
AN
N
N
N
A3
B1
B2
BN
(A)
A
A
N N
• Component classification
Classification of components, signals or signal applications as per KKS Key.
Coding letters and designations of main groups B1 for components as given in the Component Key
and for signals and signal applications:
E
K
M
Q
X
Y
Z
Electrical components (to DIN 40719 Part 2)
Mechanical components
Mechanical components
Instrumentation and control components (non-electrical)
Signal origin
Signal application
Gated signal
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Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of breakdown
level
Designation of data
character
Type of data
character
=
0
1
2
3
Total plant
System code
Equipment unit code
Component code
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
A
AN
N
N
N
A3
B1
B2
BN
(A)
A
A
N N
• Component numbering
Numbering of components, signals and signal applications
Redundant zeros must be written.
The first digit is often used to point the kind (sort) of component designated in B1 B2.
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Point of Installation Identification
Identification of points of installation of electrical and instrumentation equipment in installation
units (e.g. in cabinets, panels, consoles)
Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of breakdown
level
Designation of data
character
Type of data
character
+
0
1
2
Total plant
Installation unit code
Installation space code
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
(A)
AN
(N)
(N)
A3
N
(A)
• Prefix symbol
for point of installation code
• see chapter I - 3.1
• Installation unit classification
Classifying subdivision of installation
units, e.g. cubicles, consoles, cabinets,
panels (Chapter II)
• Installation unit numbering
Numbering subdivision of installation units
• Breakdown symbol “full stop”
• Installation space code
Vertical subdivision (rows)
of installation spaces in installation units
• Installation space code
Horizontal subdivision (columns)
of installation spaces in installation units
• Additional code for installation space identification
Identification of special installation locations of components or further subdivision of AN
The data characters in parentheses ( ) may be omitted if the code remains unique. This is subject to
agreement between the parties to the project.
The “full stop” breakdown symbol must always be written.
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Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of breakdown
level
Designation of data
character
Type of data
character
+
Installation Unit Code
0
1
2
Total plant
Installation unit code
Installation space code
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
(A)
AN
(N)
(N)
A3
N
(A)
• Installation unit classification
Classifying subdivision of installation units, e.g. cubicles, consoles, cabinets, panels
Coding letters and designations of the main groups F1 as given in the Function Key:
A
B
C
D
Grid and distribution systems
Power transmission and auxiliary power supply
Instrumentation and control equipment
Instrumentation and control equipment (for use only when function codes CM to CT
are insufficient for the identification of system combinations)
The subdivisions in F2 and F3, are given in the applicable Function Key.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of breakdown
level
Designation of data
character
Type of data
character
+
0
1
2
Total plant
Installation unit code
Installation space code
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
(A)
AN
(N)
(N)
A3
N
(A)
• Installation unit numbering
Numbering subdivision of installation units
Numbering starts anew when the preceding code elements change. Redundant zeros must be written.
Details of application are subject to agreement between the parties to the project.
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Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of breakdown
level
Designation of data
character
Type of data
character
+
Installation Space Code
0
1
2
Total plant
Installation unit code
Installation space code
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
(A)
AN
(N)
(N)
A3
N
(A)
• Vertical subdivision (rows)
of installation spaces in installation units
• Horizontal subdivision (columns)
of installation spaces in installation units
• Additional code
Identification of special installation locations of components or further subdivision of AN
The number of data characters is governed by the necessary degree of detail of the coordinate
system. The data characters in parentheses ( ) may be omitted if the code remains unique.
Deviations with respect to the type of data character (A or N) and their quantity are allowed by
DIN 40719 Part 2 and are subject to agreement between the parties to the project.
There are also cases of deviations consisting in using the dividing symbol twice, and AN, e.g.
Y2BHB12.7.1, which means 1 lead-out from bay 7 at segment 12 section Y2 of switch gear BHB.
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Examples
Examples of the identification of installation spaces in panels
To identify the installation space, draw on front of the panel coordinate system origin
- so called grid. Subdivide for this aim the panel elevation into planes:
• horizontal (x axis)- the result of subdivision are lines (rows),
• vertical (y axis)- the result of subdivision are columns (spaces).
Such established grid after addressing can state the coordinate system.
The coordinate system made by construction (so called „constant grid”) appears in panels of
electronics, control rooms etc.
Examples:
X - axis
columns
Y- axis (lines)
front of the panel (service side)
lines
LINE A
LINE B
In result of horizontal subdivision of panel appears “the
lines” (rows), which are numbered by first letters in
alphabetic order used direction from top to bottom.
LINE C
direction of numbering
A
A
B
C
C
D
E
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
G
H
The identification of lines is stating
from the left top of the corner
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By means of coordinate grid, we are numbering the needed
places on the fixed line
+ A112C
.AA
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.AB
.AC
5
AA
1
60
60 1
60 1
CWA01.AL005
According to cubicles, divisions, sections etc. into which an
installation unit is subdivided, the identification of installation
spaces is determined by displacement of the coordinate system
origin KU
AL
.
+ CWA01.
+ CWA02
.
+ CWA03
AZ
15
1
150
A
+ CWA00
Where fittings which extend over several cubicles are numbered
over a separate position code is to be established, e.g. CWA00
CWA00.AK015
AK
AZ
+ CWA01
+ CWA02
Row E in the switchgear
BBA02
+ CWA03
+BAA02.E3C
+BAA02.E3B
1
2
3
+ BAA 02.E3A
The depth of installation spaces within drawers can be identified
with the aid of the additional code in data character A3
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Where installation space are installed outside the coordinate grid, the following identification is
available by :
•
•
Numbering starts from the coordinative system origin grid, proceeding in descending order from
1000 f.ex. against the direction of numbering and proceeding in ascending order from 500 f.ex. (
to the right from the last grid number point)
Using the first letter of breakdown level 2 of identification.
front side
989 993 997
0
500
5
KU
Range for
additional
fittings
505
509
168
Range for
additional
fittings
Additional fittings referenced to the grid.
X and Y zones are outside the grid.
A breakdown level 2 is used to identify the installation space.
Installation zone X
. XA
1
Grid zone
2
+XB002
1
2
Installation zone Y
. AA
1
. AB
2
. AC
3
.YA
+YA003
3
4
. XB
.YB
1
. XC
+XD004
1
. AZ
1
.XD
2
.YC
4
. ZN................... ZZ
27
+ ZN001
.YD
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C Instrumentation and Control System
Point of installation identification
CHA
CH
Level 1
Unit protection panels
Protections
01
02
04
03
05
06
07
08
09
10
CHA 05
Panel 05
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
I
J
K
Level 2
JA
Level
Data character
Example
JB
JB
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 09 09 10
4
5
6
0
1
2
A N A A A N N A A N N N A
A 0
C
H A 0
Unit
Prefix number
Panel
No. of panel
Place in panel
Place in set
Electronic module
Plate 4
Bottom of the plate 4
3
2
1
A
06
U
B
5
J
B
0
6
4
B
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Location Identification
Identification of locations in structures, on floors and in rooms and also of fire areas.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of breakdown
level
Designation of data
character
Type of data
character
+
0
1
2
Total plant
Structure code
Room code
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
(A)
A
AN
(N)
N
A3
N
(A)
• Prefix symbol
for the location code
• see chapter I - 3.1
• Structure classification
Classifying subdivision of structures
(outdoor area as well)
• Floor numbering
Numbering subdivision of structures into floors, storeys,
platforms, elevations, etc.
• Room classification
Identification of rooms and fire areas
R - room, S - fire area
• Room numbering
− Numbering of rooms and fire areas on each floor (number code)
or
− Identification of grid squares on each floor (coordinate system)
• Additional code
for subdivision of room number
The data characters in parentheses ( ) may be omitted if the code remains unique. This is subject to
agreement between the parties to the project.
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Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of breakdown
level
Designation of data
character
Type of data
character
+
Structure Code
0
1
2
Total plant
Structure code
Room code
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
A
AN
N
N
A3
N
A
• Structure classification
Classifying subdivision of structures (outdoor area as well)
Coding letters and designations for main groups F1 from the Function Key.
U - Structures
The subdivisions into F2 and F3 are given in the applicable Function Key (Chapter II).
Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of breakdown
level
Designation of data
character
Type of data
character
+
0
1
2
Total plant
Structure code
Room code
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
A
AN
N
N
A3
N
A
• Floor numbering
Numbering subdivision of structures into floors, storeys, platforms, elevations, etc.
Numbering begins anew for each structure. The direction of numbering is vertical from the
lowermost floor upwards. Details of application are subject to agreement between the parties to the
project.
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Room Code
The room code serves to identify physically separate and fictitious rooms in structures and in the
outdoor area.
Physically separate rooms in structures are identified by numbering, grid squares in the outdoor area
by coordinates. Fictitious rooms in structures may be identified by numbering or coordinate systems.
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Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of breakdown
level
Designation of data
character
Type of data
character
+
Room Identification by Numbering
0
1
2
Total plant
Structure code
Room code
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
(A)
A2
AN
(N)
N
A3
N
• Room classification
Identification of rooms and fire areas
Coding letters and designations for main group A1:
• R – Room (may be omitted if code remains unique)
• S – Fire area (must always be written)
• A2 is not used in numbered room codes
• Room numbering
Numbering of rooms and fire areas on each floor
Shafts and rooms which extend over more than one floor receive the room numbering of the
lowermost floor for all elevations. The 100s character may be omitted if no structure in the
total plant comprises more than 99 rooms. If this is not the case, all floor numbering codes
of the total plant must be written uniformly with three data characters in AN.
• Additional code
for subdivision of room number
(A)
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Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of breakdown
level
Designation of data
character
Type of data
character
+
Room Identification by Coordinates
0
1
2
Total plant
Structure code
Room code
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
A or N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
A
AN
(N)
N
A3
N
(A)
• Room classification
Data character A1 = R must always be written
• Coordinate on abscissa (alphanumeric)
The numeric data character may be omitted
• Coordinate on ordinate (numeric)
• Additional code for subdivision of grid
The dimensions of the grid squares should be established with the aid of suitably scaled coordinate
systems (see DIN 1356) relative to a surveyed origin (e.g. as per Gauß-Krüger).
The grid sizes and the meaning and type of the data characters (A or N) are subject to agreement
between the parties to the project.
Remark: The outdoor area is designated in the breakdown level 1 by symbols: UZT00.
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I -4. Notation of Codes
The code may be written with or without spacing but in such a way that it cannot be misinterpreted.
The allowable notations are fixed. Their use for any intended purpose is subject to agreement
between the parties to the project.
Spaced notation promotes the comprehensibility and mnemonic quality of codes. Codes may be
spaced by the insertion of blank spaces or interposing lines at predetermined points and by multipleline notation:
“small spacing” Blank spaces or interposing lines between the breakdown levels for codes which
do not have to be understood within a limited period of time;
“large spacing” Blank spaces or interposing lines between alpha and numeric elements within the
breakdown levels where the breakdown levels are more than 4 data characters long, for example for
codes in the control room, which have to be understood in a relatively short period of time.
Small spacing
With blank
spaces
With
interposing
lines
Multiple-line
Large spacing
AN AAANN AANNNA AANN
AN AAA NN AA NNNA AANN
or
or
NN AAANN AANNNA AANN
AN  AAANN  AANNNA  AANN
NN AAA NN AA NNNA AANN
AN  AAA  NN  AA  NNNA  AANN
or
or
NN  AAANN  AANNNA  AANN
AN AAANN
AANNNA
AANN
NN  AAA  NN  AA  NNNA  AANN
AN AAA NN
AA NNNA
AANN
or
or
NN AAANN
AANNNA
AANN
NN AAA NN
AA NNNA
AANN
Example:
or
or
or
08LBS60AA201
08LBS60 AA201
08 LBS60 AA201
08 LBS60
AA201
It is not allowed in the KKS system to apply any symbols like “ , ” (comma) “ . ” (point) (exception see chapter I - 2.2)
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I -5. General Notes
I - 5.1.
Rules on the Keys
The KKS key is divided into the following key parts:
• Function key (Chapter II)
• Equipment unit key (Chapter III)
• Component key
Specified below meanings, applied to KKS symbols, shall be understood in following way:
“blocked”
- specified alphabetical symbols should not be used (it is reserved
for KKS of future technologies in energy industries)
- After coordinating letter combination can be used
“reserve”
I - 5.2.
Assignment of System Codes to Mechanical Equipment and
Measuring Circuits
Equipment units are identified according to the system within the interfaces of which they are
located. Supply systems which serve only one equipment unit are identified on an equal footing as
subsystems of the system in which they are installed. Where an equipment unit serves as an interface
between two or more systems, its system code is assigned on the originator principle, i.e. according
to the system whose functions require the items concerned. Measuring circuits are identified
according to the system within the interfaces of which the sensor is installed.
I - 5.3.
Special Rules for Mechanical Engineering
I - 5.3.1.
Valves
Valves are identified on the equipment unit level by the letters AA regardless of their type, design or
actuator. Safety equipment, consisting of safety valves and their associated piping, are assigned to
the system to which they are connected.
Drains and vents are identified as far as the final isolation element – including double valves – or as
far as the open outlet as part of the drained or vented system (originator principle). This applies
analogously to supply systems.
System isolation valves for measuring circuits are identified on the level of the equipment unit code
by the classifying letters AA. Subsequent isolation and pressure equalization valves in the measuring
circuit are components of the measuring circuit and therefore classified as KA.
I - 5.3.2.
Mechanical Supports
Supports may be identified using the system code or the structure code. On breakdown level 2
supports should be identified by BQ.
Structure-related identification is expedient where different systems are held by shared supports.
System-related identification is expedient where the supported items are positively assignable to one
system.
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Mechanical Service Systems
Mechanical service systems which serve more than one main group identified on breakdown level 1
are identified as auxiliary or ancillary systems in separate main groups F1 by means of the following
coding letters:
G
K
Q
S
Water supply and disposal
Reactor auxiliary systems
Auxiliary systems
Ancillary systems
Example:
User (system)
Code
Supply system
Designation
Code
L..
Steam, water, gas cycles
Q..
M..
Main machine sets
Designation
Auxiliary systems
(common to L . . and M . .)
Where several mechanical systems identified differently in data characters F2 and F3 are connected to
one mechanical service system, the following code letters are used for the service systems on
breakdown level 1 in the data characters concerned as follows:
V
Lubricant supply system
W
Sealing fluid supply system
X
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment.
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A survey of the applications of the code letters W for sealing fluid supply system is given below:
User (system)
Code
LA .
Designation
Supply system
Code
Designation
LW .
Sealing fluid supply system for
steam, water, gas cycles (common to
LA . , LB . and LC .
LAW
Feed water sealing water system
(common to LAB, LAC and LAD)
Feed water system
LB .
Steam system
LC .
Condensate system
LAB
Feed water piping system
LAC
Feed water pump system
LAD
HP feed water heating system
I - 5.4.
Special Rules for Civil Engineering
The coding letter used in main group F1 is U for structures.
If several process-related systems are situated in one structure we designate this structure according
to the main, most important system.
Where individual structures for which separate structure codes exist are combined to form one
structure, that structure is given the code of the most important individual structure. Details of
application are subject to agreement between the parties to the project.
Special structures, ducting structures are designated in main group F1 with coding letter U and in
subgroup F3 with following coding letters:
X
special structures,
Y
bridge structures,
Z
ducting structures.
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Special Rules for Electrical and Control and Instrumentation
Engineering
I - 5.5.1.
Shared equipment
Combined electrical and control and instrumentation equipment
Combined electrical and control and instrumentation equipment, with or without a power unit (e.g.
housed in one cabinets), is identified on breakdown level 1 under letters CM to CT (subdivision for
system combinations) or D. If necessary, further grouping can be performed by using FN.
Transducer Racks, Supports, Frames
This auxiliary equipment is identified on breakdown level 1 using the code for the equipment
location (structure code), with the exception of auxiliaries for main machine sets and heavy
machinery (system code). On breakdown level 2, transducer racks, supports and frames are identified
by means of GZ.
Junction Boxes
On breakdown level 1, junction boxes receive the code of the structure and floor on which they are
installed. Exceptions are junction boxes for main machine sets and heavy machinery, and junction
boxes in electrical and control and instrumentation cubicles and cabinets; these are identified on
breakdown level 1 according to the associated main machine or heavy machine and cubicle or
cabinet respectively. On breakdown level 2 junction boxes are identified by means of A1 = G
(electrical equipment).
Connections
Connections are identified in accordance with DIN 40719 Part 2 by means of a dedicated code unit
which is preceded by the prefix symbol “ : ” (colon). This code unit can be combined with any
breakdown level as necessary for identification. Any combination of alpha and numerical symbols
appropriate to the requirements is acceptable for the identification of connections.
I - 5.5.2.
Electrical Equipment
Transformer Systems for Power Transmission and Auxiliary Power Supply
Transformers are identified on breakdown level 1. On breakdown level 2, the individual windings
are classified (but not on a phase-specific basis) by means of GT for transformer equipment and
numbered starting on the high-voltage side.
Measuring Transformers
The types of measuring transformers as well as their quantities in the given system are identified in
breakdown level 2 by letters GT and three digits. Particular cores and phases of measuring
transformers are identified in breakdown level 3 by component symbols “ –T ” and by two digits.
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Switch gear, Battery Chargers, Inverters and Battery Sets
These systems and items of equipment are identified regardless of equipment location in the
classifying section of breakdown level 1 in accordance with the rules for main group F1 = B. If the
letters available are insufficient, FN may be used. In such instances the first character of FN has a
classifying purpose. The second character of FN numbers the cubicles.
I - 5.5.3.
Control and Instrumentation Equipment
I - 5.5.3.1.
Measuring Circuits
Measuring circuits comprise analog signal acquisition, conditioning, distribution and measured data
recording and indicating processing elements. They are generally identified after the system within
the interfaces of which the sensor is installed.
On breakdown level 2, direct measuring circuits are identified by means of A1 = C, indirect
measuring circuits (gated or calculated) by means of A1 = F and A2 according to the measured
physical variable (e.g. pressure, temperature).
Equipment Unit-Specific Analog Signal Processing and Measuring Circuits
Equipment unit-specific analog signal processing elements comprise control and instrumentation
equipment which is only provided for one equipment unit such as control interface, protective logics,
instruments in the feeder and command termination for final control elements. These analog signal
processing elements receive the code of the equipment unit concerned.
Function-Specific Analog Signal Processing
Function-specific analog signal processing elements comprise gates between more than one
measuring circuit and / or equipment unit-specific analog signal processing elements for systems
such as open-loop control (but not control interfaces). They encompass the control and
instrumentation equipment for more than one equipment unit and are identified on breakdown level 2
by means of A1 = E (analog and binary signal conditioning). A2 identifies control and
instrumentation functions (e.g. alarm gating, subgroup control).
Function-Interfacing Analog Signal Processing
Where control and instrumentation equipment serves more than one process system identified in F2
and F3, the letter Y for generic control and protection systems may be used in the appropriate data
character on breakdown level 1. Control and instrumentation equipment which serves more than one
main group may be identified under main group C for control and instrumentation, e.g. unit control
system = CJA.
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Example:
Process-related systems
Code
LAB
Designation
Generic control and instrumentation equipment
Code
Designation
Feed water piping system
LAC
Feed water pump system
LAD
HP feed water heating system
LA .
Feed water system
LB .
Steam system
MAA
HP turbine
MAB
IP turbine
MAP
LP turbine bypass
H..
Conventional heat generation
L..
Steam, water, gas cycles
M..
Main machine sets
LAY
Control and protection system for feed
water system
(common to LAB,LAC and LAD)
LY .
Control and protection system for steam,
water, gas cycles
(common to LA . and LB . )
MAY
Electrical control and protection equipment
for steam turbine plant
CJA
Unit control system
(common to H . . , L . . and M . . )
Given the possibilities shown in the table, it is not practicable to meet all possible requirements for
identification of discrete process-related function (e.g. functional group control). Thus for example,
it may be necessary to use items which are identified differently on breakdown level 1 (main system
and associated parts of auxiliary and ancillary systems) in order to fulfil a given process-related task
(functional group). Identification of the functional groups involved in process-related tasks so as to
relate them to the principal task concerned may be performed by using the alpha characters in F1...F3
of the principal process-related task.
In this application, however, a suitable identifier such as a prefixed Y should be used to indicate that
a software coding unit is concerned, thus to rule out confusion with process-related codes. This code
is subject to agreement between the parties to the project.
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Analog Signal Gating
In principle, it is true of signal linking functions that the code of the signal to be processed is retained
after the gating element, e.g. for alarm gating.
Gated analog signals representing physically similar direct measured variables are identified by
means of a set number, e.g. “9”, in the first data character of AN and retain the code of the physical
variable in data character A2.
Gated analog signals representing physically dissimilar indirect measured variables are identified by
means of A2 = U (combined variables) provided the output variable is dimensionless.
Where signals or measured data are used to limit or suppress the original measured data, the
processed output signals retain the code of the original measured data.
Where measured data are corrected (e.g. flow measurement corrected for pressure and temperature)
and if only the corrected measured data are further processed, the codes stay the same as those of the
origin measured data in spite of the gating of dissimilar measured data.
Where a distinction is to be made between calculated analog data after analog data gating functions
and the original measured data, the indirect (calculated) measured variables are identified by means
of A1 = F (indirect measuring circuits). Identification in data character A2 is governed by the
physical variable.
I - 5.5.3.2.
Closed-Loop Control Circuits
The principles for the identification of measuring circuits apply analogously to the identification of
closed-loop control circuits on breakdown level 1. Every control loop and every closed-loop control
circuit comprises measuring, control and positioning elements regardless of whether electrical,
pneumatic, hydraulic or other items of equipment are used. Closed-loop controls are identified
according to the controlles variable and not after the measuring circuits which serves the control or
the final control element on which the control acts.
I - 5.5.3.3.
Signals and Signal Applications
Breakdown level 3 is used to identify signals and their applications. For this purpose, data character
B1 can contain:
X
Signal origins
Y
Signal applications
Z
Gated signals
No generally valid rules have been made for signal and application areas. They should be established
individually for different control and instrumentation concepts.
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II -1. Introduction
Breakdown level 1
System (function)
Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of
breakdown level
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
0
1
2
3
Total plant
System (function)
Equipment unit
Component
G
F0
F1 F2 F3
FN A1 A2
A or N
N
A A A
NN A A
AN
A3
B1 B2
N N N (A) A A
BN
N N
see chapter I-3.1.
see chapter I-3.2.1.
The alphabetical symbols of this breakdown level are used to classify and divide the overall plant
into subsystems, systems or building structures.
24 Roman letters except I and O are used as alphabetical symbols. It is not allowed to use any other
letters.
Wherever possible, all three alphabetical symbols are permanently allocated, including their
associated boundary constraints and task allotment in modern power plant technology.
Coding letters of the main groups F1 are specified on next and the subdivisions in F2 and F3 are given
in the present chapter II.
The numerical digits count and subdivide the unit (e.g. sections of piping system, cubicles, floors of
buildings etc.) coded in the last alphabetical symbol.
New KKS symbols are mostly marked on Process and Instrument diagrams.
Usually the code is written above the line:
09LBA11
or the “flag” symbol represents codes for piping. The flag points in the direction of fluid flow.
System
One should remember, that the code of a system must consist of five symbols: three letters and two
numerical symbols. No one of these symbols can be omitted.
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A
Grid and distribution systems
B
Power transmission and auxiliary electrical power supply
C
Instrumentation and control systems
D
Control systems
E
Conventional fuel supply and residues disposal
F*
Handling of nuclear equipment
G
Water supply and disposal
H
Conventional heat generation
J*
Nuclear heat generation
K*
Nuclear auxiliary systems
L
Steam, water, gas cycles
M
Main machine sets
N
Process energy supply for external users (e.g. district heating)
P
Cooling water systems
Q
Auxiliary systems
R
Gas generation and treatment
S
Ancillary systems
Blocked
T
U
Structures
Blocked
V
W
Solar systems
X
Heavy machinery (not main machine sets)
Blocked
Y
Z
Workshop and office equipment
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II - 2.1. A - GRID AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS (FOR
ELECTRIC POWER PLANTS, THERMOELECTRIC
POWER PLANTS AND HEATING PLANTS)
A
AA
blocked
AB
Systems > 420 kV
AC
Systems 380 - (420) kV
AD
Systems 220 - (245) kV
AE
Systems 110 - (150) kV
AF
Systems 60 - (72) kV
AG
Systems 45 - (60) kV
AH
Systems 30 - (35) kV
AJ
Systems 20 - (25) kV
AK
Systems 10 - (15) kV
AL
Systems 6 - (5) kV
AM
Systems 1 - (3) kV
AN
Systems < 1 kV
AP
Control consoles
AQ
Measuring and counting systems (metering equipment)
AR
Electrical protection systems (protection equipment)
AS
Boards and cubicles of decentralized auxiliary electric installations
AT
Electrical installations related to transformers
AU
Control, annunciation and auxiliary systems
AV
Marshalling cubicles
AW
Instrument setting panels
AX
Centralized instrumentation and controls
AY
Communication installations and equipment
AZ
blocked
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ABA…ABS
ABT
ABU…ABZ
SYSTEMS > 420 kV
Switch gears over 420 kV
Transformers
Switch gears over 420 kV
AC
ACA…ACS
ACT
ACU…ACZ
SYSTEMS 380 - (420) kV
Switch gears 380 - 420 kV
Transformers
Switch gears 380 - 420 kV
AD
ADA…ADS
ADT
ADU…ADZ
SYSTEMS 220 - (245) kV
Switch gears 220 - (245) kV
Transformers
Switch gears 220 - (245) kV
AE
AEA…AES
AET
AEU…AEZ
SYSTEMS 110 - (150) kV
Switch gears 110 - (150) kV
Transformers
Switch gears 110 - (150) kV
AF
AFA…AFS
AFT
AFU…AFZ
SYSTEMS 60 - (72) kV
Switch gears 60 - (72) kV
Transformers
Switch gears 60 - (72) kV
AG
AGA…AGS
AGT
AGU…AGZ
SYSTEMS 45 - (50) kV
Switch gears 45 - (50) kV
Transformers
Switch gears 45 - (50) kV
AH
AHA…AHS
AHT
AHU…AHZ
SYSTEMS 30 - (35) kV
Switch gears 30 - (35) kV
Transformers
Switch gears 30 - (35) kV
AJ
AJA…AJS
AJT
AJU…AJZ
SYSTEMS 20 - (25) kV
Switch gears 20 - (25) kV
Transformers
Switch gears 20 - (25) kV
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AK
AKA…AKS
AKT
AKU…AKZ
SYSTEMS 10 - (15) kV
Switch gears 10 - (15) kV
Transformers
Switch gears 10 - (15) kV
AL
ALA…ALS
ALT
ALU…ALZ
SYSTEMS 6 - (5) kV
Switch gears 6 - (5) kV
Transformers
Switch gears 6 - (5) kV
AM
AMA…AMS
AMT
AMU…AMZ
SYSTEMS 1 - (3) kV
Switch gears 1 - (3) kV
Transformers
Switch gears 1 - (3) kV
AN
ANA…ANC
AND
ANE…ANH
ANJ
ANK…ANN
ANP
ANQ…ANS
ANT
ANU…ANW
ANX…ANZ
SYSTEMS < 1 kV
3-phase and 1-phase AC switch gears 500 V ÷ 1000 V
blocked
3-phase and 1-phase AC switch gears < 500 V
blocked
220 VDC and 110 VDC switch gears
blocked
60 VDC and 48 VDC switch gears
blocked
24 VDC and 12 VDC switch gears
blocked
AP
APA…APZ
CONTROL CONSOLES
Control consoles
AQ
AQA…AQZ
MEASURING AND COUNTING SYSTEMS (METERING EQUIPMENT)
Measuring and counting systems
AR
ARA…ARZ
ELECTRICAL PROTECTION SYSTEMS (PROTECTION EQUIPMENT)
Electrical protection systems
AS
BOARDS AND CUBICLES OF DECENTRALIZED AUXILIARY
ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS
Systems related to electric power circuit breaker
Multiplication, conversion and decoupling system.
Systems related to transformers, transducers and converters
Systems related to compressed air and to hydraulics installations
blocked
Instrumentations and controls
blocked
Grid simulation with voltage group selection mimic systems
Measurement
Auxiliary services
Recording
ASA
ASB
ASC
ASD
ASE…ASH
ASJ
ASK
ASL
ASM
ASN
ASP
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ASQ
ASR
ASS
AST
ASU
ASV
ASW
ASX
ASY, ASZ
Metering
Electrical protections
Synchronization
Transformation
Panels and cabinets for auxiliary equipment
Group, intermediate and general terminal blocks
Indication, manual operation, monitoring
Alarm annunciation installations
blocked
AT
ATA…ATZ
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS RELATED TO TRANSFORMERS
Installations related to transformers
AU
AUA…AUZ
CONTROL, ANNUNCIATION AND AUXILIARY SYSTEMS
Control, annunciation and auxiliary systems
AV
AVA…AVZ
MARSHALLING CUBICLES
Marshalling cubicles
AW
AWA…AWZ
INSTRUMENT SETTING PANELS
Instrument setting panels
AX
AXA…AXZ
CENTRALIZED INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROLS
Centralized instrumentation and controls
AY
AYA
AYB
AYC
AYD
AYE
AYF
AYG
AYH
AYJ
AYK
AYL
AYM
AYN
AYP
AYQ, AYR
AYS
AYT…AYZ
COMMUNICATION INSTALLATIONS AND EQUIPMENT
Telephone system (PABX)
Control console telephone system
Acoustic annunciation alarm installation
Optical annunciation alarm installation
Fire annunciation alarm installation
Clock system
Remote control system
Telemetry system
Remote metering system
H.F. carrier telephone system
Staff paging system, wireless
Staff paging system, inductive
Staff paging system, hardwired
Optical monitoring system
blocked
Radiotelephone system
blocked
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ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY
B
BA
Power transmission
BB
Medium-voltage distribution boards and transformers, normal system
BC
Medium-voltage distribution boards and transformers, general purpose
BD
Medium-voltage emergency distribution boards and transformers (diesel)
emergency power system 1
BE
BF
BG
blocked
Low-voltage main distribution boards and transformers, normal system
blocked
BH
Low-voltage main distribution boards and transformers, general purpose
BJ
Low-voltage subdistribution boards and transformers, normal system
BK
Low-voltage switch gears for lighting, HVAC, elevators, workshops, etc
powered from main switch gears BF or BH
BL
Low-voltage subdistribution boards and transformers, general purpose
BM
Low-voltage distribution boards and transformers (diesel) emergency power
system 1
BN
Low-voltage distribution boards and transformers (diesel) emergency power
system 2
BP
Power installations for large variable-speed drives
BQ
BR
BS
blocked
Low-voltage distribution boards (converter), emergency power system 1
blocked
BT
Battery systems
BU
DC distribution boards, normal system
BV
DC distribution boards, emergency power system 1
BW
DC distribution boards, emergency power system 2
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Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
BY
Control and protection equipment
BZ
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BAA
BAB
BAC
BAD…BAS
BAT
BAU
BAV, BAW
BAX
BAY
BAZ
BB
BBA
BBB…BBS
BBT
BBU…BBW
BBX
BBY
BBZ
BC
BCA
BCB
BCC
BCD
BCE
BCF
BCG
BCH
BCJ
BCK
BCL
BCM
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Generator leads. Generator’s bus bars in connection with star-point and bus bars
from neutral bushing insulators of phase outputs to insulators of unit transformer,
to insulators of auxiliary transformer and to insulators of excitation transformer,
together with current and voltage transformers and also with cooling system of
these bus bars.
Installation in compartment under generator
Generator circuit breaker, also commutation pole circuit breaker, including cooling
system
blocked
Unit transformer including cooling system
Grounding and overvoltage protection (at voltage generator level)
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
MEDIUM-VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION BOARDS AND TRANSFORMERS,
NORMAL SYSTEM
Switch gear 6 kV of unit auxiliaries
Medium-voltage switch gears of unit auxiliaries
Unit auxiliary transformer
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
MEDIUM-VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION BOARDS AND TRANSFORMERS,
GENERAL PURPOSE
Switch gear 6 kV of general unit auxiliaries
Switch gear 6 kV of general unit auxiliaries
Switch gear 6 kV of coal feeding and ash removal systems
Switch gear 6 kV heating plant
Switch gear 6 kV of external ash removal system
Switch gear 6 kV of milling lime stone
Switch gear 6 kV of external ash removal
Switch gear 6 kV of heavy mobile equipment terminal
Switch gear 6 kV of external ash removal system
Switch gear 6 kV of general services
Switch gear 6 kV of general services
Switch gear 6 kV of back-up facilities
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BCN
BCP…BCS
BCT
BCU...BCV
BCW
BCX...BCY
BCZ
BD
BDA…BDS
BDT
BDU…BDW
BDX
BDY
BDZ
BF
BFA
BFB
BFC
BFD
BFE
BFF
BFG…BFS
BFT…BFW
BFX
BFY
BFZ
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Switch gear 6 kV of back-up facilities
Medium-voltage switch gears of plant auxiliaries
Stand-by-starting and general services transformer, supplying power for switch
gears
Medium-voltage switch gears of general auxiliary services
Switch gear 6 kV of pump station
Medium-voltage switch gears of general auxiliary services
Switch gear 6 kV of pump station
MEDIUM-VOLTAGE EMERGENCY DISTRIBUTION BOARDS AND
TRANSFORMERS (DIESEL) EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEM 1
Medium-voltage switch gears of emergency power for plant auxiliary services
(powered for example by diesel units) and their supplying transformers
Transformer of unit auxiliaries feeding switch gear s as above
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
LOW-VOLTAGE MAIN DISTRIBUTION BOARDS AND
TRANSFORMERS, NORMAL SYSTEM
Main switch gear 0.4 kV of unit auxiliaries
Reserve
Switch gear 0.4 kV of unit auxiliaries located in boiler house
Reserve
Switch gear 0.4 kV of unit auxiliaries of ESP (electrostatic precipitator)
Switch gear 0.4 kV of unit auxiliaries of ESP (electrostatic precipitator)
Low-voltage switch gears of unit auxiliaries
Transformers supplying power for switch gears as above – order according to
secondary voltage levels, counted from higher voltages to lower voltages
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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BHA
BHB
BHC...BHF
BHG
BHH
BHJ
BHK
BHL
BHM
BHN
BHP
BHQ
BHR
BHS
BHT
BHU...BHV
BHW
BHX
BHY
BHZ
BJ
BJA
BJB
BJC…BJF
BJG
BJH
BJJ
BJK
BJL…BJQ
BJR
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LOW-VOLTAGE MAIN DISTRIBUTION BOARDS AND
TRANSFORMERS, GENERAL PURPOSE
Main switch gear 0.4 kV of unit auxiliary services
Main switch gear 0.4 kV of unit auxiliary services
Low-voltage switch gears of plant auxiliary services
Switch gear 0.4 kV of hydrophore house
Switch gear 0.4 kV of repairing workshop
Switch gear 0.4 kV of coal gap bunker
Switch gear 0.4 kV of coal storage site
Switch gear 0.4 kV of stand-by power supply for electrostatic precipitators
Switch gear 0.4 kV of coal feeding system
Switch gear 0.4 kV of ash removal system
Main lighting switch gear 0.4 kV
Main lighting switch gear 0.4 kV
Low-voltage switch gears of plant auxiliary services
Switch gear 0.4 kV of ash removal and dust extraction
Main reduction transformers 6/0.4 kV of plant auxiliaries
Low-voltage switch gears of plant auxiliaries
Switch gear 0.4 kV
Switch gear 0.4 kV of water treatment plant
Switch gear 0.4 kV of waste-water treatment plant
Switch gear 0.4 kV of pump station
LOW-VOLTAGE SUBDISTRIBUTION BOARDS AND TRANSFORMERS,
NORMAL SYSTEM
Switch gear 0.4 kV
Switch gear 0.4 kV of boiler house
Reserve
Switch gear 0.4 kV of auxiliary voltage
Switch gear 0.4 kV of coal feeding system
Switch gear 0.4 kV of auxiliary voltage
Switch gear 0.4 kV of soot blowers
Reserve
Switch gear 0.4 kV of ash removal system
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BJS
BJT
BJU...BJV
BJW
BJX
BJY
BJZ
Switch gear 0.4 kV of electrode rappers
Reducing transformer nN1/ nN2 supplying power for above switch gear
blocked
Power feeder cubicle 380/220V
Switch gear 0.4 kV of annealers
Switch gear 0.4 kV of drying motors
blocked
BK
LOW-VOLTAGE SWITCH GEARS FOR LIGHTING, HVAC,
ELEVATORS, WORKSHOPS, ETC POWERED FROM MAIN SWITCH
GEARS BF OR BH
Lighting switch gear 0.4 kV
Lighting switch gear 0.4 kV
Lighting switch gear 0.4 kV
Lighting switch gear 0.4 kV
Lighting switch gear 0.4 kV in switch gear rooms
HVAC switch gear 0.4 kV of unit 1 and 2 control room and DIRE
Switch gear 0.4 kV
Reserve
Switch gear 0.4 kV for elevators
Reserve
Emergency lighting switch gear 0.4 kV - inverters
Reserve
Power outlets switch gear 0.4 kV
Switch gear 0.4 kV of supplying power for workshops
Reserve
HVAC switch gear 0.4 kV
HVAC switch gear 0.4 kV
Reserve
BKA
BKB
BKC
BKD
BKE
BKF
BKG
BKH…BKK
BKL
BKM, BKN
BKP
BKQ
BKR
BKS
BKT, BKU
BKV
BKW
BKX…BKZ
BL
BLA…BLS
BLT
BLU…BLV
BLW
BLX
BLY
BLZ
BM
BMA…BMX
BMY
BMZ
LOW-VOLTAGE SUBDISTRIBUTION BOARDS AND TRANSFORMERS,
GENERAL PURPOSE
Low-voltage switch gears of general plant auxiliary services supplied directly or
indirectly through transformers NN1/NN2 by main switch gear BH
Plant auxiliaries reducing voltage transformer 6/0,4kV
blocked
Switch gear 0.4 kV of ash sprinkling water pumps - B3BLW
Switch gear 0.4 kV of loads regulation cooling tower system
Control and protection equipment
blocked
LOW-VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION BOARDS AND TRANSFORMERS
(DIESEL) EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEM 1
Reserve
Switch gear 0.4 kV of drying motors of general needs
blocked
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BNX
BNY
BNZ
LOW-VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION BOARDS AND TRANSFORMERS
(DIESEL) EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEM 2
Low-voltage switch gears of emergency power for plant auxiliary services
(powered for instance from diesel units)
Transformers supplying power for switch gears as above – order according to
secondary voltage levels, counted from higher voltages to lower
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
BP
BPA…BPU
BPV, BPW
BPX
BPY
BPZ
POWER INSTALLATIONS FOR LARGE VARIABLE-SPEED DRIVES
Power electrical installations for variable speed control of high power drives
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
BR
LOW-VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION BOARDS (CONVERTER),
EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEM 1
Switch gear 220 V
Unit switch gear 220 V
AC UPS (Uninterrupted power supply) low-voltage switch gears
Rotary DC/AC inverter
Static (thyristor) DC/AC inverter
Static (thyristor) DC/AC inverter
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
BNA…BNS
BNT…BNW
BRA
BRB
BRC…BRS
BRT
BRU
BRV
BRW
BRX
BRY
BRZ
BT
BTA…BTK
BTL…BTV
BTW
BTX
BTY, BTZ
BU
BUA…BUS
BUT
BUU
BUV
BUW
BUX
BUY
BUZ
BV
BVA…BVS
BVT…BVW
BVX
BVY
BATTERY SYSTEMS
Batteries. Order according to voltage levels, counted from higher voltages to lower.
Charging installations for batteries. Order according to voltage levels, counted
from higher voltages to lower.
Battery 220 VDC
Rectifier 24 VDC
Common installations
DC DISTRIBUTION BOARDS, NORMAL SYSTEM
Main DC switch gears (supplying power in normal operation conditions). Order
according to voltage levels, counted from higher voltages to lower.
blocked
Switch gear 220 VDC
Switch gear 220 VDC
Switch gear 220 VDC
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
DC DISTRIBUTION BOARDS, EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEM 1
Emergency DC switch gears. Order according to voltage levels, counted from
higher voltages to lower.
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
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BW
BWA…BWS
BWT…BWW
BWX
BWY
BWZ
BX
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DC DISTRIBUTION BOARDS, EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEM 2
Emergency DC switch gears. Order according to voltage levels, counted from
higher voltages to lower.
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
BXA…BXU
BXV…BXZ
FLUID SUPPLY SYSTEM FOR CONTROL AND PROTECTION
EQUIPMENT
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
blocked
BY
BYA…BYU
BYV…BYZ
CONTROL AND PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
Control and protection installations
blocked
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C
CA
Interlocks
CB
Functional group control, partial control
CC
Binary signal conditioning
CD
Individual drive control
CE
Annunciation
CF
Metering, recording
CG
Analog control ( not including actuators )
CH
Protection
CJ
Unit control system
CK
Computer system
CL
Reactors protection
CM
Units control system
CN
General auxiliary installation control systems
CO
Overall instructions
CP
Instrumentation and control systems
CQ
Instrumentation and control systems
CR
Instrumentation and control systems
CS
Instrumentation and control systems
CT
Auxiliary instrumentation and control systems
CU
Electrical supply for automatic systems
CV
Marshalling racks
CW
Control rooms
CX
Local control panels
CY
Communication equipment
CZ
blocked
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CA
CAA…CAQ
CAR…CAY
CAZ
INTERLOCKS
Interlock cubicles
Interlock cubicles of nuclear plants
blocked
CB
CBA
CBB
CBC
CBD
CBE
CBF
CBG
CBH…CBN
CBP
CBQ
CBR…CBY
CBZ
FUNCTIONAL AND PARTIAL GROUP CONTROL
Sootblower control
Precipitator control
Turbine and turbine protections
Boiler and boiler protections
Water-steam systems
Vibrations
Switch-gear rooms
Functional group and individual control cubicles
Synchronisation cubicles
Cubicles for change over - SZR automatics
Functional group control cubicles in nuclear plants
blocked
CC
CCA…CCQ
CCR…CCY
CCZ
BINARY SIGNAL CONDITIONING
Cubicles for signal conditioning
Signal conditioning cubicles in nuclear plants
blocked
CD
CDA…CDQ
CDR…CDY
CDZ
INDIVIDUAL DRIVE CONTROL
Individual drive control cubicles
Individual drive control cubicles in nuclear plants
blocked
CE
CEA…CEH
CEJ
CEK
CEL… CEQ
CER…CEY
CEZ
ANNUNCIATION
Cubicles for information, fault and alarm annunciation systems
Cubicles for disturbance signals for boiler part
Cubicles for disturbance signals for turbine part
Disturbance signals recording
Disturbance signal cubicles in nuclear plants
blocked
CF
CFA…CFF
CFG…CFK
CFL…CFP
CFQ
CFR…CFY
CFZ
METERING, RECORDING
Metering cubicles
Reactor measurement cubicles
Radiation measurement cubicles
Account measurement cubicles (counters, recorders)
Account measurement cubicles in nuclear plants
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CG
CGA
CGB
CGC…CGH
CGJ…CGQ
CGR…CGY
CGZ
ANALOG CONTROL (NOT INCLUDING ACTUATORS)
Regulation cubicles for boiler part
Regulation cubicles for turbine part
Regulation cubicles
Reactor regulation cubicles
Regulation cubicles in nuclear plants
blocked
CH
CHA
CHB
CHC, CHD
CHE
CHF…CHL
CHM
CHN
CHP…CHY
CHZ
PROTECTION
Unit protection cubicles
Earth protection cubicles of 6 kV switch gear
Protection cubicles of generator and transformer
Earth protection cubicles of 6 kV switch gear
Protections
Earth protection cubicles of 6 kV switch gear
Earth protection cubicles of 220 V DC switch gear
Protections
blocked
CJ
CJA
CJB
CJC
CJD
CJE
CJF
CJG
CJH
CJJ…CJN
CJP…CJT
CJU…CJY
CJZ
UNIT CONTROL SYSTEM
Unit control system with cubicles
Monitoring unit control panels (e.g. LVS)
blocked
Start-up control system with the cubicles
blocked
Boiler control system with the cubicles
Burners management control system
blocked
Cubicles I&C system for steam turboset
Control cubicles for gas turboset
Control system for other main machines and auxiliary equipment
blocked
CK
CKA
CKB
CKC, CKD
CKE
CKF…CKH
CKJ
CKK
CKL
CKM
CKN
CKP…CKV
CKW
CKX, CKY
CKZ
COMPUTER SYSTEM
Local stations and servers
Printers
Diagnosis, engineering stations, programmators, etc.
ETHERNET computer components
Diagnosis, engineer stations etc.
Operator stations PME
Operator stations of control room
Operator stations
Diagnosis computer
System servers
Computer systems
Data of energy production system
Computer systems
blocked
CM
CMA…CMZ
UNIT CONTROL SYSTEM
Unit control system with cubicles
CN
CNA
GENERAL AUXILIARY INSTALLATION CONTROL SYSTEM
Control System
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CNB
CNC
CND
CNE
CNF…CNR
CNS…CNZ
Control System
Control System)
Control System
Control System
General auxiliary installation control cubicles
blocked
CO
COA
OVERALL INSTRUCTIONS
Design manual
CT
CTA
CTB
CTC
CTD
CTE
CTF
CTG…CTY
CTZ
AUXILIARY INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL CUBICLES
Auxiliary protection cubicles for generator and transformer
Auxiliary cubicles for generator
Auxiliary cubicles for turbine
Local cubicles for ESP electrostatic precipitator
Local cubicles for auxiliary boiler equipment
Local cubicles for auxiliary turbine equipment
reserve
blocked
CU
CUA
CUB
CUC…CUF
CUG
CUH…CUJ
CUK
CUL...CUQ
CUR…CUY
CUZ
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY FOR AUTOMATIC SYSTEMS
Electrical supply cubicles
Supply cubicles for coal handling and ash handling PLC controllers
Electrical supply cubicles
Cubicles for excitation
reserve
Operator station’s supply cubicles
reserve
Regulation - drive level , nuclear plants
blocked
CV
CVA…CVZ
MARSHALLING RACKS
Marshalling cubicles and cabinets
CW
CWA…CWE
CWF…CWP
CWQ…CWY
CWZ
CONTROL ROOMS
Control desks
Control cubicles and panels
Cubicles and panels for electrical equipment and electrical supply
blocked
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CXA…CXD
CXE
CXF
CXG
CXH
CXJ, CXK
CXL
CXM
CXN…CXP
CXQ
CXR…CXY
CXZ
LOCAL CONTROL PANELS AND CUBICLES
Local control cubicles
Cubicles for coal handling and ash disposal control systems
reserve
Cubicles for pumping station control system
Cubicles for pumping station control system
reserve
Cubicles for district heating control system
Cubicles of fuel oil pumping station control system
reserve
Cubicles of turbine oil pumping station control system
reserve
blocked
CY
CYA
CYB
CYC
CYD
CYE
CYF
CYG
CYH
CYJ
CYK
CYL
CYM
CYN
CYP
CYQ
CYR
CYS
CYT
CYU…CYZ
COMMUNICATION
Telephone system
Control console telephone system
Alarm system (acoustic)
Alarm system ( optical)
Fire alarm system
Clock system
Telemechanics
Telemetry system
Telemetry-meters
Hi carrier telephone system
Staff paging system (wireless)
Staff paging system (inductive)
Staff paging system hardwired
Optical monitoring system
blocked
Pneumatic tube conveyor
Radio telephone system
Transmission of signals ARNE and ARCM
blocked
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D
DAA…DAZ
for free use only when the function keys CM
to DYA…DYZ
and CP..CS in the main group C are insufficient for the identification
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II - 2.5. E – CONVENTIONAL FUEL SUPPLY AND RESIDUES
DISPOSAL
E
EA
Unloading and storage of solid fuels
EB
Mechanical treatment of solid fuels (Crushing, mixing, drying, etc.)
EC
Distribution of solid fuels
ED
Chemical treatment of solid fuels incl. residues removal
(e.g. desulphurization plant)
EE
Conversion of solid fuels
(Gas generation and treatment see function key R)
EF
blocked
EG
Supply of liquid fuels
EH
Chemical treatment of liquid fuels incl. residues removal
EJ
blocked
EK
Supply of gaseous fuels
EL
Chemical treatment of gaseous fuels incl. residues removal
EM
blocked
EN
Supply of other fuels (use only for combinations of different fuel types)
EP
Treatment of other fuels (use only for combinations of different fuel types)
EQ
Conversion of other fuels (use only for combinations of different fuel types)
ER
Ignition fuel supply
ES
blocked
ET
Ash and slag removal system
EU
Treatment and transport system for combustion, fuel treatment, fuel
conversion, flue gas cleaning, gas generation residues
EV
Lubricant supply system
EW
Sealing fluid supply system
EX
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
EY
Control and protection equipment
EZ
blocked
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EA
EAA
EAB
EAC
EAD
EAE
EAF
EAG…EAS
EAT
EAU
EAV
EAW
EAX
EAY
EAZ
UNLOADING AND STORAGE OF SOLID FUELS
Ship unloading system
Rail wagon and truck unloading bay
Transport system
Stacking system
Bunker system, storage area (stockyard)
Bucket wheel system, reclaimer system
blocked
Weighing equipment
Sampling equipment
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
EB
MECHANICAL TREATMENT OF SOLID FUELS (CRUSHING, MIXING,
DRYING, ETC.)
Transport system
Mixing system
Crushing system, pulverizing system
Screening system
Separator system and discharge equipment thereof - unless not structural part of
one of the former systems (EBA to EBD)
Temporary storage system for milled raw coal
Pre drying system
Main drying system
Dried coal transport system incl. aftercooling
Dried coal temporary storage system
Vapor compressor system
Exhaust system
blocked
Residues removal system
blocked
Weighing equipment
Sampling equipment
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
EBA
EBB
EBC
EBD
EBE
EBF
EBG
EBH
EBJ
EBK
EBL
EBM
EBN…EBQ
EBR
EBS
EBT
EBU
EBV
EBW
EBX
EBY
EBZ
EC
ECA
ECB
ECC
ECD
ECE…ECG
ECH
DISTRIBUTION OF SOLID FUELS
Conveyor system from storage system to bunkers
Shuttle conveyor system
Conveyor system from bunkers to hoppers
Coal mobile equipment
Distribution of solid fuels (available for subdivision according to transport
systems)
Inclined conveyor system
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ECR
ECS
ECT
ECU
ECV, ECW
ECX
ECY
ECZ
ED
EDA…EDU
EDV
EDW
EDX
EDY
EDZ
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Distribution of solid fuels (available for subdivision according to transport
systems)
Dust collection
Distribution of solid fuels (available for subdivision according to transport
systems)
Weighing equipment
Sampling equipment
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
CHEMICAL TREATMENT OF SOLID FUELS INCL. RESIDUES
REMOVAL (E.G. DESULFURIZATION PLANT)
Chemical treatment of solid fuels incl. residues removal (e.g. desulphurization
plant)
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
EEA…EEU
EEV
EEW
EEX
EEY
EEZ
CONVERSION OF SOLID FUELS (GAS GENERATION AND
TREATMENT SEE FUNCTION KEY R)
Conversion of solid fuels
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
EG
EGA
EGB
EGC
EGD
EGE…EGQ
EGR
EGS
EGT
EGU
EGV
EGW
EGX
EGY
EGZ
SUPPLY OF LIQUID FUELS
Receiving equipment incl. pipeline
Tank farm
Pump system
Piping system
blocked
Residues removal system
Cooling medium system
Heating medium system
Condensate system
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
EH
CHEMICAL TREATMENT OF LIQUID FUELS INCL. RESIDUES
REMOVAL
Chemical treatment of liquid fuels incl. residues removal
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
EHA…EHU
EHV
EHW
EHX
EHY
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EK
EKA
EKB
EKC
EKD
EKE
EKF
EKG
EKH
EKJ…EKQ
EKR
EKS
EKT
EKU
EKV
EKW
EKX
EKY
EKZ
SUPPLY OF GASEOUS FUELS
Receiving equipment incl. pipeline
Moisture separation system
Heating system
Main reducing station, expansion turbine
Mechanical cleaning, scrubbing
Storage system
Piping system
Main pressure boosting system
blocked
Residues removal system
blocked
Heating medium system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
EL
CHEMICAL TREATMENT OF GASEOUS FUELS INCL. RESIDUES
REMOVAL
Chemical treatment of gaseous fuels incl. residues removal
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
ELA…ELU
ELV
ELW
ELX
ELY
ELZ
EN
ENA…ENU
ENV
ENW
ENX
ENY
ENZ
EP
EPA…EPU
EPV
EPW
EPX
EPY
EPZ
SUPPLY OF OTHER FUELS (USE ONLY FOR COMBINATIONS OF
DIFFERENT FUEL TYPES)
Supply of other fuels (use only for combinations of different fuel types)
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
TREATMENT OF OTHER FUELS (USE ONLY FOR COMBINATIONS OF
DIFFERENT FUEL TYPES)
Treatment of other fuels (use only for combinations of different fuel types)
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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EQA…EQU
EQV
EQW
EQX
EQY
EQZ
CONVERSION OF OTHER FUELS (USE ONLY FOR COMBINATIONS
OF DIFFERENT FUEL TYPES)
Conversion of other fuels (use only for combinations of different fuel types)
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
ER
ERA
ERB
ERC
ERD…ERU
ERV
ERW
ERX
ERY
ERZ
IGNITION FUEL SUPPLY
Pulverized coal supply system
Oil supply system
Gas supply system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
ET
ETA
ETB
ETC
ETD
ETE
ETF
ETG
ETH
ETJ
ETK
ETL
ETM
ETN
ETP
ETQ
ETR...ETT
ETU
ETV
ETW
ETX
ETY
ETZ
ASH AND SLAG REMOVAL SYSTEM
Wet ash conveying system
Storage or settling pond for wet ash
Wet ash dredger
Conveying system for granulate
Storage system for granulate
Pulp transport system
Conveying system for dry ash
Storage system for dry ash
Fly-ash conveyor system from chute hoppers
Common conveying system for wet and dry ash
Common storage system for wet and dry ash
Settling plant for wet and dry ash
Forwarding, distribution, recovery and disposal systems for flushing and ash water
Fly ash disposal (pulsatory filter)
Conveyor system for ash removal
Reserve
blocked
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
EU
TREATMENT AND TRANSPORT SYSTEM FOR COMBUSTION, FUEL
TREATMENT, FUEL CONVERSION, FLUE GAS CLEANING, GAS
GENERATION RESIDUES
Treatment system for fuel treatment residues
Treatment system for fuel conversion residues
Treatment system for fuel combustion residues
EUA
EUB
EUC
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EUE
EUF
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EUR…EUU
EUV
EUW
EUX
EUY
EUZ
Treatment system for flue gas cleaning residues
Treatment system for gas generation and treatment residues
Treatment system for fuel treatment residues (only if EUA is not sufficient for
identification)
Treatment system for fuel treatment residues only if EUA and EUF are not
sufficient for identification)
Treatment system for fuel conversion residues (only if EUB is not sufficient for
identification)
Treatment system for fuel conversion residues (only if EUB and EUH are not
sufficient for identification)
Treatment system for fuel combustion residues (only if EUC is not sufficient for
identification)
Treatment system for fuel combustion residues (only if EUC and EUK are not
sufficient for identification)
Treatment system for flue gas cleaning residues (only if EUD is not sufficient for
identification)
Treatment system for flue gas cleaning residues (only if EUD and EUM are not
sufficient for identification)
Treatment system for gas generation and treatment residues only if EUE is not
sufficient for identification)
Treatment system for gas generation and treatment residues only if EUE and EUP
are not sufficient for identification
blocked
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
EV
EVA…EVU
EVV…EVZ
LUBRICANT SUPPLY SYSTEM
Lubricant supply system
blocked
EW
EWA…EWU
EWV…EWZ
SEALING FLUID SUPPLY SYSTEM
Sealing fluid supply system
blocked
EX
EXA…EXU
EXV…EXZ
FLUID SUPPLY SYSTEM FOR CONTROL AND PROTECTION
EQUIPMENT
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
blocked
EY
EYA…EYU
EYV…EYZ
CONTROL AND PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
Control and protection equipment
blocked
EUG
EUH
EUJ
EUK
EUL
EUM
EUN
EUP
EUQ
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II - 2.6. G – WATER SUPPLY AND DISPOSAL
G
GA
Raw water supply
GB
Treatment system (carbonate hardness removal) incl. cooling tower make-up
water treatment system
GC
Treatment system (demineralization)
GD
Treatment system (others)
GE
blocked
GF
blocked
GG
blocked
GH
GJ
GK
GL
Distribution systems (not drinking water)
blocked
Drinking water supply
blocked
GM
Process waste water drain system
GN
Process drains treatment system
GP
blocked
GQ
Domestic waste water collection and drainage systems
GR
Domestic waste water treatment system
GS
blocked
GT
Water recovery from waste water
GU
Rainwater collection and drainage systems incl. treatment system
GV
Lubricant supply system
GW
Sealing fluid supply system
GX
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
GY
Control and protection equipment
GZ
blocked
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GA
GAA
GAB
GAC
GAD
GAE
GAF
GAG…GAU
GAV
GAW
GAX
GAY
GAZ
RAW WATER SUPPLY
Extraction, mechanical cleaning, piping and channel system
blocked
Distribution of raw water
Storage system
Monitoring system
Pump system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
GB
GBA
GBB
GBC
GBD
GBE
GBF
GBG
GBH
GBJ
GBK
GBL
GBM
GBN
GBP
GBQ
GBR
GBS
GBT
GBU
GBV
GBW
GBX
GBY
GBZ
TREATMENT SYSTEM (CARBONATE HARDNESS REMOVAL)
INCL. COOLING TOWER MAKE-UP WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM
blocked
Filtering, mechanical cleaning system
Aeration, gas injection system
Precipitation system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Acid proportioning system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Ion exchange, reverse osmosis system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Evaporation system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Deaeration, drying system
Preheating, cooling system
Piping system, temporary storage system, pump system for main fluid
Storage system outside fluid treatment system (if not part of another system)
blocked
Chemicals supply system
Regeneration, flushing equipment
Injection system for main fluid (for hardness stabilisation)
Flushing water and residues removal system incl. neutralization
Sludge thickening system
Heating, cooling and flushing fluid distribution system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
GC
GCA
GCB
GCC
GCD
GCE
GCF
GCG
TREATMENT SYSTEM (DEMINERALIZATION)
blocked
Filtering, mechanical cleaning system
Aeration, gas injection system
Precipitation system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Acid proportioning system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Ion exchange, reverse osmosis system (e.g. for demineralization)
Evaporation system (e.g. for demineralization)
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GCH
GCJ
GCK
GCL
GCM
GCN
GCP
GCQ
GCR
GCS
GCT
GCU
GCV
GCW
GCX
GCY
GCZ
Deaeration, drying system
Preheating, cooling system
Piping system, temporary storage system, pump system for main fluid
Demineralised water storage tanks
blocked
Chemicals supply system
Regeneration, flushing equipment
Injection system for main fluid
Flushing water and residues removal system incl. neutralization
Sludge thickening system
Heating, cooling and flushing fluid distribution system
Condensate system
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
GD
GDA
GDB
GDC
GDD
GDE
GDF
GDG
GDH
GDJ
GDK
GDL
GDM
GDN
GDP
GDQ
GDR
GDS
GDT
GDU
GDV
GDW
GDX
GDY
GDZ
TREATMENT SYSTEM (OTHERS)
blocked
Filtering, mechanical cleaning system
Aearation, gas injection system
Precipitation system {e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Acid proportioning system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Ion exchange, reverse osmosis system {e.g. for demineralization)
Evaporation system (e.g. for demineralization)
Deaeration, drying system
Preheating, cooling system e
Piping system, temporary storage system, pump system for main fluid
Storage system outside fluid treatment system (if not part of another system)
blocked
Chemicals supply system
Regeneration, flushing equipment
Injection system for main fluid
Flushing water and residues removal system incl. neutralization
Sludge thickening system
Heating, cooling and flushing fluid distribution system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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GH
GHA
GHB
GHC
GHD
GHE…GHG
GHH
GHJ
GHK....GHU
GHV, GHW
GHX
GHY
GHZ
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS (NOT DRINKING WATER)
Distribution systems (not drinking water) (available for other kinds of water)
Distribution systems after treatment (carbonate hardness removal)
Distribution system of demineralised water
Distribution systems after treatment (others)
Distribution systems (not drinking water) (available for other kinds of water)
Distribution system for ash sprinkling
Distribution system for municipal water
Distribution systems (not drinking water) (available for other kinds of water)
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
GK
GKA
GKB
GKC
GKD
GKE…GKU
GKV, GKW
GKX
GKY
GKZ
DRINKING WATER SUPPLY
Receiving point
Storage and transport system
Distribution system
Chemicals proportioning system
Drinking water supply (available for subdivision e.g. building-specific)
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
GM
GMA
GMB
GMC
GMD
GME
GMF
GMG
GMH
GMJ
GMK
GML
GMM
GMN
GMP
PROCESS WASTE WATER DRAIN SYSTEM
Process waste water drain system
Process drain system for electrical structures
Pump system
Reserve
Draining of oil-polluted water
Drain system for ash handling system
Reserve
Process drain system for boiler house
Reserve
Process drain system for coal storage
Reserve
Process drain system for turbine house
Process drain system for oil storage
Process drain system for cooling water pump building and for chlorination plant
buildings
Reserve
Process drain system for secondary buildings
Process drainage system for auxiliary buildings
Reserve
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
GMQ, GMR
GMS
GMT
GMU
GMV, GMW
GMX
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GMY
GMZ
Control and protection equipment
Process drainage system for transportation, gardens and miscellaneous
GN
GNA
GNB
GNC
GND
GNE
GNF
GNG
GNH
GNJ
GNK
GNL
GNM
GNN
GNP
GNQ
GNR
PROCESS DRAINS TREATMENT SYSTEM
Supply and distribution system
Filtering, mechanical cleaning system
Aeration, gas injection system
Precipitation system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Acid proportioning system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Ion exchange system (e.g. for demineralization)
Evaporation system (e.g. for demineralization)
Deaeration, drying system
Preheating, cooling system
Piping system, temporary storage system, pump system for main fluid
Storage system outside fluid treatment system (if not part of another system)
Chlorifying and deionising equipment
Chemicals supply system
Regeneration, flushing equipment
Injection system for main fluid
Process drains removal system after treatment, flushing water and residues removal
system incl. neutralization
Sludge thickening system
Heating, cooling and flushing fluid distribution system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
GNS
GNT
GNU
GNV
GNW
GNX
GNY
GNZ
GQ
GQA
GQB
GQC
GQD…GQE
GQF
GQG
GQH
GQJ…GQL
GQM
GQN
GQP
GQQ…GQS
GQT
GQU
GQV, GQW
GQX
GQY
GQZ
DOMESTIC WASTE WATER COLLECTION AND DRAINAGE SYSTEMS
Domestic waste water collection and drain systems
Domestic waste water system for electrical structures
Domestic waste water pump system
Reserve
Domestic waste water system for ash transport
Reserve
Domestic waste water system for boiler house
Reserve
Domestic waste water system for turbine house
Reserve
Domestic waste water system for cooling water pump building and for chlorination
buildings
Reserve
Domestic waste water system for auxiliary buildings
Reserve
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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GR
GRA
GRB
GRC
GRD
GRE
GRF
GRG
GRH
GRJ
GRK
GRL
GRM
GRN
GRP
GRQ
GRR
GRS
GRT
GRU
GRV
GRW
GRX
GRY
GRZ
DOMESTIC WASTE WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM
Collecting piping and main culvert system
Filtering, mechanical cleaning system
Aeration, gas injection system
Precipitation system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Acid proportioning system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Ion exchange system (e.g. for demineralization)
Evaporation system (e.g. for demineralization)
Deaeration, drying system
Preheating, cooling system
Piping and culvert system, temporary storage system, pump system for main fluid
Storage system outside fluid treatment system (if not part of another system)
blocked
Chemicals supply system
Regeneration, flushing equipment
Injection system for main fluid
Flushing water and residues removal system incl. neutralization
Sludge thickening system
Heating, cooling and flushing fluid distribution system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
GT
GTA…GTU
GTV, GTW
GTX
GTY
GTZ
WATER RECOVERY FROM WASTE WATER
Water recovery from waste water
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
GU
RAINWATER COLLECTION AND DRAINAGE SYSTEMS INCL.
TREATMENT SYSTEM
Collecting piping and main culvert system
Rainwater drain system for electrical structures
Reserve
Rainwater drain system for ash handling structures
Reserve
Rainwater drain system for boiler house
Reserve
Rainwater drainage system for turbine house
Reserve
Rainwater drainage system for cooling water pump building and for chlorination
buildings
Reserve
Rainwater drainage system for secondary buildings
Rainwater drainage system for auxiliary buildings
Reserve
GUA
GUB
GUC…GUE
GUF
GUG
GUH
GUJ....GUL
GUM
GUN
GUP
GUQ, GUR
GUS
GUT
GUU
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GUV, GUW
GUX
GUY
GUZ
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
Rainwater drainage system for transportation, gardens and miscellaneous
GV
GVA…GVU
GVV…GVZ
LUBRICANT SUPPLY SYSTEM
Lubricant supply system
blocked
GW
GWA…GWU
GWV…GWZ
SEALING FLUID SUPPLY SYSTEM
Sealing fluid supply system
blocked
GX
GXA…GXU
GXV…GXZ
FLUID SUPPLY SYSTEM FOR CONTROL AND PROTECTION
EQUIPMENT
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
blocked
GY
GYA…GYU
GYV…GYZ
CONTROL AND PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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II - 2.7. H – CONVENTIONAL HEAT GENERATION
H
HA
Pressure system
HB
Support structure, enclosure, steam generator interior
HC
Fireside heat transfer surface cleaning equipment
HD
Ash and slag removal
HE
blocked
HF
HG
Bunker, feeder and pulverizing system
blocked
HH
Main firing system
HJ
Ignition firing equipment (if separate)
HK
blocked
HL
Combustion air system (primary air, secondary air)
HM
Gas heating system (for closed cycle)
HN
Flue gas exhaust (without flue gas treatment)
HP
Mechanical dust handling system
HQ
Electrostatic precipitator
HR
Chemical flue gas treatment system incl. residues removal, adsorptive process
HS
Chemical flue gas treatment system incl. residues removal, catalytic process
HT
Chemical flue gas treatment system incl. residues removal, absorptive process
HU
Flue gas reheating system
HV
Lubricant supply system
HW
Sealing fluid supply system
HX
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
HY
Control and protection equipment
HZ
blocked
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HA
HAA
HAB
HAC
HAD
HAE, HAF
HAG
HAH
HAJ
HAK
HAL
HAM
HAN
HAP…HAT
HAU
HAV
HAW
HAX
HAY
HAZ
PRESSURE SYSTEM
LP part-flow feed heating system (flue-gas-heated)
HP part-flow feed heating system (flue-gas-heated)
Economizer system
Evaporator system
blocked
Circulation system for boilers with forced circulation
HP superheater system
Reheat system
Secondary reheat system
blocked
Triflux system
Pressure systems drain system
blocked
Pressure systems venting system
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
HB
HBA
HBB
HBC
HBD
HBE…HBJ
HBK
HBL…HBZ
SUPPORT STRUCTURE, ENCLOSURE, STEAM GENERATOR
INTERIOR
Frame incl. foundations
Enclosures, insulations
Brick linings incl. insulating brickwork
Platforms, stairways
blocked
Steam generator interior
blocked
HC
HCA
HCB
HCC
HCD
HCE
HCF
HCG…HCU
HCV
HCW
HCX
HCY
HCZ
FIRESIDE HEAT TRANSFER SURFACE CLEANING EQUIPMENT
Air soot blowing system
Steam soot blowing system
Water soot blowing system
Flushing equipment
Rapping gear
Shot cleaning system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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HD
HDA
HDB
HDC
HDD…HDU
HDV
HDW
HDX
HDY
HDZ
ASH AND SLAG REMOVAL
Furnace ash and slag removal
blocked
Flue dust return system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
HF
HFA
HFB
HFC
HFD
HFE
HFF
HFG
HFH…HFU
HFV
HFW
HFX
HFY
HFZ
BUNKER, FEEDER AND PULVERIZING SYSTEM
Reserve
Bunker for pulverizing system, feeder system
Pulverizing system (incl. classifier)
Flue gas return system
Mill air system, carrier air system
Vapour/exhaust gas system
Pulverized coal temporary storage bunker after central pulverizing system
(indirect firing)
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
HH
HHA
HHB
HHC
HHD
HHE
HHF
HHG
HHH
HHJ
HHK
HHL
HHM
HHN
HHP
HHQ
HHR
HHS
HHT
HHU
HHV
HHW
HHX
HHY
HHZ
MAIN FIRING SYSTEM
Main burners
Retarded combustion grate
Grate combustion system
Other burner equipment (e.g. vapour burner, flue dust burner)
Pulverized coal bin, forwarding and distribution system
Oil temporary storage, pump and distribution system
Gas pressure reduction, distribution system
Temporary storage, forwarding and distribution system for other fuels, fluid 1
Temporary storage, forwarding and distribution system for other fuels, fluid 2
Temporary storage, forwarding and distribution system for other fuels, fluid 3
Combustion air supply system
Atomizer medium supply system (steam)
Atomizer medium supply system (air)
Coolant supply system (steam)
Coolant supply system (air)
Purging medium supply system (steam)
Purging medium supply system (air)
Heating medium supply system (steam)
Heating medium supply system (hot water)
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
Electric heating system
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HJ
HJA
HJB…HJD
HJE
HJF
HJG
HJH…HJK
HJL
HJM
HJN
HJP
HJQ
HJR
HJS
HJT
HJU
HJV
HJW
HJX
HJY
HJZ
IGNITION FIRING EQUIPMENT (IF SEPARATE)
Ignition burners
blocked
Pulverized coal bin, forwarding and distribution system
Oil temporary storage, pump and distribution system
Gas pressure reduction, distribution system
blocked
Combustion air supply system
Atomizer medium supply system (steam)
Atomizer medium supply system (air)
Cooling supply system (steam)
Cooling supply system (air)
Purging medium supply system (steam)
Purging medium supply system (air)
Heating medium supply system (steam)
Heating medium supply system (hot water)
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
HL
HLA
HLB
HLC
HLD
HLE…HLU
HLV
HLW
HLX
HLY
HLZ
COMBUSTION AIR SYSTEM (PRIMARY AIR, SECONDARY AIR)
Ducting system
Fan system, forced-draught fan system
External air heating system (not flue-gas-heated)
Air heating system (flue-gas-heated)
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
HM
HMA
HMB
HMC
HMD
HME…HMU
HMV
HMW
HMX
HMY
HMZ
GAS HEATING SYSTEM (FOR CLOSED CYCLE)
Primary heater (primary convection section)
Radiation section
Secondary heater (second convection section)
Reheat system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
HN
HNA
HNB
HNC
HND
HNE
HNF
HNG…HNU
FLUE GAS EXHAUST (WITHOUT FLUE GAS TREATMENT)
Ducting system
blocked
Induced-draught fan system
blocked
Smoke stack system (chimney)
Flue gas recirculation system
blocked
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HNV
HNW
HNX
HNY
HNZ
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
HP
HPA…HPU
HPV
HPW
HPX
HPY
HPZ
MECHANICAL DUST HANDLING SYSTEM
Mechanical dust handling system
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
HQ
HQA
HQB
HQC
HQD
HQE
HQF
HQG
HQH
HQJ
HQK
HQL....HQM
HQN
HQP....HQU
HQV....HQW
HQX
HQY
HQZ
ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATOR
Support structure
Electrostatic precipitator’s chambers with hoppers
Ducting system with collecting equipment
Platforms, stairways
Reserve
High voltage system
Rappers for discharge electrodes incl. actuator
Rappers for collecting electrodes incl. actuator
Discharge electrodes incl. hangings and frames
Support structures for power supply equipment
Reserve
Mechanical equipment for electrical systems
Reserve
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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HRA…HRU
HRV
HRW
HRX
HRY
HRZ
HS
HSA
HSB
HSC
HSD
HSE
HSF
HSG
HSH
HSJ
HSK
HSL
HSM
HSN
HSP
HSQ
HSR
HSS
HST
HSU
HSV
HSW
HSX
HSY
HSZ
HT
HTA
HTB
HTC
HTD
HTE
HTF
HTG
HTH
HTJ
HTK
HTL
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CHEMICAL FLUE GAS TREATMENT SYSTEM INCL. RESIDUES
REMOVAL, ADSORPTIVE PROCESS
Chemical flue gas treatment system incl. residues removal, adsorptive process
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
CHEMICAL FLUE GAS TREATMENT SYSTEM INCL. RESIDUES
REMOVAL, CATALYTIC PROCESS
Flue gas ducting system within HS
Flue gas-side heat exchanger, gas heater (not HU)
Flue gas fan system
Reactor (reduction)
Converter (oxidation)
Flue gas-side cleaning equipment for reactor
Reduction agent dilution system
(Residues) separator
Reduction agent supply system incl. storage
Reduction agent treatment and distribution system
Water supply and disposal system
Chemicals and additives supply system
Drainage systems
Task: water collecting, storage, return
Fly ash collecting (incl. filtering) and removal system
Sprinkler system incl. drainage
Oxidizing agent treatment and distribution system
(Residues) forwarding, storage, loading system
Flushing fluid system incl. supply
Task: flushing of reducing agent systems
Heating fluid system
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
CHEMICAL FLUE GAS TREATMENT SYSTEM INCL. RESIDUES
REMOVAL, ABSORPTIVE PROCESS
Flue gas ducting system within HT
Flue gas-side heat exchanger, gas heater (not HU)
Flue gas fan system
Flue gas scrubbing system from incl. flue gas inlet
Flue gas cleaning and filtering system
Task: additional cleaning within HT; not belonging to HP, HQ and HR
Absorption cycle
Oxidation system incl. supply system
blocked
Absorbent supply system incl. storage system
Absorbent preparation and distribution system
Piping system for discharge of solids incl. water removal and return excl.
thickening and solids dewatering systems
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HTM
HTN
HTP
HTQ
HTR
HTS
HTT
HTU
HTV
HTW
HTX
HTY
HTZ
Thickening and solids dewatering system
Solids drying, compacting system
(Solids/ product) forwarding, storage, loading system
Water supply and disposal system
blocked
Chemicals and additives supply system
Drainage systems
Task: water collecting, storage, return
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
HU
HUA…HUU
HUV
HUW
HUX
HUY
HUZ
FLUE GAS REHEATING SYSTEM
Flue gas reheating system
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
HV
HVA…HVU
HVV…HVZ
LUBRICANT SUPPLY SYSTEM
Lubricant supply system
blocked
HW
HWA…HWU
HWV…HWZ
SEALING FLUID SUPPLY SYSTEM
Sealing fluid supply system
blocked
HX
HXA…HXU
HXV…HXZ
FLUID SUPPLY SYSTEM FOR CONTROL AND PROTECTION
EQUIPMENT
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
blocked
HY
HYA…HYU
HYV…HYZ
CONTROL AND PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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II - 2.8. L – STEAM, WATER, GAS CYCLES
L
LA
Feed water system
LB
Steam system
LC
Condensate system
LD
Condensate polishing plant
LE
LF
blocked
common installations for steam, water, gas cycles
LG
blocked
LH
blocked
LJ
blocked
LK
Gas system (closed cycle)
LL
Gas cleaning system (only for closed cycle)
LM
blocked
LN
Water impounding works for hydroelectric power plant
LP
Intake system, upperwater system for hydroelectric power plant
LQ
Tail-race system, underwater system for hydroelectric power plant
LR
Bypass system for hydroelectric power plant
LS
Common installations for hydroelectric power plant
LT
blocked
LU
blocked
LV
Lubricant supply system
LW
Sealing fluid supply system for steam, water, gas cycles
LX
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
LY
Control and protection equipment
LZ
blocked
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LA
LAA
LAB
LAC
LAD
LAE
LAF
LAG
LAH
LAJ
LAK…LAQ
LAR
LAS
LAT
LAU
LAV
LAW
LAX
LAY
LAZ
LB
LBA
LBB
LBC
LBD
LBE
LBF
LBG
LBH
LBJ
LBK
LBL…LBP
LBQ
LBR
LBS
LBT
LBU
LBV
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FEEDWATER SYSTEM
Storage, deaeration (incl. feed water tank)
Feed water piping system
Feed water pump system
HP feed water heating system
HP desuperheating spray system
IP desuperheating spray system
blocked
Start-up and shutdown piping system
Start-up and shutdown pump system
blocked
Emergency feedwater piping system incl. storage (excl. emergency feedwater pump
system)
Emergency feedwater pump system
Back-up emergency feedwater system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
STEAM SYSTEM
Main steam piping system
Hot reheat piping system
Cold reheat piping system
Extraction piping system
Back-pressure piping system
Start-up steam system, shutdown steam system
Auxiliary steam piping system
HP reducing station
Moisture separator / reheater (MSR)
Main steam safety / relief system inside reactor containment for single-cycle plants
blocked
Extraction steam piping system for HP feed water heating
Piping system for branch or auxiliary turbine
Extraction steam piping system for LP feed water heating (main condensate) and
for heat exchangers
Emergency condensing system
Common dump line
Lubricant supply system
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LBW
LBX
LBY
LBZ
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
LC
LCA
LCB
LCC
LCD
LCE
LCF
LCG
LCH
LCJ
LCK
LCL
LCM
LCN
LCP
LCQ
LCR
LCS
LCT
LCU
LCV
LCW
LCX
LCY
LCZ
CONDENSATE SYSTEM
Main condensate piping system (excl. main condensate pump system, LP feed
water heating system, condensate polishing plant)
Main condensate pump system
Main condensate heating system
blocked
Condensate desuperheating spray system
Branch turbine condensate piping system
Branch turbine condensate pump system
HP heater drains system
LP heater – and heat exchanger - drains system
blocked
Steam generator drains system
Clean drains system (collecting and return system)
Auxiliary steam condensate system (collecting and return system)
Standby condensate system, incl. storage and pump system
Steam generator blow down system
Standby condensate distribution system
Reheater drains system (moisture separator / reheater)
Moisture separator drains system (moisture separator / reheater)
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
LD
LDA
LDB
LDC
LDD
LDE
LDF
LDG
LDH
LDJ
LDK
LDL
LDM
LDN
LDP
LDQ
CONDENSATE POLISHING PLANT
Fluid treatment extraction system (if not part of another system)
Filtering, mechanical cleaning
Aeration, gas injection system
Electromagnetic polishing system
Acid proportioning system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Ion exchange, reverse osmosis system (e.g. demineralization)
Evaporation system (e.g. demineralization)
Deaeration, drying system
Preheating, cooling system
Piping system, temporary storage system, pump system for main fluid
Storage system outside fluid treatment system (if not part of another system)
blocked
Chemicals supply system
Regeneration, flushing equipment
Injection system for main fluid
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LDR
LDS
LDT
LDU
LDV
LDW
LDX
LDY
LDZ
Flushing water and residues removal system incl. neutralization
Sludge thickening system
Heating, cooling and flushing fluid distribution system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
LF
LFA
LFB
LFC
LFD…LFF
LFG
LFH
LFJ
LFK…LFM
LFN
LFP…LFZ
COMMON INSTALLATIONS FOR STEAM, WATER, GAS CYCLES
blocked
blocked
Common drain and vent system
blocked
Secondary-side steam generator tube sheet lancing system
Flue gas cooling system
Steam generator layup system
blocked
Proportioning system for feed water, condensate system, incl. proportioning in
boiler and turbine area
blocked
LK
LKA
LKB
LKC
LKD
LKE
LKF
LKG
LKH…LKU
LKV
LKW
LKX
LKY
LKZ
GAS SYSTEM (CLOSED CYCLE)
Storage system
Piping system
Compressor system (if separate from gas turbine)
Preheating system
Precooling system
Intercooling system
Pressurizing system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
LL
LLA…LLU
LLV
LLW
LLX
LLY
LLZ
GAS CLEANING SYSTEM
Gas cleaning system
blocked
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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LNA
LNB
LNC
LND
LNE
LNF…LNU
LNV
LNW
LNX
LNY
LNZ
LP
LPA
LPB
LPC
LPD
LPE
LPF…LPU
LPV
LPW
LPX
LPY
LPZ
LQ
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WATER IMPOUNDING WORKS FOR HYDROELECTRIC POWER
PLANT
Head and tail race system, storage system
Trash rack, trash / fish barrier
Dam, weir system
Spillway
Drainage system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
INTAKE SYSTEM, UPPERWATER SYSTEM FOR HYDROELECTRIC
POWER PLANT
Rake and rake cleaning system
Isolating equipment
Piping and penstock system
blocked
Surge tank
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
LQA
LQB
LQC
LQD
LQE
LQF…LQU
LQV
LQW
LQX
LQY
LQZ
TAIL-RACE SYSTEM, UNDERWATER SYSTEM
FOR HYDROELECTRIC POWER PLANT
Underwater piping and culvert system
Surge tank
Isolating equipment
blocked
Rake and rake cleaning system for pumped-storage operation
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
LR
LRA
LRB
LRC
LRD
LRE
LRF…LRU
LRV
LRW
BYPASS SYSTEM FOR HYDROELECTRIC POWER PLANT
Lock
Lifting gear
Fish ladder
blocked
Raft canal
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
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LRX
LRY
LRZ
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
LS
LSA…LSK
LSL
LSM…LSU
LSV…LSZ
COMMON INSTALLATIONS FOR HYDROELECTRIC POWER PLANT
Common installations for hydroelectric power plant
Drainage system
Common installations for hydroelectric power plant
blocked
LV
LVA…LVU
LVV…LVZ
LUBRICANT SUPPLY SYSTEM
Lubricant supply system
blocked
LW
SEALING FLUID SUPPLY SYSTEM FOR STEAM, WATER, GAS
CYCLES
Sealing fluid supply system for steam, water, gas cycles
blocked
LWA…LWU
LWV…LWZ
LX
LXA…LXU
LXV…LXZ
FLUID SUPPLY SYSTEM FOR CONTROL AND PROTECTION
EQUIPMENT
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
blocked
LY
LYA…LYU
LYV…LYZ
CONTROL AND PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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II - 2.9. M – MAIN MACHINE SETS
M
MA
Steam turbine plant
MB
Gas turbine plant
MC
blocked
MD
Wind turbine plant
ME
Hydraulic turbine plant
MF
Pumping turbine plant in pumped-storage power plants
MG
Pumped-storage plant
MH
blocked
MJ
Diesel engine plant
MK
Generator plant
ML
Electro-motive plant (incl. motor generator)
MM
Compressor plant
MN
MP
MQ
MR
blocked
Common installations for main machine sets
blocked
Gas engine plant
MS
blocked
MT
blocked
MU
blocked
MV
Lubricant supply system
MW
Sealing fluid supply system
MX
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
MY
Control and protection equipment
MZ
blocked
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MA
MAA
MAB
MAC
MAD
MAE
MAF
MAG
MAH
MAJ
MAK
MAL
MAM
MAN
MAP
MAQ
MAR…MAU
MAV
MAW
MAX
MAY
MAZ
STEAM TURBINE PLANT
HP turbine
IP turbine
LP turbine
Bearings
blocked
blocked
Condensing system
Motive water system (if separate from MAJ)
Air removal system
Transmission gear between prime mover and driven machine, incl. turning gear
Drain and vent systems
Leak-off steam system
Steam removal system for HP turbine
LP turbine bypass, reheated steam discharge system to condenser
Vent system (if separate from MAL)
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing, heating and cooling steam system
Non-electric control and protection equipment, incl. fluid supply system
Electrical control and protection equipment
blocked
MB
MBA
MBB
MBC
MBD
MBE…MBG
MBH
MBJ
MBK
GAS TURBINE PLANT
Turbine, compressor rotor with common casing
Turbine casing and rotor
Compressor casing and rotor
Bearings
blocked
Cooling and sealing gas system
Start-up unit
Transmission gear between prime mover and driven machine, incl. turning gear,
barring gear
Intake air, cold gas system (open cycle)
Combustion chamber (gas heating, combustion)
Fuel supply system (liquid)
Fuel supply system (gaseous)
Ignition fuel supply system (if separate)
Exhaust gas system (open cycle)
Storage system
Motive gas generator unit, incl. combustion chamber
Additive system
Lubricant supply system
Sealing oil supply system
Non-electric control and protection equipment, incl. fluid supply system
Electrical control and protection equipment
Lubricant and control fluid treatment system
MBL
MBM
MBN
MBP
MBQ
MBR
MBS
MBT
MBU
MBV
MBW
MBX
MBY
MBZ
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MD
MDA
MDB
MDC
MDD
MDE…MDJ
MDK
MDL
MDM…MDU
MDV
MDW
MDX
MDY
MDZ
WIND TURBINE PLANT
Rotor (incl. hub)
Blade pitch regulating system
blocked
Rotor bearings
blocked
Transmission gear (gearbox, propeller shaft, brake)
Yaw control system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Non-electric control and protection equipment, incl. fluid supply system
Electrical control and protection equipment
blocked
ME
MEA
MEB
MEC
MED
MEE
MEF
MEG
MEH, MEJ
MEK
MEL
MEM…MER
MES
MET, MEU
MEV
MEW
MEX
MEY
MEZ
HYDRAULIC TURBINE PLANT
Turbine (casing, shaft, runner etc.)
Isolating valve
blocked
Bearings
blocked
blocked
Stabilizing air system
blocked
Transmission gear between prime mover and driven machine
Water depression air supply system
blocked
Shaft gland cooling water system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing water supply system
Non-electric control and protection equipment, incl. fluid supply system
Electrical control and protection equipment
blocked
MF
MFA
MFB
MFC
MFD
MFE, MFF
MFG
MFH, MFJ
MFK
MFL
PUMPING TURBINE PLANT IN PUMPED-STORAGE POWER PLANTS
Pumping turbine, singleshaft pump and turbine unit (casing, shaft, runner etc.)
Isolating valve
blocked
Bearings
blocked
Stabilizing air system
blocked
Transmission gear between prime mover and driven machine
Water depression air supply system
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MFM
MFN…MFR
MFS
MFT, MFU
MFV
MFW
MFX
MFY
MFZ
Start-up unit
blocked
Shaft gland cooling water system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing water supply system
Non-electric control and protection equipment, incl. fluid supply system
Electrical control and protection equipment
blocked
MG
MGA
MGB
MGC
MGD
MGE…MGK
MGL
MGM
MGN…MGR
MGS
MGT, MGU
MGV
MGW
MGX
MGY
MGZ
PUMPED-STORAGE PLANT
Storage pump (casing, shaft, runner etc.)
Isolating valve
blocked
Bearings
blocked
Water depression air supply system
Start-up unit
blocked
Shaft gland cooling water system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing water supply system
Non-electric control and protection equipment, incl. fluid supply system
Electrical control and protection equipment
blocked
MJ
MJA
MJB
MJC…MJF
MJG
MJH
MJJ
MJK
MJL, MJM
MJN
MJP
MJQ
MJR
MJS…MJU
MJV
MJW
MJX
MJY
MJZ
DIESEL ENGINE PLANT
Engine
Turbocharger, blower
blocked
Liquid cooling system
Air intercooling system
blocked
Transmission gear between prime mover and driven machine
blocked
Fuel systems
Start-up unit (incl. flywheel)
Air intake system
Exhaust gas system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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MKA
MKB
MKC
MKD
MKE
MKF
MKG
MKH
MKJ…MKP
MKQ
MKR…MKS
MKT
MKU
MKV
MKW
MKX
MKY
MKZ
ML
MLA
MLB
MLC
MLD
MLE
MLF
MLG
MLH
MLJ…MLP
MLQ
MLR…MLT
MLU
MLV
MLW
MLX
MLY
MLZ
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GENERATOR PLANT
Generator, complete, incl. stator, rotor and all integral cooling equipment
Exciter set (mechanical part)
Exciter set (electrical part only, without excitation transformer)
Bearings
blocked
Stator / rotor liquid cooling system, incl. coolant supply system (Note: for cooling
oil see MKU)
Gas cooling system, incl. H2, CO2, N2 supply system
Reserve
blocked
Gas removal system (if separate from MKG)
blocked
Excitation transformer
Stator / rotor cooling oil cooling system, incl. coolant supply system (Note: for
other liquid cooling see MKF)
Lubricant supply system (if separate system for generator)
Sealing fluid supply system (Sealing oil system, incl. supply and treatment)
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
ELECTRO-MOTIVE PLANT (INCL. MOTOR GENERATOR)
Motor frame, motor generator frame, incl. stator, rotor and all integral cooling
equipment
blocked
Exciter set
Bearings
blocked
Stator / rotor liquid cooling system, incl. coolant supply system (Note: for cooling
oil see MLU)
Stator / rotor gas cooling system, incl. coolant supply system (Note: for nitrogen
cooling see MLH)
Stator / rotor nitrogen cooling system, incl. coolant supply system (Note: for other
gas cooling see MLG)
blocked
Exhaust gas system (if separate from MLG and MLH)
blocked
Stator / rotor cooling oil cooling system, incl. coolant supply system (Note: for
other liquid cooling see MLF)
Lubricant supply system (if separate system for electro-motive unit)
Sealing fluid supply system (Sealing oil system, incl. supply and treatment)
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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MMA
MMB
MMC
MMD
MME
MMF
MMG
MMH
MMJ…MMU
MMV
MMW
MMX
MMY
MMZ
COMPRESSOR PLANT
Compressor incl. internal system
blocked
Air intake piping system
Bearings
Intercooling system
Aftercooling system
Final cooling system
Discharge piping system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
MP
MPA
MPB
MPC…MPF
MPG
MPH…MPQ
MPR
MPS
MPT…MPZ
COMMON INSTALLATIONS FOR MAIN MACHINE SETS
Foundation
Sheating
blocked
Frame, support structure
blocked
Forced cooling system
Drying and layup system
blocked
MR
MRA…MRU
MRV
MRW
MRX
MRY
MRZ
GAS ENGINE PLANT
Gas engine plant
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
MV
MVA…MVU
MVV…MVZ
LUBRICANT SUPPLY SYSTEM
Lubricant supply system
blocked
MW
SEALING FLUID SUPPLY SYSTEM
MWA…MWU Sealing fluid supply system
MWV…MWZ
blocked
MX
MXA…MXU
MXV…MXZ
FLUID SUPPLY SYSTEM FOR CONTROL AND PROTECTION
EQUIPMENT
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
blocked
MY
MYA…MYU
MYV…MYZ
CONTROL AND PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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II - 2.10. N – PROCESS ENERGY SUPPLY FOR EXTERNAL
USERS (E.G. DISTRICT HEATING)
N
NA
Process steam system (incl. condensate return)
NB
blocked
NC
blocked
ND
Process hot water system
NE
blocked
NF
blocked
NG
Process air system
NH
blocked
NJ
blocked
NK
Process gas system
NL
blocked
NM
blocked
NN
blocked
NP
blocked
NQ
blocked
NR
blocked
NS
blocked
NT
blocked
NU
blocked
NV
blocked
NW
blocked
NX
blocked
NY
blocked
NZ
blocked
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NAA
NAB
NAC
NAD
NAE…NAJ
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NAN…NAW
NAX
NAY
NAZ
PROCESS STEAM SYSTEM (INCL. CONDENSATE RETURN)
Piping system (steam)
Piping system (condensate)
blocked
Process heat transmission system
Piping system (steam) NAE to NAJ only to be used if NAA is not sufficient for
identification (free for use e.g. to pressure level)
Piping system (condensate) NAK to NAM only to be used if NAB is not sufficient
for identification (free for use e.g. according to process)
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
ND
NDA
NDB
NDC
NDD
NDE
NDF…NDJ
NDK
NDL…NDU
NDV
NDW
NDX
NDY
NDZ
PROCESS HOT WATER SYSTEM
Piping system (forward)
Piping system (return)
Process hot water pump system
Process heat transfer
Hot water storage system
Distribution system (free for use e.g. for temperature levels)
Pressurizing system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
NG
NGA
NGB
NGC
NGD…NGV
NGW
NGX
NGY
NGZ
PROCESS AIR SYSTEM
blocked
Piping system
Forwarding system
blocked
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
NK
NKA
NKB
NKC…NKV
NKW
NKX
NKY
NKZ
PROCESS GAS SYSTEM
blocked
Piping system
blocked
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
NAK…NAM
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P – COOLING WATER SYSTEMS
P
PA
Circulating (main cooling) water system (cooling water for condenser)
PB
Circulating (main cooling) water treatment system
PC
Service water system (cooling water for equipment units)
PD
Service water treatment system for conventional area
PE
Service (secondary cooling) water system for secured area
PF
Service (secondary cooling) water treatment system for secured area
PG
Closed cooling water system for conventional area
PH
Closed cooling water treatment system for conventional area
PJ
Closed cooling water system for secured area
PK
Closed cooling water treatment system for secured area
PL
PM
blocked
Closed cooling water system for transformers (if separate closed cooling water
system)
PN
blocked
PP
blocked
PQ
blocked
PR
blocked
PS
PT
Cooling tower blow down system (if separate from PAB)
blocked
PU
Common equipment for cooling water systems
PV
Lubricant supply system
PW
Sealing fluid supply system
PX
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
PY
Control and protection equipment
PZ
blocked
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PAE
PAF, PAG
PAH
PAJ…PAQ
PAR
PAS
PAT, PAU
PAV
PAW
PAX
PAY
PAZ
CIRCULATING (MAIN COOLING) WATER SYSTEM (COOLING
WATER FOR CONDENSER)
Extraction, mechanical cleaning for direct cooling (lake, river, sea)
Circulating (main cooling) water piping and culvert system from cooling towers to
condensers, incl. cooling towers
Circulating (main cooling) water pump system
Cooling system, main cooling water piping and culvert system from condensers to
cooling towers
Cooling tower pump system (if separate)
blocked
Condenser cleaning system, incl. all appurtenances
blocked
Make-up water piping system
Make-up water pump system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
PB
PBA
PBB
PBC
PBD
PBE
PBF
PBG
PBH
PBJ
PBK
PBL
PBM
PBN
PBP
PBQ
PBR
PBS
PBT
PBU
PBV
PBW
PBX
CIRCULATING (MAIN COOLING) WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM
Discharge from fluid treatment system (if not part of another system)
Filtering, mechanical cleaning system
Aeration, gas injection system
Precipitation system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Acid proportioning system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Ion exchange system (e.g. for demineralization)
Evaporation (e.g. for demineralization)
Deaeration, drying system
Preheating, cooling system
Piping system, temporary storage system, pump system for main fluid
Storage system outside fluid treatment system (if not part of another system)
blocked
Chemical supply system
Regeneration, flushing equipment
Injection system for main fluid
Flushing water and residues removal system, incl. neutralization
Sludge thickening system
Heating, cooling and flushing fluid distribution system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
PAA
PAB
PAC
PAD
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PBY
PBZ
Control and protection equipment
blocked
PC
SERVICE WATER SYSTEM (COOLING WATER FOR EQUIPMENT
UNITS)
Extraction, mechanical cleaning
Piping and culvert system, pump system
Pressure increase system
Return piping system from water cooled equipment
blocked
Heat exchanger cleaning system
blocked
Service water system for generator
blocked
Service water drainage system
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
PCA
PCB
PCC
PCD
PCE…PCG
PCH
PCJ…PCL
PCM
PCN…PCT
PCU
PCV
PCW
PCX
PCY
PCZ
PD
PDA
PDB
PDC
PDD
PDE
PDF
PDG
PDH
PDJ
PDK
PDL
PDM
PDN
PDP
PDQ
PDR
PDS
PDT
PDU
PDV
PDW
PDX
PDY
PDZ
SERVICE WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM FOR CONVENTIONAL
AREA
Discharge from fluid treatment system (if not part of another system)
Filtering, mechanical cleaning system
aeration, gas injection system
Precipitation system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Acid proportioning system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Ion exchange system (e.g. for demineralization)
Evaporation system (e.g. for demineralization)
Deaeration, drying system
Preheating, cooling system
Piping system, temporary storage system, pump system for main fluid
Storage system outside fluid treatment system (if not part of another system)
blocked
Chemicals supply system
Regeneration, flushing equipment
Injection system for main fluid
Flushing water and residues removal system, incl. neutralization
Sludge thickening system
Heating, cooling and flushing fluid distribution system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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PE
PEA
PEB
PEC
PED
PEE…PEG
PEH
PEJ…PEU
PEV
PEW
PEX
PEY
PEZ
SERVICE (SECONDARY COOLING) WATER SYSTEM FOR SECURED AREA
Extraction, mechanical cleaning for direct cooling
Piping and culvert system
Pump system
Recirculation cooling system, outfall cooling system
blocked
Secured component cooler cleaning system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
PF
PFA
PFB
PFC
PFD
PFE
PFF
PFG
PFH
PFJ
PFK
PFL
PFM
PFN
PFP
PFQ
PFR
PFS
PFT
PFU
PFV
PFW
PFX
PFY
PFZ
SERVICE (SECONDARY COOLING) WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM FOR
SECURED AREA
Discharge from fluid treatment system (if not part of another system)
Filtering, mechanical cleaning system
Aeration, gas injection system
Precipitation system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Acid proportioning system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Ion exchange system (e.g. for demineralization)
Evaporation system (e.g. for demineralization)
Deaeration, drying system
Preheating, cooling system
Piping system, temporary storage system, pump system for main fluid
Storage system outside fluid treatment system (if not part of another system)
blocked
Chemicals supply system
Regeneration, flushing equipment
Injection system for main fluid
Flushing water and residues removal system, incl. neutralization
Sludge thickening system
Heating, cooling and flushing fluid distribution system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
PG
PGA
PGB
PGC
PGD
CLOSED COOLING WATER SYSTEM FOR CONVENTIONAL AREA
Piping system (supply)
Piping system (return)
Pump system
Coolers, heat exchangers
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PGE....PGF
PGG
PGH....PGJ
PGK
PGL....PGU
PGV
PGW
PGX
PGY
PGZ
Reserve
Secondary system for closed cooling water system
Reserve
Pressure increase system
Reserve
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
PH
PHA
PHB
PHC
PHD
PHE
PHF
PHG
PHH
PHJ
PHK
PHL
PHM
PHN
PHP
PHQ
PHR
PHS
PHT
PHU
PHV
PHW
PHX
PHY
PHZ
Closed cooling water treatment system for conventional area
Discharge from fluid treatment system (if not part of another system)
Filtering, mechanical cleaning system
Aeration, gas injection system
Precipitation system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Acid proportioning system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Ion exchange system (e.g. for demineralization)
Evaporation system (e.g. for demineralization)
Deaeration, drying system
Preheating, cooling system
Piping system, temporary storage system, pump system for main fluid
Storage system outside fluid treatment system (if not part of another system)
blocked
Chemicals supply system
Regeneration, flushing equipment
Injection system for main fluid
Flushing water and residues removal system, incl. neutralization
Sludge thickening system
Heating, cooling and flushing fluid distribution system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
PJ
PJA…PJU
PJV
PJW
PJX
PJY
PJZ
CLOSED COOLING WATER SYSTEM FOR SECURED AREA
Closed cooling water system for secured area
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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PK
PKA
PKB
PKC
PKD
PKE
PKF
PKG
PKH
PKJ
PKK
PKL
PKM
PKN
PKP
PKQ
PKR
PKS
PKT
PKU
PKV
PKW
PKX
PKY
PKZ
CLOSED COOLING WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM FOR SECURED AREA
Discharge from fluid treatment system (if not part of another system)
Filtering, mechanical cleaning system
Aeration, gas injection system
Precipitation system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Acid proportioning system (e.g. for carbonate hardness removal)
Ion exchange system (e.g. for demineralization)
Evaporation system (e.g. for demineralization)
Deaeration, drying system
Preheating, cooling system
Piping system, temporary storage system, pump system for main fluid
Storage system outside fluid treatment system (if not part of another system)
blocked
Chemicals supply system
Regeneration, flushing equipment
Injection system for main fluid
Flushing water and residues removal system, incl. neutralization
Sludge thickening system
Heating, cooling and flushing fluid distribution system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
PM
PMV
PMW
PMX
PMY
PMZ
CLOSED COOLING WATER SYSTEM FOR TRANSFORMERS
(IF SEPARATE CLOSED COOLING WATER SYSTEM)
Closed cooling water system for transformers (if separate closed cooling water
system)
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
PS
PSA…PSU
PSV
PSW
PSX
PSY
PSZ
COOLING TOWER BLOWDOWN SYSTEM (IF SEPARATE FROM PAB)
Cooling tower blow down system (if separate from PAB)
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
PMA…PMU
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PU
PUA
PUB...PUM
PUN
PUP…PUU
PUV…PUZ
COMMON EQUIPMENT FOR COOLING WATER SYSTEM
Cooling water cleaning system
Common equipment for cooling water system
Proportioning equipment
Common equipment for cooling water system
blocked
PV
PVA…PVU
PVV…PVZ
LUBRICANT SUPPLY SYSTEM
Lubricant supply system
blocked
PW
PWA…PWU
PWV…PWZ
SEALING FLUID SUPPLY SYSTEM
Sealing fluid supply system
blocked
PX
PXA…PXU
PXV…PXZ
FLUID SUPPLY SYSTEM FOR CONTROL AND PROTECTION
EQUIPMENT
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
blocked
PY
PYA…PYU
PYV…PYZ
CONTROL AND PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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Q – AUXILIARY SYSTEMS
Q
QA
blocked
QB
blocked
QC
QD
Central chemicals supply
blocked
QE
General compressed air and carrier air supply
QF
General control air supply
QG
Central gas supply for closed gas cycle (as working fluid)
QH
Auxiliary steam generating system
QJ
Central gas supply, also inert gas (see SE for welding blanked gas supply
system. See MK, ML, XK, XL for central gas supply system for main and
heavy machinery)
QK
Chilled water system for conventional area
QL
Feed water, steam condensate cycle of auxiliary steam generating and
distribution system
QM
Air humidifying system
QN
blocked
QP
blocked
QQ
blocked
QR
blocked
QS
QT
QU
Central oil supply and disposal system (for systems assignable to more than
one F1-function)
blocked
Sampling system for conventional area
QV
blocked
QW
blocked
QX
blocked
QY
blocked
QZ
blocked
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QCA
QCB
QCC
QCD....QCG
QCH
QCJ....QCU
QCV
QCW
QCX
QCY
QCZ
CENTRAL CHEMICAL SUPPLY
Hydrazine supply and distribution system
Ammonia supply and distribution system
Phosphate supply and distribution system
Central chemical supply (free for use e.g. building specific)
Chemical supply for boiler cleaning
Central chemical supply (free for use e.g. building specific)
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
QE
QEA
QEB
QEC…QEG
QEH
QEJ....QEL
QEM
QEN....QER
QES
QET
QEU
QEV
QEW
QEX
QEY
QEZ
GENERAL COMPRESSED AIR AND CARRIER AIR SUPPLY
Central compressed air and carrier air generation system
Central compressed air and carrier air distribution system
Reserve
Service air distribution system in boiler house
Reserve
Service air distribution system in main machine house
Reserve
Service air outside system
Carrier air supply system
Drainage system (condensate)
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
QF
QFA
QFB
QFC…QFG
QFH
QFJ....QFL
QFM
QFN...QFQ
QFR
QFS
QFT, QFU
QFV
QFW
QFX
QFY
QFZ
GENERAL CONTROL AIR SUPPLY
Central control air generation system
Central control air distribution system
General control air supply
Control air distribution system in boiler house
General control air supply
Control air distribution system in main machine house
General control air supply
Control air distribution system for coal supply systems
Control air outside system
General control air supply
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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QGA…QGU
QGV
QGW
QGX
QGY
QGZ
CENTRAL GAS SUPPLY FOR CLOSED GAS CYCLES (AS WORKING
FLUID)
Central gas supply for closed gas cycles (as working fluid)
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
QH
QHA
QHB
QHC
QHD
QHE
QHF
QHG
QHH
QHJ
QHK
QHL
QHM
QHN
QHP
QHQ
QHR
QHS
QHT
QHU
QHV
QHW
QHX
QHY
QHZ
Auxiliary steam generating system
Pressure system
Support structure, enclosure, steam generator interior
Fireside heat transfer surface cleaning equipment
Ash and slag removal
Blow down system, flash drain system
Bunker, feeder and pulverizing system
Boiler water circulation system (also for electrode steam boiler
Main firing system (also for electric heating)
Ignition firing equipment (if separate)
blocked
Combustion air system (primary air, secondary air)
Gas heating system (for close system)
Flue gas exhaust (without flue gas treatment
Mechanical dust handling system
Electrostatic precipitator
Chemical flue gas treatment system incl. residue removal, adsorptive process
Chemical flue gas treatment system incl. residue removal, catalytic process
Chemical flue gas treatment system incl. residue removal, absorptive process
Flue gas reheating system
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
QJ
CENTRAL GAS SUPPLY, ALSO INERT GAS
(See SE for welding blanked gas supply system. See MK, ML, XK, XL for central
gas supply system for main and heavy machinery)
Hydrogen and carbon dioxide supply system
Nitrogen supply system
Nitrogen cylinders
Cleaning chemicals supply system (e.g. lye in electrolytic plant)
Reserve
Propane-butane supply system
Nitrogen supply system for boiler house
Freon supply system
Reserve
Oxygen supply system
Reserve
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
QJA
QJB
QJC
QJD
QJE…QJF
QJG
QJH
QJJ
QJK
QJL
QJM...QJR
QJS…QJU
QJV
QJW
QJX
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QJY
QJZ
Control and protection equipment
blocked
QK
QKA…QKU
QKV
QKW
QKX
QKY
QKZ
CHILLED WATER SYSTEM FOR CONVENTIONAL AREA
Chilled water system for conventional area (free for use e.g. building specific)
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
QL
QLA
QLB
QLC
QLD
QLE
QLF
QLG…QLU
QLV
QLW
QLX
QLY
QLZ
FEEDWATER, STEAM, CONDENSATE CYCLE OF AUXILIARY STEAM
GENERATING AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
Feed water system
Steam system
Condensate system
Condensate polishing plant
blocked
Common equipment for auxiliary steam generation and distribution system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
QM
QMA…QMU
QMV
QMW
QMX
QMY
QMZ
AIR HUMIDIFYING SYSTEM
Air humidifying system (free for use e.g. building specific)
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
QS
CENTRAL OIL SUPPLY AND DISPOSAL SYSTEM (FOR SYSTEMS
ASSIGNABLE TO MORE THAN ONE F1-FUNCTION)
Central oil supply and disposal system (for systems assignable to more than one
F1-function)
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
QSA…QSU
QSV
QSW
QSX
QSY
QSZ
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QU
QUA
QUB
QUC
QUD
QUE
QUF
QUG
QUH
QUJ...QUL
QUM
QUN
QUP
QUQ
QUR…QUT
QUU
QUV...QUW
QUX
QUY
QUZ
SAMPLING SYSTEM FOR CONVENTIONAL AREA
Sampling system for feed water
Sampling system for main steam
Sampling system for condensate
Reserve
Sampling system for auxiliary steam
Reserve
Sampling system for raw water
Sampling system for boiler drum
Reserve
Sampling system for oil
Sampling system for gases (hydrogen, nitrogen)
Sampling system for cooling water
Reserve
Reserve
Sampling system for waste water
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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R – GAS GENERATION AND TREATMENT
R
RA
Gas generation
RB
Support structure
RC
Feedstock systems
RD
Discharge systems for gasification residues
RE
Gasifying agent generation and distribution
RF
blocked
RG
Main gas cooling systems (if not RA)
RH
Main gas piping systems, storage, compression, expansion
RJ
Main gas precipitator
RK
Main gas clean-up (not RJ) including regeneration
RL
Acid gas, including treatment systems
RM
Gas recycle, storage and compression systems
RN
Collection, storage and recycle systems for gas condensate
RP
Inert gas, including recovery systems
RQ
blocked
RR
blocked
RS
Supply and removal systems for water, stream and condensate
RT
Waste water collection and drainage systems
RU
Waste water treatment systems
RV
Lubricant supply systems
RW
Sealing fluid supply systems
RX
Fluid supply systems for control and protection equipment
RY
Control and protection equipment
RZ
Injection and proportioning systems
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RAA
RAB
RAC
RAD
RAE
RAF
RAG
RAH
RAJ
RAK
RAL
RAM
RAN
RAP
RAQ
RAR
RAS
RAT
RAU
RAV
RAW
RAX
RAY
RAZ
RB
RBA
RBB
RBC
RBD
RBE, RBF
RBG…RBZ
RC
RCA
RCB
RCC
RCD
RCE
RCF
RCG
RCH
RCJ
RCK
RCL
RCM
RCN…RCR
RCS
RCT, RCU
RCV
RCW
RCX
RCY
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GAS GENERATION
Gas generator
Gas generator interior
Gas generator internals
Lining and refractory brickwork
Cooling system
Solid separator and recycle system
Gas generator quench gas section
Main burner system
Pilot burner system
Gas generator ignition and standby burner system including combustion air system
Ignition and standby hot gas generation and feed system incl. combustion air sys.
Separate gasifying agent injection system
Injection from gas recycle system
gas condensate injection system
Injection system for other feedstock
Fluxing agent injection system
Filter cleaning system
Fluidizing air injection system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
SUPPORT STRUCTURE
Frame including foundations
Enclosures, insulations
blocked
Platforms, stairways
Support structure (free for use as process demands)
blocked
FEEDSTOCK SYSTEMS
Fuel storage bunker, hopper (atmospheric pressure)
Distribution and transport system (atmospheric pressure)
Pulverizing and mixing system (slurry)
blocked
Airlock system, slurry pump system
Fuel storage bunker, container (pressurized)
Distribution and transport system (pressurized))
blocked
Ignition fuel storage and distribution system
Pilot burner fuel storage and distribution system
Proportioning system for other feedstock
Proportioning system for fluxing agents
blocked
Filter cleaning system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
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RD
RDA
RDB
RDC
RDD
RDE
RDF
RDG
RDH
RDJ
RDK
RDL
RDM
RDN
RDP
RDQ
RDR
RDS
RDT, RDU
RDV
RDW
RDX
RDY
RDZ
RE
REA
REB
REC
RED
REE
REF
REG
REH
REJ
REK
REL
REM,REN
REP
REQ
RER
RES…REU
REV
REW
REX
REY
REZ
RG
RGA
RGB
RGC
RGD
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blocked
DISCHARGE SYSTEMS FOR GASIFICATION RESIDUES
Collection, transport and treatment system (pressurized) (system 1)
Pressure relief system (system 1)
Collection, transport and treatment system (atmospheric pressure) (system 1)
blocked
Collection, transport and treatment system (pressurized) (system 2)
Pressure relief system (system 2)
Collection, transport and treatment system (atmospheric pressure) (system 2)
blocked
Collection, transport and treatment system (pressurized) (system 3)
Pressure relief system (system 3)
Collection, transport and treatment system (atmospheric pressure) (system 3)
blocked
Collection, transport and treatment system (pressurized) (system 4)
Pressure relief system (system 4)
Collection, transport and treatment system (atmospheric pressure) (system 4)
blocked
Filter cleaning system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
GASIFYING AGENT GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION
Air (gasifying agent) compression and supercompression system
Gasifying agent heater (other than RGC)
Compressed air distribution system (including oxygen-enriched air)
blocked
Air compression and supercompression system upstream of air separation plant
Air separation plant
Oxygen compression and supercompression system
Oxygen piping system (pressurized)
Liquid oxygen outlet system
Discharge system for other gases from air separation plant (inert gases)
Liquid nitrogen discharge system
blocked
External oxygen supply system
blocked
Gasifying steam system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
MAIN GAS COOLING SYSTEMS (IF NOT RA)
Indirect heat transfer to water/steam cycle
Indirect heat transfer to gas
Indirect heat transfer to gasifying agent
Indirect heat transfer to combustion air
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RGF…RGH
RGJ
RGK
RGL
RGM
RGN…RGR
RGS
RGT, RGU
RGV
RGW
RGX
RGY
RGZ
RH
RHA
RHB…RHD
RHE
RHF
RHG
RHH, RHJ
RHK
RHL
RHM
RHN
RHP
RHQ
RHR
RHS
RHT, RHU
RHV
RHW
RHX
RHY
RHZ
RJ
RJA
RJB
RJC
RJD
RJE
RJF…RJR
RJS
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Indirect heat transfer to cooling water
blocked
Direct heat transfer (quench) to gas
Direct heat transfer (quench, saturation) to steam
Direct heat transfer (quench, saturation) to water
Direct heat transfer (quench) to other fluids
blocked
Filter cleaning system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
Injection and proportioning system
MAIN GAS PIPING SYSTEMS, STORAGE, COMPRESSION, EXPANSION
Main gas piping system
blocked
Humidification system
Conditioning system 1
Conditioning system 2
blocked
Gas storage system
blocked
Gas compression system
Gas pressure reducing system
Flare system 1
Flare system 2
blocked
Filter cleaning system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
Injection and proportioning system
MAIN GAS PRECIPITATOR
Cartridge filter system
Cyclone filter system
Bag filter system
Packed-bed filter system
Electrostatic precipitator system
blocked
Filter cleaning system
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RJV
RJW
RJX
RJY
RJZ
RK
RKA
RKB
RKC
RKD…RKF
RKG
RKH
RKJ
RKK
RKL
RKM
RKN
RKP
RKQ
RKR…RKU
RKV
RKW
RKX
RKY
RKZ
RL
RLA
RLB
RLC, RLD
RLE
RLF, RLG
RLH
RLJ
RLK
RLL, RLM
RLN
RLP
RLQ
RLR
RLS
RLT…RLV
RLW
RLX
RLY
RLZ
RM
RMA
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
MAIN GAS CLEAN-UP (NOT RJ) INCLUDING REGENERATION
Scrubber system
Conversion system including hydrolysis
Gas purification system
blocked
Scrubber regeneration system 1
Scrubber regeneration system 2
Scrubber regeneration system 3
blocked
Regeneration system 1 for purification system
Regeneration system 2 for purification system
Regeneration system 3 for purification system
blocked
Refrigeration system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
Injection and proportioning system
ACID GAS, INCLUDING TREATMENT SYSTEM
Thermal treatment (Claus process)
Catalytic treatment(Claus process)
blocked
Absorber, wet oxidation system
blocked
Thermal treatment (tail gas)
Catalytic treatment (tail gas)
Absorption treatment (tail gas)
blocked
Sulphur treatment system
Sulphur forwarding and storage system
blocked
Sulphuric acid system
Sulphuric acid storage system
blocked
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
Injection and proportioning system
GAS RECYCLE,STORAGE AND COMPRESSION SYSTEMS
Quench gas piping system
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RMB
RMC
RMD
RME
RMF
RMG
RMH
RMJ
RMK, RML
RMM
RMN
RMP
RMQ
RMR
RMS
RMT, RMU
RMV
RMW
RMX
RMY
RMZ
Piping system for expanded gas (not from airlock system)
Acid gas piping system
Fluidizing gas piping system
Airlock gas piping system (not inert gas)
Other gas piping system
blocked
Storage system 1
Storage system 2
blocked
Quench gas compressor system
Expanded gas compressor system
Acid gas compressor system
Fluidizing gas compressor system
Airlock gas compressor system (not inert gas)
Compressor system for other gas
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
Injection and proportioning system
RN
RNA…RNU
COLLECTIONS, STORAGE AND RECYCLE SYSTEMS FOR GAS CONDENSATE
Collections, storage and recycle systems for gas condensate (free for use, process
specific)
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
RNV
RNW
RNX
RNY
RNZ
RP
RPA
RPB
RPC
RPD…RPF
RPG
RPH
RPJ…RPN
RPP…RPS
RPT…RPV
RPW
RPX
RPY
RPZ
INERT GAS, INCLUDING RECOVERY SYSTEMS
Inert gas generation by air fractionation
Inert gas generation by molecular sieving
Inert gas generation by combustion
blocked
Nitrogen piping system for addition ahead of burner gas turbine
supercompression of nitrogen from RPG
Inert gas distribution system including storage system
(free for use, process specific)
Inert gas compressor system (free for use, process specific)
blocked
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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RSA…RSU
RSV
RSW
RSX
RSY
RSZ
RT
RTA…RTU
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SUPPLY AND REMOVAL SYSTEMS FOR WATER, STREAM
AND CONDENSATE
Supply and removal systems for water, stream and condensate
(free for use, process specific)
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
Injection and proportioning system
RTV
RTW
RTX
RTY
RTZ
WASTE WATER COLLECTION AND DRAINAGE SYSTEMS
Waste water collection and drainage systems
(free for use, process specific)
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
Injection and proportioning system
RU
RUA…RUG
RUH
RUJ…RUL
RUM…RUR
RUS…RUU
RUV
RUW
RUX
RUY
RUZ
WASTE WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM
Waste water treatment system (free for use, process specific)
blocked
Processing material systems (free for use, process specific)
Waste water treatment systems (free for use, process specific)
Residues treatment and removal systems (free for use, process specific)
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
Injection and proportioning system
RV
RVA…RVU
RVV…RVZ
LUBRICANT SUPPLY SYSTEMS
Lubricant supply systems (free for use)
blocked
RW
RWA…RWU
RWV…RWZ
SEALING FLUID SUPPLY SYSTEMS
Sealing fluid supply systems
blocked
RX
RXA…RXU
RXV…RXZ
FLUID SUPPLY SYSTEMS FOR CONTROL AND PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
Fluid supply systems for control and protection equipment
blocked
RY
RYA…RYU
RYV…RYZ
CONTROL AND PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
Control and protection equipment
blocked
RZ
RZA…RZU
RZV…RZZ
INJECTION AND PROPORTIONING SYSTEMS
Injection and proportioning systems
blocked
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S – ANCILLARY SYSTEMS
S
SA
Heating, ventilation, air-conditioning (HVAC) system for conventional area
SB
Space heating systems
SC
Stationary compressed air supplies
SD
Stationary cleaning systems
SE
Stationary welding gas system
SF
Heating and fuel gas system
SG
Stationary fire protection system
SH
blocked
SJ
blocked
SK
blocked
SL
blocked
SM
Cranes, stationary hoists and conveying appliances
SN
Elevators
SP
Railway installations
SQ
Road installations
SR
Workshop, stores, laboratory equipment and staff amenities inside controlled
area
SS
ST
blocked
Workshop, stores, laboratory equipment and staff amenities outside
controlled area
SU
blocked
SV
blocked
SW
blocked
SX
blocked
SY
blocked
SZ
blocked
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SAA
SAB
SAC
SAD
SAE
SAF…SAU
SAV
SAW
SAX
SAY
SAZ
HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR-CONDITIONING (HVAC) SYSTEM FOR
CONVENTIONAL AREA
Heating, ventilation, air-conditioning system for main buildings
Heating, ventilation, air-conditioning system for secondary buildings
Heating, ventilation, air-conditioning system for auxiliary buildings
Heating, ventilation, air-conditioning system for coal and ash systems
Heating, ventilation, air-conditioning system for cooling water systems
Reserve
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
SB
SBA…SBU
SBV, SBW
SBX
SBY
SBZ
SPACE HEATING SYSTEM
Space heating systems (free for use e.g. building specific)
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
SC
SCA
SCB
SCC…SCU
SCV
SCW
SCX
SCY
SCZ
STATIONARY COMPRESSED AIR SUPPLIES
Compressed air generation system
Compressed air distribution system
Stationary compressed air supplies
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
SD
SDA…SDU
SDV, SDW
SDX
SDY
SDZ
STATIONARY CLEANING SYSTEMS
Stationary cleaning systems
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
SE
SEA…SEU
SEV…SEZ
STATIONARY WELDING GAS SYSTEMS
Stationary welding gas systems
blocked
SF
SFA…SFU
SFV…SFX
SFY
SFZ
HEATING AND FUEL GAS SYSTEMS
Heating and fuel gas systems
blocked
Control and protection equipment
blocked
SG
SGA
SGB
SGC
SGD
SGE
SGF
STATIONARY FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS
Fire water system, conventional area
Fire water system, nuclear area (if separate system)
Spray deluge system, conventional area
Spray deluge system, nuclear area (if separate system)
Sprinkler systems
Foam fire-fighting systems
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SGG
SGH
SGJ
SGK
SGL
SGM…SGU
SGV
SGW
SGX
SGY
SGZ
Tank roof, tank shell cooling systems
blocked
CO2 fire-fighting systems
Halon fire-fighting systems
Powder fire-fighting systems
blocked
Lubricant supply system
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
SM
SMA…SMU
SMV, SMW
SMX
SMY
SMZ
CRANES, STATIONARY HOISTS AND CONVEYING APPLIANCES
Cranes, stationary hoists and conveying appliances (free for use e.g. building
specific)
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
SN
SNA…SNU
SNV…SNX
SNY
SNZ
ELEVATORS
Elevators (free for use e.g. building specific)
blocked
Control and protection equipment
blocked
SP
SPA…SPU
SPV…SPX
SPY
SPZ
RAILWAY INSTALLATIONS
Railway installations
blocked
Control and protection equipment
blocked
SQ
SQA…SQU
SQV…SQX
SQY
SQZ
ROAD INSTALLATIONS
Road installations
blocked
Control and protection equipment
blocked
SR
WORKSHOP, STORES, LABORATORY EQUIPMENT AND STAFF
AMENITIES INSIDE CONTROLLED AREA
Hot workshop equipment
blocked
Maintenance areas in controlled area
blocked
Hot laboratory equipment
Health physics laboratory equipment
blocked
SRA
SRB
SRC
SRD…SRF
SRG
SRH
SRJ…SRN
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SRP
SRQ…SRV
SRW
SRX
SRY
SRZ
Staff amenities in controlled area
blocked
Balancer
blocked
Control and protection equipment
blocked
ST
WORKSHOP, STORES, LABORATORY EQUIPMENT AND STAFF
AMENITIES
Workshops
blocked
Maintenance areas
blocked
Stores, filling station
blocked
Monitoring of pollutants emission in air
blocked
Staff amenities
blocked
Control and protection equipment
blocked
STA
STB
STC
STD
STE
STF
STG
STH…STN
STP
STQ…STX
STY
STZ
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U - STRUCTURES
U
UA
Structures for grid and distribution systems
UB
Structures for power transmission and auxiliary power supply
UC
Structures for instrumentation and control
UD
blocked
UE
Structures for conventional fuel supply and residues disposal
UF
Structures for the handling of nuclear equipment
UG
Structures for water supply and disposal
UH
Structures for conventional heat generation
UJ
Structures for nuclear heat generation
UK
Structures for reactor auxiliary systems
UL
Structures for steam-, water- gas-cycles
UM
Structures for main machine sets
UN
Structures for process energy supply
UP
Structures for cooling water systems (e.g. circulating water intake)
UQ
Structures for cooling water systems
UR
Structures for cooling water systems
US
Structures for ancillary systems
UT
Structures for auxiliary systems
UU
Shaft structures
UV
Structures for chemical flue gas treatment incl. residues removal (for HR, HS,
HT)
UW
blocked
UX
Structures for external systems (power plant-specific)
UY
General service structures
UZ
Structures for transport, traffic, fencing, gardens and other purposes
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UA
UAA
UAB
UAC
UAD
UAE
UAF
UAG
UAH
UAJ…UAW
UAX
UAY
UAZ
STRUCTURES FOR GRID AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
Switchyard structure
Grid systems switch gear building
Grid systems control building
Structures for grid and distribution systems
Structure for pneumatic control system
Structures for grid and distribution systems
Structure for transformers
Structure for supports and equipment
Structures for grid and distribution systems
Special structure (plant-specific)
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
UB
UBA
UBB
UBC
UBD
UBE
UBF
UBG
UBH
UBJ
UBK
UBL
UBM
UBN
UBP
UBQ
UBR…UBW
UBX
UBY
UBZ
STRUCTURES FOR POWER TRANSMISSION AND AUXILIARY
POWER SUPPLY
Switch gear building (for switch gear BCA)
Structure for power transmission and auxiliary power supply
Switch gear building (for switch gear BCC)
Structure for low-voltage auxiliary power transformers
Structure for medium-voltage auxiliary power transformers
Structure for generator transformers
Structure for start-up transformers
Structure for oil collecting pits
Structure for transformer tracks
Transformer assembly building
Structure for busbars
Structure for transformer cooling systems
Structure for emergency power generating sets (without central water chiller)
Emergency power generating and central water chiller building
Structure for emergency power generator fuel supply system
Structure for power transmission and auxiliary power supply
Special structure (plant-specific)
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
UC
UCA
UCB
UCC…UCK
UCL
UCM, UCN
STRUCTURES FOR INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL
Unit control room building
Control station building
Structure for instrumentation and control
Structure for measuring equipment
Structure for instrumentation and control
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UCP
UCQ…UCW
UCX
UCY
UCZ
Cooling water monitoring structure
Structure for instrumentation and control
Special structure (plant-specific)
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
UE
UEA
UEB
UEC
UED
UEE
UEF
UEG
UEH
UEJ
UEK
UEL
UEM
UEN
UEP, UEQ
UER
UES
UET
UEU
UEV
UEW
UEX
UEY
UEZ
STRUCTURES FOR CONVENTIONAL FUEL SUPPLY AND RESIDUES
DISPOSAL
Structure for unloading of solid fuels
Structure for storage of solid fuels
Structure for conventional fuel supply and residues disposal
Structure for transport of solid fuels
Structure for treatment of solid fuels
Structure for transfer (e.g. junction tower)
Structure for conversion of solid fuels
Structure for unloading and reception of liquid fuels
Structure for storage of liquid fuels
Structure for conventional fuel supply and residues disposal
Structure for forwarding of liquid fuels (e.g. pump house)
Structure for treatment and handling of liquid fuels
Structure for transfer, conversion, storage of gaseous fuels
Structure for conventional fuel supply and residues disposal
Structure for forwarding of gaseous fuels
Structure for conventional fuel supply and residues disposal
Structure for ash storage
Structure for ash transport
Structure for ash settling pond
Structure for combustion residues handling
Special structure (plant-specific)
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
UF
UFA
UFB
UFC
UFD…UFH
UFJ
UFK…UFW
UFX
UFY
UFZ
STRUCTURES FOR THE HANDLING OF NUCLEAR EQUIPMENT
Fuel pool building
Fuel handling building
Fuel storage building
Structures for the handling of nuclear equipment
Structure for hot cell
Structures for the handling of nuclear equipment
Special structure (plant-specific)
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
UG
UGA
STRUCTURES FOR WATER SUPPLY AND DISPOSAL
Structure for raw water supply
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UGB, UGC
UGD
UGE
UGF
UGG
UGH
UGJ
UGK
UGL
UGM
UGN
UGP
UGQ
UGR
UGS, UGT
UGU
UGV
UGW
UGX
UGY
UGZ
Structure for water supply and disposal
Structure for demineralization system
Structure for neutralization system
Structure for fire water supply
Structure for drinking water supply
Structure for rainwater
Structures for water supply and disposal
Flocculant mixing chamber
Flocculator structure, flocculator
Structures for water supply and disposal
Treated water basin
Sludge thickener
Sludge dewatering building
Sludge storage structure
Structures for water supply and disposal
Structure for effluent disposal
Structure for sewerage plant
Structures for water supply and disposal
Special structure (plant-specific)
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
UH
UHA
UHB…UHE
UHF
UHG..UHK
UHL
UHM
UHN
UHP
UHQ
UHR…UHT
UHU
UHV
UHW
UHX
UHY
UHZ
STRUCTURES FOR CONVENTIONAL HEAT GENERATION
Steam generator enclosure, steam generator building (boiler house)
Structures for conventional heat generation
Bunker bay
Structures for conventional heat generation
Structure for boiler compressed air supply
Structures for conventional heat generation
Smoke stack, incl. structure for flue gas circulation (e.g. for induced draft fan)
Structures for conventional heat generation
Structure for flue gas filtering system
Structures for conventional heat generation
Structure for flue gas reheating system
Structure for combustion air circulation (e.g. for forced draft fan)
Boiler blow down structure
Special structure (plant-specific)
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
UJ
UJA
UJB
STRUCTURES FOR NUCLEAR HEAT GENERATION
Reactor building, containment interior
Reactor building annulus
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UJC
UJD
UJE
UJF
UJG
UJH…UJW
UJX
UJY
UJZ
Heat exchanger building
Steam generator building
Main steam and feed water valve compartment
Equipment air lock enclosure
Gantry (reactor building)
Structures for nuclear heat generation
Special structure (plant-specific)
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
UK
UKA
UKB
UKC
UKD
UKE…UKG
UKH
UKJ
UKK…UKR
UKS
UKT
UKU…UKW
UKX
UKY
UKZ
STRUCTURES FOR REACTOR AUXILIARY SYSTEMS
Reactor auxiliary building
Reactor ancillary systems building
Nuclear services building
Emergency standby structure
Structures for reactor auxiliary systems
Structure for air exhaust (vent stack)
Tritium extraction system building
Structures for reactor auxiliary systems
Radioactive waste processing building
Structure for radioactive waste storage
Structures for reactor auxiliary systems
Special structure (plant-specific)
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
UL
ULA
ULB
ULC
ULD
ULE
ULF…ULM
ULN
ULP
ULQ
ULR
ULS…ULW
ULX
ULY
ULZ
STRUCTURES FOR STEAM-, WATER- GAS-CYCLES
Feed water pump house
Emergency feed building
Structure for condensate system
Structure for condensate polishing plant
Structure for emergency supply systems
Structures for steam-, water- gas-cycles
Structure for hydroelectric power plant water impounding works
Structure for hydroelectric power plant intake systems
Structure for hydroelectric power plant tail-race systems
Structure for hydroelectric power plant bypass systems
Structures for steam-, water- gas-cycles
Special structure (plant-specific)
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
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UM
UMA
UMB
UMC, UMD
UME
UMF
UMG
UMH
UMJ
UMK
UML
UMM
UMN…UMQ
UMR
UMS…UMW
UMX
UMY
UMZ
STRUCTURES FOR MAIN MACHINE SETS
Steam turbine building
Gas turbine building
Structures for main machine sets
Hydraulic turbine building
Structures for main machine sets
Pumped storage turbine building
Structures for main machine sets
Diesel engine building
Structure for generator equipment
Structures for main machine sets
Compressor system building
Structures for main machine sets
Gas engine plant building
Structures for main machine sets
Special structure (plant-specific)
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
UN
UNA…UNB
UNC
UND
UNE...UNJ
UNK
UNL…UNW
UNX
UNY
UNZ
STRUCTURES FOR PROCESS ENERGY SUPPLY
Structures for process energy supply
Structure for process air supply
Structure for process water supply
Structures for process energy supply
Structures for process gas supply
Structures for process energy supply
Special structure (plant-specific)
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
UP
STRUCTURES FOR COOLING WATER SYSTEMS (E.G. CIRCULATING
WATER INTAKE)
Circulating (cooling) water intake culvert
Service (secondary cooling) water intake culvert
Circulating (cooling) water intake structure
Service (secondary cooling) water intake structure
Structure for cooling water systems
Circulating (cooling) water treatment structure
Service (secondary cooling) water treatment structure
Structure for cooling water systems
Circulating (cooling) water inlet culvert
Service (secondary cooling) water inlet culvert
Biocide treatment building
Structure for cooling water systems
Debris trough
UPA
UPB
UPC
UPD
UPE…UPG
UPH
UPJ
UPK…UPM
UPN
UPP
UPQ
UPR
UPS
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UPT
UPU…UPW
UPX
UPY
UPZ
Wash water cleaning structure
Wash water cleaning structure
Special structure (plant-specific)
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
UQ
UQA
UQB
UQC…UQF
UQG
UQH
UQJ
UQV
UQW
UQX
UQY
UQZ
STRUCTURES FOR COOLING WATER SYSTEMS
Circulating (cooling) water pump building
Service (secondary cooling) water pump building
Structure for cooling water systems
Circulating (cooling) water overflow structure, surge tank
Screen wash water discharge culvert
Circulating (cooling) water seal pit, incl. circulating (cooling) water aeration
structure
Circulating (cooling) water venting structure
Service (secondary cooling) water surge pond
Service (secondary cooling) water collecting pond
Circulating (cooling) water outfall culvert
Service (secondary cooling) water outfall culvert
Circulating (cooling) water outfall structure
Service (secondary cooling) water outfall structure
Circulating (cooling) water discharge culvert
Service (secondary cooling) water discharge culvert
Circulating (cooling) water spillway structure, incl. circulating (cooling) water
aeration structure
Structure for artificial circulating (cooling) water aeration
Routing structure for circulating (cooling) water discharge
Special structure (plant-specific)
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
UR
URA
URB
URC
URD
URE
URF
URG
URH
URJ
URK
URL
URM
URN
URP
URQ
URR…URW
URX
URY
URZ
STRUCTURES FOR COOLING WATER SYSTEMS
Cooling tower structure (circulating/main cooling water)
Cooling tower structure (service/secondary cooling water)
Structure for cooling water systems
Cooling tower pump building (circulating/main cooling water)
Cooling tower pump building (service/secondary cooling water)
Structure for cooling water systems
Cooling tower connecting structure
Cooling tower outlet structure
Cooling tower outfall culvert
Cooling tower return structure
Cooling tower return culvert
Circulating (cooling) water distribution building
Cooling tower bypass structure
Cooling tower blow down structure
Cooling tower blow down culvert
Structure for cooling water systems
Special structure (plant-specific)
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
UQK
UQL
UQM
UQN
UQP
UQQ
UQR
UQS
UQT
UQU
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US
USA
USB
USC
USD…USF
USG
USH…USS
UST
USU
USV
USW
USX
USY
USZ
STRUCTURES FOR ANCILLARY SYSTEMS
Structure for heating, ventilation, air-conditioning (HVAC) systems
Structure for space heating systems
Structure for stationary compressed air supply system
Structures for ancillary systems
Fire pump house
Structures for ancillary systems
Workshop
Storage building
Laboratory building
Structures for ancillary systems
Special structure (plant-specific)
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
UT
UTA
UTB
UTC
UTD, UTE
UTF
UTG
UTH
UTJ
UTK…UTR
UTS
UTT…UTW
UTX
UTY
UTZ
STRUCTURES FOR AUXILIARY SYSTEMS
Supply systems building
Central water chiller building, conventional area
Central water chiller building, nuclear area
Structure for auxiliary systems
Compressed air system building
Central gas supply systems building (no fuel supply)
Auxiliary steam generator building
Smoke stack
Structure for auxiliary systems
Chemical storage tank pit
Structure for auxiliary systems
Special structure (plant-specific)
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
UU
UUA…UUZ
SHAFT STRUCTURES
Shaft structures (free for use)
UV
STRUCTURES FOR CHEMICAL FLUE GAS TREATMENT INCL.
RESIDUES REMOVAL (FOR HR, HS, HT)
Structure for flue gas-side heat exchanger
Structure for flue gas fan system
Structure for flue gas scrubber, reactor
Structure for adsorbent/absorbent circuit
Structure for reagent supply, incl. preparation/treatment, storage, forwarding
Structure for thickening and solids dewatering, solids drying and compacting
system
Structure for chemical flue gas treatment
Structure for (solids/product) forwarding, storage, loading
Structures for chemical flue gas treatment incl. residues removal (for HR, HS, HT)
Structure for catalyst handling and storage
UVA
UVB
UVC
UVD
UVE
UVF
UVG
UVH
UVJ…UVL
UVM
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UVN…UVW
UVX
UVY
UVZ
Structures for chemical flue gas treatment incl. residues removal (for HR, HS, HT)
Special structure (plant-specific)
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
UX
UXA
UXB…UXW
UXX
UXY
UXZ
STRUCTURES FOR EXTERNAL SYSTEMS (POWER PLANT-SPECIFIC)
Structures for seawater desalination plant
Structures for external systems (power plant-specific)
Special structure (plant-specific)
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
UY
UYA
UYB
UYC
UYD
UYE
UYF
UYG
UYH
UYJ
UYK…UYM
UYN
UYP
UYQ
UYR
UYS
UYT…UYW
UYX
UYY
UYZ
GENERAL SERVICE STRUCTURES
Office and staff amenities building
Staff amenities building
Administration building
Canteen
Gate house
Security gate house
Information centre
Training facilities
Medical centre
blocked
Railway engine shed
Fire station
Garage
Automobile workshop
Filling station
blocked
Special structure (plant-specific)
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
UZ
STRUCTURES FOR TRANSPORT, TRAFFIC, FENCING, GARDENS AND
OTHER PURPOSES
Works roadways, paths, incl. associated structures
blocked
Yards
Parking areas, incl. associated structures
Railway structures
Lifting gear structures
blocked
Fencing and gates
Gardens, incl. structures
Noise abatement structures
Protective structures against external impact
Structure for flood protection
Structure for bank/shoreline stabilization
Structure for river regulation
Jetty, quay
UZA
UZB
UZC
UZD
UZE
UZF
UZG, UZH
UZJ
UZK
UZL
UZM
UZN
UZP
UZQ
UZR
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UZT
UZU
UZV
UZW
UZX
UZY
UZZ
Breakwaters
Outdoor area, plots of land and land rights
Site security structure
blocked
Residential buildings, residential area
Special structure, scrap yard
Bridge structure
Ducting structure
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W – RENEWABLE ENERGY PLANTS
W
WA
Solar systems (free for use for coordinates)
WB
Solar systems (free for use for coordinates)
WC
Solar systems (free for use for coordinates)
WD
Solar systems (free for use for coordinates)
WE
Solar systems (free for use for coordinates)
WF
Solar systems (free for use for coordinates)
WG
Solar systems (free for use for coordinates)
WH
Solar systems (free for use for coordinates)
WJ
Solar systems (free for use for coordinates)
WK
Solar systems (free for use for coordinates)
WL
Solar systems (free for use for coordinates)
WM
Solar systems (free for use for coordinates)
WN
Solar systems (free for use for coordinates)
WP
Solar systems (free for use for coordinates)
WQ
Solar systems (free for use for coordinates)
WR
Solar systems (free for use for coordinates)
WS
Solar systems (free for use for coordinates)
WT
Solar heating systems
WU
blocked
WV
Lubricant supply system
WW
Sealing fluid supply system
WX
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
WY
Control and protection equipment
WZ
blocked
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SOLAR SYSTEMS
(free for use for coordinates)
WT
WTA…WTU
WTV, WTW
WTX
WTY
WTZ
SOLAR HEATING SYSTEMS
Solar heating systems
blocked
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
WV
WVA…WVU
WVV…WVZ
LUBRICANT SUPPLY SYSTEM
Lubricant supply system
blocked
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WW
SEALING FLUID SUPPLY SYSTEM
WWA…WWU Sealing fluid supply system
WWV…WWZ
blocked
WX
WXA…WXU
WXV…WXZ
FLUID SUPPLY SYSTEM FOR CONTROL AND PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
blocked
WY
WYA…WYU
WYV…WYZ
CONTROL AND PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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II - 2.17. X – HEAVY MACHINERY (NOT MAIN MACHINE
SETS)
X
XA
Steam turbine plant
XB
Gas turbine plant
XC
blocked
XD
blocked
XE
Hydraulic turbine plant
XF
blocked
XG
blocked
XH
blocked
XJ
Diesel engine plant
XK
Generator plant
XL
Electro-motive plant (incl. motor generator)
XM
blocked
XN
blocked
XP
XQ
XR
Common installations for heavy machinery
blocked
Gas engine plant
XS
blocked
XT
blocked
XU
blocked
XV
Lubricant supply system
XW
Sealing fluid supply system
XX
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
XY
Control and protection equipment
XZ
blocked
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XA
XAA
XAB
XAC
XAD
XAE, XAF
XAG
XAH
XAJ
XAK
XAL
XAM
XAN
XAP
XAQ
XAR…XAU
XAV
XAW
XAX
XAY
XAZ
STEAM TURBINE PLANT
HP turbine
IP turbine
LP turbine
Bearings
blocked
Condensing system
Motive water system (if separate from XAJ)
Air removal system
Transmission gear between prime mover and driven machine, incl. turning gear
Drain and vent systems
Leak-off steam system
Turbine bypass station, incl. desuperheating spray system
LP turbine bypass
Vent system (if separate from XAL)
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing, heating and cooling steam system
Non-electric control and protection equipment, incl. fluid supply system
Electrical control and protection equipment
blocked
XB
XBA
XBB
XBC
XBD
XBE…XBG
XBH
XBJ
XBK
GAS TURBINE PLANT
Turbine, compressor rotor with common casing
Turbine casing and rotor
Compressor casing and rotor
Bearings
blocked
Cooling and sealing gas system
Start-up unit
Transmission gear between prime mover and driven machine, incl. turning gear,
barring gear
Intake air, cold gas system (open cycle)
Combustion chamber (gas heating, combustion)
Fuel supply system (liquid)
Fuel supply system (gaseous)
Ignition fuel supply system (if separate)
Exhaust gas system (open cycle)
Storage system
Motive gas generator unit, incl. combustion chamber
Additive system
Lubricant supply system
Seal oil supply
Non-electric control and protection equipment, incl. fluid supply system
Electrical control and protection equipment
Lubricant and control fluid treatment system
XBL
XBM
XBN
XBP
XBQ
XBR
XBS
XBT
XBU
XBV
XBW
XBX
XBY
XBZ
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XE
XEA
XEB
XEC
XED
XEE, XEF
XEG
XEH, XEJ
XEK
XEL
XEM…XER
XES
XET, XEU
XEV
XEW
XEX
XEY
XEZ
HYDRAULIC TURBINE PLANT
Turbine (casing, shaft, runner etc.)
Isolating valve
blocked
Bearings
blocked
Stabilizing air system
blocked
Transmission gear between prime mover and driven machine
Water depression air supply system
blocked
Shaft gland cooling water system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing water supply system
Non-electric control and protection equipment, incl. fluid supply
Electrical control and protection equipment
blocked
XJ
XJA
XJB
XJC…XJF
XJG
XJH
XJJ
XJK
XJL, XJM
XJN
XJP
XJQ
XJR
XJS…XJU
XJV
XJW
XJX
XJY
XJZ
DIESEL ENGINE PLANT
Engine
Turbocharger, blower
blocked
Liquid cooling system
Air intercooling system
blocked
Transmission gear between prime mover and driven machine
blocked
Fuel systems
Start-up unit (incl. flywheel)
Air intake system
Exhaust gas system
blocked
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
XK
XKA
XKB
XKC
XKD
XKE
GENERATOR PLANT
Generator, complete, incl. stator, rotor and all integral cooling equipment
Exiter set (use only if XKC is not sufficient for identification)
Exiter set
Bearings
blocked
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XLV
XLW
XLX
XLY
XLZ
Stator / rotor liquid cooling system, incl. coolant supply system (Note: for cooling
oil see XKU)
Stator / rotor gas cooling system, incl. coolant supply system (Note: for nitrogen
cooling see XKH)
Stator / rotor nitrogen cooling system, incl. coolant supply system (Note: for other
gas cooling see XKG)
blocked
Exhaust gas system (if separate from XKG and XKH)
blocked
Stator / rotor cooling oil cooling system, incl. coolant supply system (Note: for
other liquid cooling see XKF)
Lubricant supply system (if separate system for generator)
Sealing fluid supply system (Sealing oil system, incl. supply and treatment)
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
ELECTRO-MOTIVE PLANT (INCL. MOTOR GENERATOR)
Motor frame, motor generator frame, incl. stator, rotor and all integral cooling
equipment
blocked
Exiter set
Bearings
blocked
Stator / rotor liquid cooling system, incl. coolant supply system (Note: for cooling
oil see XLU)
Stator / rotor gas cooling system, incl. coolant supply system (Note: for nitrogen
cooling see XLH)
Stator / rotor nitrogen cooling system, incl. coolant supply system (Note: for other
gas cooling see XLG)
blocked
Exhaust gas system (if separate from XLG and XLH)
blocked
Stator / rotor cooling oil cooling system, incl. coolant supply system (Note: for
other liquid cooling see XLF)
Lubricant supply system (if separate system for electro-motive units)
Sealing fluid supply system (sealing oil supply system, incl. supply and treatment)
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
XP
XPA
XPB
XPC…XPF
XPG
XPH…XPQ
XPR
XPS
XPT…XPZ
COMMON INSTALLATIONS FOR HEAVY MACHINERY
Foundations
Sheating
blocked
Frame, support structure
blocked
Forced cooling system
Drying and layup system
blocked
XKG
XKH
XKJ…XKP
XKQ
XKR…XKT
XKU
XKV
XKW
XKX
XKY
XKZ
XL
XLA
XLB
XLC
XLD
XLE
XLF
XLG
XLH
XLJ…XLP
XLQ
XLR…XLT
XLU
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XR
XRA…XRU
XRV
XRW
XRX
XRY
XRZ
GAS ENGINE PLANT
Gas engine plant
Lubricant supply system
Sealing fluid supply system
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
Control and protection equipment
blocked
XV
XVA…XVU
XVV…XVZ
LUBRICANT SUPPLY SYSTEM
Lubricant supply system
blocked
XW
XWA…XWU
XWV…XWZ
SEALING FLUID SUPPLY SYSTEM
Sealing fluid supply system
blocked
XX
XXA…XXU
XXV…XXZ
FLUID SUPPLY SYSTEM FOR CONTROL AND PROTECTION
EQUIPMENT
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment
blocked
XY
XYA…XYU
XYV…XYZ
CONTROL AND PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
Control and protection equipment
blocked
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Z – WORKSHOP AND OFFICE EQUIPMENT
Z
ZA…ZZ
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Part 1 – General
Chapter III – Equipment Unit Key
III -1. Introduction
The table below shows the designation and type of data characters used for equipment unit code.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of
breakdown level
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
A
N
()
0
1
2
3
Total plant
System (function)
Equipment unit
Component
G
F0
F1 F2 F3
FN
A1 A2
A or N
N
A A A NN
AN
A A
A3
B1 B2
BN
N N N (A)
A A
N N
Alphabetical symbols: 24 Roman letters except “I” and “O” (Special symbol “ – ” is
used for electrical components: data character B1)
Numerical symbols (Arabic numerals)
These data characters may be omitted
III - 1.1. Equipment Unit Identification
In the process-related code which is the most important and mostly applied type of codes in every
branch of engineering, the entire system is subdivided according to the function or process.
In this type of code, the breakdown level 2 contains equipment unit code.
Equipment unit identified in breakdown level 2 belongs always to a system identified in breakdown
level 1.
Equipment unit code consists of 2 letters (data characters A1 and A2), 3 digits (data characters AN)
and sometimes 1 letter (data character A3) which can be, and often is omitted.
Equipment unit classification
Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of
breakdown level
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
0
1
2
3
Total plant
System code
Equipment unit code
Component code
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
Classifying code elements,
which identify type of equipment unit
e.g. mechanical equipment, measuring circuits, etc.
A1
A2
A
A
AN
N
N
N
A3
B1
B2
(A)
A
A
BN
N
N
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Equipment unit numbering
Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of
breakdown level
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
0
1
2
3
Total plant
System code
Equipment unit code
Component code
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
A
AN
N
N
N
A3
B1
B2
(A)
A
A
BN
N
N
Numbering code elements
The AN number of breakdown level 2 is used to number the items of equipment classified in A1 and
A2.
Redundant zeros must be written, e.g. CF012 means the twelfth local measuring circuit of fluid flow
(the code CF12 is not correct).
The numbering code for the main group “C” (direct measuring circuits) in the same system and for
the same measured variable should not repeat in the last two numerals, although it is distinguished
by the first numeral.
Details of equipment unit numbering are subject to agreement between the parties to the project.
It is a common practice to apply a grouping numbering of equipment units: the first numeral points
the kind (type) of equipment unit identified in A1 and A2 (e.g. AA1 . . manual operated valves,
AA2 . . motor operated valves, etc.)
Additional numbering code
Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of
breakdown level
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
0
1
2
3
Total plant
System code
Equipment unit code
Component code
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
A
AN
N
N
N
A3
B1
B2
(A)
A
A
BN
N
N
Additional code
For the equipment unit code.
The additional code is used for the numbering of:
• Pilot valves and overpressure protection equipment
• Multiple supplies for electric loads
• Measuring circuits which share one sensor.
The additional code can be omitted.
Further applications are subject to agreement between the parties to the project.
The additional code is not an alternative code for the components identified under breakdown
level 3.
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III -2. EQUIPMENT UNIT KEY – MAIN GROUPS (A1)
*
A
Mechanical equipment
B
Mechanical equipment
C
Direct measuring circuits
D
Closed loop control circuits
E
Analog and binary signal conditioning
F
Indirect measuring circuits
G
Electrical equipment
H
Subassemblies of main and heavy machinery
J*
Nuclear assemblies
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A – MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT
A
AA
Valves, dampers, cocks, etc., incl. actuators, also manual
AB
Isolating elements
AC
Heat exchangers, heat transfer surfaces
AD
Sight-glasses, sight-holes, inspection windows
AE
Turning, driving, lifting and sleving gear (also manipulators)
AF
Continuous conveyors, feeders, escalators
AG
Generator units
AH
Heating, cooling and air conditioning units
AJ
Size reduction equipment, only as part of process
AK
Compacting and packaging equipment, only as part of process
AL
Turning gear (e.g. for turbine shaft)
AM
Mixers, agitators
AN
Compressor units, blowers, fans
AP
Pump units
AQ…AR
blocked
AS
Adjusting and tensioning equipment for non electrical variables (to be applied only,
if the actuator forms itself a constructive unit with another equipment unit)
AT
Cleaning, drying, filtering and separating equipment (excl. BT)
AU
Braking, gearbox, coupling equipment, non-electrical converters
AV
Combustion equipment, burners, grates
AW
Stationary tooling, treatment equipment
AX
Test and monitoring equipment for plant maintenance
AY…AZ
blocked
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AA
Valves, dampers, cocks, etc., incl. actuators, also manual
AA001 ÷ 099
Isolation valves, manual operated
AA101 ÷ 199
Isolation valves, operated
AA201 ÷ 299
Control valves, reducing valves
AA301 ÷ 399
Check valves
AA401 ÷ 499
Safety valves
AA501 ÷ 599
Other mountings
AA601 ÷ 699
Isolation valves of measuring nozzles
AA701 ÷ 799
Isolation valves of air removal
AA801 ÷ 899
Drain valves
AA901 ÷ 999
Solenoid operated valves
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AB
Isolating elements
AB001 ÷ 099
Overall identification, steam traps
AB101 ÷ 199
Isolating elements (rotary valves) for pulsatory filters, for ash hoppers, etc.
AB201 ÷ 299
Gates for buildings and fencing
AB301 ÷ 399
Box feeders
AB401 ÷ 499
Reserve
AB501 ÷ 599
Reserve
AB601 ÷ 699
Reserve
AB701 ÷ 799
Lock-gates
AB801 ÷ 899
Reserve
AB901 ÷ 999
Special and the others
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AC
Heat exchangers, heat transfer surfaces
AC001 ÷ 099
Heat exchangers for steam and water (e.g. main condensate heaters, feed water
heaters, condensers, water coolers, feed water deaerators, etc.)
AC101 ÷ 199
Heat exchangers for air (e.g. rotary air preheaters, steam air heaters, air coolers)
AC201 ÷ 299
Heat exchangers of gas/liquid type (e.g. hydrogen coolers, propane – evaporators)
AC301 ÷ 399
Reserve
AC401 ÷ 499
Air heaters and air coolers for heating, ventilation and air – conditioning systems
AC501 ÷ 599
Heat exchangers for oil (e.g. oil coolers, oil heaters)
AC601 ÷ 699
Reserve
AC701 ÷ 799
Reserve
AC801 ÷ 899
Reserve
AC901 ÷ 999
Special and the others
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AD
Sight-glasses, sight-holes, inspection windows
AD001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
AD101 ÷ 199
Reserve
AD201 ÷ 299
Reserve
AD301 ÷ 399
Reserve
AD401 ÷ 499
Reserve
AD501 ÷ 599
Reserve
AD601 ÷ 699
Reserve
AD701 ÷ 799
Reserve
AD801 ÷ 899
Reserve
AD901 ÷ 999
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AE
Turning, driving, lifting and sleving gear
AE001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
AE101 ÷ 199
Drives for belt conveyors
AE201 ÷ 299
Wagon tipplers
AE301 ÷ 399
Turn-tables
AE401 ÷ 499
Overhead travelling cranes
AE501 ÷ 599
Cranes
AE601 ÷ 699
Hoists
AE701 ÷ 799
Elevators, lifts
AE801 ÷ 899
Loaders, dumping conveyors
AE901 ÷ 999
Special and the others
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AF
Continuous conveyors, feeders, escalators
AF001 ÷ 099
Overall identification, aeration troughs
AF101 ÷ 199
Belt conveyors
AF201 ÷ 299
Chain conveyors
AF301 ÷ 399
Screw conveyors
AF401 ÷ 499
Other conveyors
AF501 ÷ 599
Drawing hopper carriages, feeders, dischargers
AF601 ÷ 699
Elevator
AF701 ÷ 799
Box feeders, tank pumps
AF801 ÷ 899
Escalators
AF901 ÷ 999
Special and the others (e.g. mobile plows)
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AG
Generator units
AG001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
AG101 ÷ 199
Hydrogenerators
AG201 ÷ 299
Diesel generators
AG301 ÷ 399
Steam-electric generating sets
AG401 ÷ 499
Air-electric generating sets
AG501 ÷ 599
Reserve
AG601 ÷ 699
Reserve
AG701 ÷ 799
Reserve
AG801 ÷ 899
Reserve
AG901 ÷ 999
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AH
Heating, cooling and air conditioning units
AH001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
AH101 ÷ 199
Heating units
AH201 ÷ 299
Other heating units
AH301 ÷ 399
Cooling units
AH401 ÷ 499
Humidifiers
AH501 ÷ 599
Oil heaters
AH601 ÷ 699
Air conditioners
AH701 ÷ 799
Condensers of air conditioners
AH801 ÷ 899
Reserve
AH901 ÷ 999
Special and the others
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AJ
Size reduction equipment
AJ001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
AJ101 ÷ 199
Crushers, grinders
AJ201 ÷ 299
Breakers (e.g. for slag, coal)
AJ301 ÷ 399
Ball and tube mills (pulverisers)
AJ401 ÷ 499
Ball-mills, roller-mills (pulverisers)
AJ501 ÷ 599
Beater mills, pulverisers (hammer pulverisers, fan pulverisers)
AJ601 ÷ 699
Reserve
AJ701 ÷ 799
Reserve
AJ801 ÷ 899
Reserve
AJ901 ÷ 999
Special and the others
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AK
Compacting and packaging equipment
AK001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
AK101 ÷ 199
Power presses
AK201 ÷ 299
Hydraulic presses
AK301 ÷ 399
Packaging equipment
AK401 ÷ 499
Reserve
AK501 ÷ 599
Reserve
AK601 ÷ 699
Reserve
AK701 ÷ 799
Reserve
AK801 ÷ 899
Reserve
AK901 ÷ 999
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AL
Turning gear
AL001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
AL101 ÷ 199
Turbine turning gears, motor operated
AL201 ÷ 299
Hydraulic turning gears for shafts
AL301 ÷ 399
Reserve
AL401 ÷ 499
Reserve
AL501 ÷ 599
Reserve
AL601 ÷ 699
Reserve
AL701 ÷ 799
Reserve
AL801 ÷ 899
Reserve
AL901 ÷ 999
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AM
Mixers, agitators
AM001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
AM101 ÷ 199
Disk sieves, coal screens
AM201 ÷ 299
Mixers for loose material
AM301 ÷ 399
Mixers for liquids
AM401 ÷ 499
Mixers for liquids and loose material
AM501 ÷ 599
Reserve
AM601 ÷ 699
Reserve
AM701 ÷ 799
Mixers for liquids and gases
AM801 ÷ 899
Mixers for gases
AM901 ÷ 999
Special and the others
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AN
Compressor units, blowers, fans
AN001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
AN101 ÷ 199
Air fans (forced draught fans)
AN201 ÷ 299
Flue gas fans (induced draught fans)
AN301 ÷ 399
Pulveriser fans
AN401 ÷ 499
Ventilation fans, air conditioning fans
AN501 ÷ 599
Other fans
AN601 ÷ 699
Air blowers
AN701 ÷ 799
Compressor units
AN801 ÷ 899
Fans for flammable gases and vapours
AN901 ÷ 999
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AP
Pump units
AP001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
AP101 ÷ 199
Pump units for clear water (e.g. condensate, feed water, distillate)
AP201 ÷ 299
Pump units for flushing-, washing-water
AP301 ÷ 399
Reserve
AP401 ÷ 499
Pump units for raw water (e.g. cooling water)
AP501 ÷ 599
Oil pump units
AP601 ÷ 699
Vacuum pump units
AP701 ÷ 799
Chemicals pump units (acid, lye, hydrazine)
AP801 ÷ 899
Tank pump units, jet pump units for ash slurry
AP901 ÷ 999
Special and the others (e.g. for waste water)
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AS
Adjusting and tensioning equipment for non electrical
variables
AS001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
AS101 ÷ 199
Mechanical actuators
AS201 ÷ 299
Hydraulic adjusting equipment
AS301 ÷ 399
Pneumatic adjusting equipment
AS401 ÷ 499
Reserve
AS501 ÷ 599
Reserve
AS601 ÷ 699
Reserve
AS701 ÷ 799
Reserve
AS801 ÷ 899
Reserve
AS901 ÷ 999
Reserve
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AT
Cleaning, drying, filtering and separating equipment (excl.
BT)
AT001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
AT101 ÷ 199
Filters, cleaning equipment for water and steam. Reactor, desorber.
AT201 ÷ 299
Cleaning equipment, filters and driers for air and other gases.
Filters in ventilation and air conditioning systems.
AT301 ÷ 399
Centrifugal separators, purifiers
AT401 ÷ 499
Electromagnetic separators, metal detectors in coal, shaking screens, classifying
screens, separators for non-magnetic impurities
AT501 ÷ 599
Oil filters
AT601 ÷ 699
Other cleaning equipment (e.g. rappers)
AT701 ÷ 799
Other filtering and regenerating equipment (e.g. cation exchangers)
AT801 ÷ 899
Other drying equipment
AT901 ÷ 999
Special and the others (e.g. ion separators)
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AU
Braking, gearbox, coupling equipment, non-electrical
converters
AU001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
AU101 ÷ 199
Braking equipment
AU201 ÷ 299
Gearboxes
AU301 ÷ 399
Coupling equipment
AU401 ÷ 499
Non-electrical converters
AU501 ÷ 599
Reserve
AU601 ÷ 699
Reserve
AU701 ÷ 799
Reserve
AU801 ÷ 899
Reserve
AU901 ÷ 999
Special and the others
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AV
Combustion equipment, burners, grates
AV001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
AV101 ÷ 199
Burners
AV201 ÷ 299
Combustion chambers (e.g. for gas turbines)
AV301 ÷ 399
Grates
AV401 ÷ 499
Reserve
AV501 ÷ 599
Reserve
AV601 ÷ 699
Reserve
AV701 ÷ 799
Reserve
AV801 ÷ 899
Reserve
AV901 ÷ 999
Special and the others
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AW
Stationary tooling, treatment equipment
AW001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
AW101 ÷ 199
Machining, cutting, grinding, polishing equipment
AW201 ÷ 299
Plastic forming equipment
AW301 ÷ 399
Bending equipment
AW401 ÷ 499
Welding equipment
AW501 ÷ 599
Heat treatment equipment
AW601 ÷ 699
Chemical treatment equipment
AW701 ÷ 799
Chemical treatment equipment
AW801 ÷ 899
Reserve
AW901 ÷ 999
Special and the others
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AX
Test and monitoring equipment for plant maintenance
AX001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
AX101 ÷ 199
Sampling equipment for chemical analysis
AX201 ÷ 299
Sampling equipment for fuel analysis
AX301 ÷ 399
Equipment for radiation inspection
AX401 ÷ 499
Laboratories equipment
AX501 ÷ 599
Reserve
AX601 ÷ 699
Reserve
AX701 ÷ 799
Reserve
AX801 ÷ 899
Scales, weighers
AX901 ÷ 999
Special and the others
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B – MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT
B
BA
BB
BC, BD
blocked
Storage equipment (tanks)
blocked
BE
Shafts (for erection and maintenance only)
BF
Foundations
BG…BM
blocked
BN
Jet pumps, ejectors, injectors
BP
Flow restrictors, limiters, orifices (not metering orifices)
BQ
Hangers, supports, racks, piping penetrations
BR
Piping, ductwork, chutes
BS
Silencers
BT
Flue gas catalytic converter modules
BU
Insulation, sheathing
BV…BZ
blocked
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BB
Storage equipment (tanks)
BB001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
BB101 ÷ 199
Storage equipment for solid and loose materials (fuel, ash, slag, lime, etc.)
BB201 ÷ 299
Atmospheric-pressure water tanks, water basins
BB301 ÷ 399
Atmospheric-pressure tanks, basins for other fluids and mixtures (pulp, liquid
wastes)
BB401 ÷ 499
Oil tanks (lubricating oil, control oil, cooling oil)
BB501 ÷ 599
Pressurized water tanks (drums, feed water tanks, expansion tanks)
BB601 ÷ 699
Liquid fuels tanks
BB701 ÷ 799
Tanks for chemicals (hydrazine, acid, lye, etc.)
BB801 ÷ 899
Pressurized gas holders, gas cylinders
BB901 ÷ 999
Special tanks and the others
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BE
Shafts (for erection and maintenance only)
BE001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
BE101 ÷ 199
Elevators, lifts
BE201 ÷ 299
Reserve
BE301 ÷ 399
Reserve
BE401 ÷ 499
Reserve
BE501 ÷ 599
Reserve
BE601 ÷ 699
Reserve
BE701 ÷ 799
Reserve
BE801 ÷ 899
Reserve
BE901 ÷ 999
Reserve
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BF
Foundations
BF001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
BF101 ÷ 199
Reserve
BF201 ÷ 299
Reserve
BF301 ÷ 399
Reserve
BF401 ÷ 499
Reserve
BF501 ÷ 599
Reserve
BF601 ÷ 699
Reserve
BF701 ÷ 799
Reserve
BF801 ÷ 899
Reserve
BF901 ÷ 999
Reserve
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BN
Jet pumps, ejectors, injectors
BN001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
BN101 ÷ 199
Steam ejectors
BN201 ÷ 299
Water jet ejectors, hydroelevators
BN301 ÷ 399
Reserve
BN401 ÷ 499
Reserve
BN501 ÷ 599
Oil ejectors
BN601 ÷ 699
Reserve
BN701 ÷ 799
Jet pumps, ejectors for chemicals
BN801 ÷ 899
Reserve
BN901 ÷ 999
Reserve
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BP
Flow restrictors, limiters, orifices (not metering orifices)
BP001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
BP101 ÷ 199
Reserve
BP201 ÷ 299
Reserve
BP301 ÷ 399
Reserve
BP401 ÷ 499
Reserve
BP501 ÷ 599
Reserve
BP601 ÷ 699
Reserve
BP701 ÷ 799
Reserve
BP801 ÷ 899
Reserve
BP901 ÷ 999
Reserve
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BQ
Hangers, supports, racks, piping penetrations
BQ001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
BQ101 ÷ 199
Piping hangers and supports (tie rod hangers, spring hangers, constant load spring
hangers, etc.)
BQ201 ÷ 299
Reserve
BQ301 ÷ 399
Duct hangers and supports
BQ401 ÷ 499
Reserve
BQ501 ÷ 599
Reserve
BQ601 ÷ 699
Reserve
BQ701 ÷ 799
Reserve
BQ801 ÷ 899
Reserve
BQ901 ÷ 999
Reserve
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BR
Piping, ductwork, chutes
BR001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
BR101 ÷ 199
Reserve
BR201 ÷ 299
Drains, air vents
BR301 ÷ 399
Reserve
BR401 ÷ 499
Reserve
BR501 ÷ 599
Reserve
BR601 ÷ 699
Reserve
BR701 ÷ 799
Reserve
BR801 ÷ 899
Reserve
BR901 ÷ 999
Expansion joints
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BS
Silencers
BS001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
BS101 ÷ 199
Silencers for safety valves
BS201 ÷ 299
Reserve
BS301 ÷ 399
Gas silencers (for air-, flue gas-fans, for Diesel engines, etc.)
BS401 ÷ 499
Sound attenuating enclosures, covers
BS501 ÷ 599
Reserve
BS601 ÷ 699
Reserve
BS701 ÷ 799
Reserve
BS801 ÷ 899
Reserve
BS901 ÷ 999
Special and the others
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BT
Flue gas catalytic converter modules
BT001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
BT101 ÷ 199
Reserve
BT201 ÷ 299
Reserve
BT301 ÷ 399
Reserve
BT401 ÷ 499
Reserve
BT501 ÷ 599
Reserve
BT601 ÷ 699
Reserve
BT701 ÷ 799
Reserve
BT801 ÷ 899
Reserve
BT901 ÷ 999
Reserve
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BU
Insulation, sheathing
BU001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
BU101 ÷ 199
Heat insulation for turbines, pumps, fans, electrostatic precipitators, etc.)
BU201 ÷ 299
Heat insulation for piping and ducts
BU301 ÷ 399
Local heat insulation
BU401 ÷ 499
Heat screens
BU501 ÷ 599
Reserve
BU601 ÷ 699
Reserve
BU701 ÷ 799
Reserve
BU801 ÷ 899
Reserve
BU901 ÷ 999
Special and the others
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C – DIRECT MEASURING CIRCUITS
C
CA
Quality variables (flue gases, air analysis )
CB
Burner flame
CC
blocked
CD
Density
CE
Electrical variables: current, voltage, power, frequency, etc.
CF
Flow, rate (mass or volume), flow capacity
CG
Distance, length, position, direction of rotation
CH
Manual operations, manual control ( e.g. fire alarm)
CJ
blocked
CK
Time
CL
Level ( also for mediums dividing line)
CM
Humidity, moisture relative or absolute
CN
blocked
CP
Pressure
CQ
Quality variables (analysis of water, condensate, material properties etc.),
other than *CD.,*CM,*CV
CR
Radiation
CS
Velocity, speed, frequency ( mechanical), acceleration
CT
Temperature
CU
Combined and other special variables
CV
Viscosity
CW
Weight, mass, turning moment, forces
CX*
Neutron flux
CY
Vibration, expansion, extension
CZ
*
blocked
not included in this edition
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Quality variable (flue gases analysis, air analysis)
Direct measuring circuit of :
contents of oxygen in the flue gases
contents of carbon dioxide in the flue gases
contents of nitrogen oxide in the flue gases
contents of nitrogen dioxide in the flue gases
contents of sulphur dioxide in the flue gases
pollution (contents of dust) of the flue gases
heat value of fuel (Hu)
combustion heat(Ho)
competent variables for analysis: composition, quality,
characteristics of substance or material
CA001 ÷ 099
Field readout device,
CA101 ÷ 199
Local or remote with binary signal from field devices
CA201 ÷ 299
Local or remote with analog signal from field devices (made by means of
transmitter e.g with current output signal. 4...20 mA)
CA301 ÷ 399
Reserve
CA401 ÷ 499
Reserve
CA501 ÷ 599
Reserve
CA601 ÷ 699
Reserve
CA701 ÷ 799
Reserve
CA801 ÷ 899
Reserve
CA901 ÷ 999
Local or remote - combined, after logical operations e.g. (extremum value, average
value, selection 2 of 3, etc) made on field mounted equipment
CB
Direct measuring circuit of burner flame
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CB001 ÷ 099
Field readout device,
CB101 ÷ 199
Local or remote with binary signal from field devices
CB201 ÷ 299
Local or remote with analog signal from field devices (made by means of
transmitter e.g with current output signal. 4...20 mA)
CB301 ÷ 399
Reserve
CB401 ÷ 499
Reserve
CB501 ÷ 599
Reserve
CB601 ÷ 699
Reserve
CB701 ÷ 799
Reserve
CB801 ÷ 899
Reserve
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CD
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Direct measuring circuit of :
specific weight
density
specific volume
volume ( of gases) in standard conditions
CD001 ÷ 099
Field readout device,
CD101 ÷ 199
Local or remote with binary signal from field devices
CD201 ÷ 299
Local or remote with analog signal from field devices (made by means of
transmitter e.g with current output signal. 4...20 mA)
CD301 ÷ 399
Reserve
CD401 ÷ 499
Reserve
CD501 ÷ 599
Reserve
CD601 ÷ 699
Reserve
CD701 ÷ 799
Reserve
CD801 ÷ 899
Reserve
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Direct measuring circuit of electrical parameters:
current intensity
voltage
power
frequency
etc.
CE001 ÷ 099
Field readout device,
CE101 ÷ 199
Local or remote with binary signal from field devices
CE201 ÷ 299
Local or remote with analog signal from field devices (made by means of
transmitter e.g with current output signal. 4...20 mA)
CE301 ÷ 399
Reserve
CE401 ÷ 499
Reserve
CE501 ÷ 599
Reserve
CE601 ÷ 699
Reserve
CE701 ÷ 799
Reserve
CE801 ÷ 899
Reserve
CE901 ÷ 999
Local or remote - combined, after logical operations e.g. (extremum value, average
value, selection 2 of 3, etc) made on field mounted equipment
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Direct measuring circuit of :
flow intensity
mass flow
volume flow
flow capacity
mass flux
volume flux
flow flux
CF001 ÷ 099
Field readout device,
CF101 ÷ 199
Local or remote with binary signal from field devices
CF201 ÷ 299
Local or remote with analog signal from field devices (made by means of
transmitter e.g with current output signal. 4...20 mA)
CF301 ÷ 399
Reserve
CF401 ÷ 499
Reserve
CF501 ÷ 599
Reserve
CF601 ÷ 699
Reserve
CF701 ÷ 799
Reserve
CF801 ÷ 899
Reserve
CF901 ÷ 999
Local or remote - combined, after logical operations e.g. (extremum value, average
value, selection 2 of 3, etc) made on field mounted equipment
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Direct measuring circuit of :
length
angle
direction of rotation
distance
position
surface
CG001 ÷ 099
Field readout device,
CG101 ÷ 199
Local or remote with binary signal from field devices
CG201 ÷ 299
Local or remote with analog signal from field devices (made by means of
transmitter e.g with current output signal. 4...20 mA)
CG301 ÷ 399
Reserve
CG401 ÷ 499
Reserve
CG501 ÷ 599
Reserve
CG601 ÷ 699
Reserve
CG701 ÷ 799
Reserve
CG801 ÷ 899
Reserve
CG901 ÷ 999
Local or remote - combined, after logical operations e.g. (extremum value, average
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CH
Direct measuring circuit with manual data input (manual
controller)
CH001 ÷ 099
Field readout device,
CH101 ÷ 199
Local,
CH201 ÷ 299
Remote,
CH301 ÷ 399
Reserve
CH401 ÷ 499
Reserve
CH501 ÷ 599
Reserve
CH601 ÷ 699
Reserve
CH701 ÷ 799
Reserve
CH801 ÷ 899
Reserve
CH901 ÷ 999
Remote combined.
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CK
Direct measuring circuit of time
CK001 ÷ 099
Field readout device,
CK101 ÷ 199
Local or remote with binary signal from field devices
CK201 ÷ 299
Local or remote with analog signal from field devices (made by means of
transmitter e.g with current output signal. 4...20 mA)
CK301 ÷ 399
Reserve
CK401 ÷ 499
Reserve
CK501 ÷ 599
Reserve
CK601 ÷ 699
Reserve
CK701 ÷ 799
Reserve
CK801 ÷ 899
Reserve
CK901 ÷ 999
Local or remote combined.
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Direct measuring circuit of :
volume of tank
level
level of limiting layer between different factors
filled state (e.g. in tank)
height or upper level of electr-mec.
CL001 ÷ 099
Field readout device,
CL101 ÷ 199
Local or remote with binary signal from field devices
CL201 ÷ 299
Local or remote with analog signal from field devices (made by means of
transmitter e.g with current output signal. 4...20 mA)
CL301 ÷ 399
Reserve
CL401 ÷ 499
Reserve
CL501 ÷ 599
Reserve
CL601 ÷ 699
Reserve
CL701 ÷ 799
Reserve
CL801 ÷ 899
Reserve
CL901 ÷ 999
Local or remote - combined, after logical operations e.g. (extremum value, average
value, selection 2 of 3, etc) made on field mounted equipment
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CM
Direct measuring circuit of humidity or moisture
CM001 ÷ 099
Field readout device,
CM101 ÷ 199
Local or remote with binary signal from field devices
CM201 ÷ 299
Local or remote with analog signal from field devices (made by means of
transmitter e.g with current output signal. 4...20 mA)
CM301 ÷ 399
Reserve
CM401 ÷ 499
Reserve
CM501 ÷ 599
Reserve
CM601 ÷ 699
Reserve
CM701 ÷ 799
Reserve
CM801 ÷ 899
Reserve
CM901 ÷ 999
Local or remote - combined, after logical operations e.g. (extremum value, average
value, selection 2 of 3, regarding influence from other parameter e.g. temperature
etc) made on field mounted equipment
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Direct measuring circuit of:
acoustic pressure
atmospheric pressure
pressure (overpressure)
absolute pressure
difference of pressures
CP001 ÷ 099
Field readout device,
CP101 ÷ 199
Local or remote with binary signal from field devices
CP201 ÷ 299
Local or remote with analog signal from field devices (made by means of
transmitter e.g with current output signal. 4...20 mA)
CP301 ÷ 399
Reserve
CP401 ÷ 499
Reserve
CP501 ÷ 599
Reserve
CP601 ÷ 699
Measuring pockets, thermo elements
CP701 ÷ 799
Reserve
CP801 ÷ 899
Reserve
CP901 ÷ 999
Local or remote - combined, after logical operations e.g. (extremum value, average
value, selection 2 of 3, etc) made on field mounted equipment
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Quality variable (analysis of water, condensate, etc) not
included in CD, CM, CV
Direct measuring circuit of :
pH value
contents of oxygen in water
salinity of water, of condensate, etc.
conductivity
degree of concentration
temperature, referring to boiling point temperature
boiling point temperature
variables competent for analysis: contents, composition, quality,
data characteristics of substance or material
CQ001 ÷ 099
Field readout device,
CQ101 ÷ 199
Local or remote with binary signal from field devices
CQ201 ÷ 299
Local or remote with analog signal from field devices (made by means of
transmitter e.g with current output signal. 4...20 mA)
CQ301 ÷ 399
Reserve
CQ401 ÷ 499
Reserve
CQ501 ÷ 599
Reserve
CQ601 ÷ 699
Reserve
CQ701 ÷ 799
Reserve
CQ801 ÷ 899
Reserve
CQ901 ÷ 999
Local or remote - combined, after logical operations e.g. (extremum value, average
value, selection 2 of 3, etc) made on field mounted equipment
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Direct measuring circuit of :
activity, (e.g. of radiation)
rate of lighting intensity
radiation, radioactivity
CR001 ÷ 099
Field readout device,
CR101 ÷ 199
Local or remote with binary signal from field devices
CR201 ÷ 299
Local or remote with analog signal from field devices (made by means of
transmitter e.g with current output signal. 4...20 mA)
CR301 ÷ 399
Local or remote made by means of transmitter with voltage output signal (mV or
V),
CR401 ÷ 499
Local or remote made by means of transmitter with resistance output signal from
sensor ,
CR501 ÷ 599
Local or remote as a binary signal from field contact,
CR601 ÷ 699
Reserve
CR701 ÷ 799
Reserve
CR801 ÷ 899
Reserve
CR901 ÷ 999
Local or remote - combined, after logical operations e.g. (extremum value, average
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Direct measuring circuit of :
frequency (mechanical)
velocity, speed
angular velocity
rotation velocity
acceleration
CS001 ÷ 099
Field readout device,
CS101 ÷ 199
Local or remote with binary signal from field devices
CS201 ÷ 299
Local or remote with analog signal from field devices (made by means of
transmitter e.g with current output signal. 4...20 mA)
CS301 ÷ 399
Reserve
CS401 ÷ 499
Reserve
CS501 ÷ 599
Reserve
CS601 ÷ 699
Reserve
CS701 ÷ 799
Reserve
CS801 ÷ 899
Reserve
CS901 ÷ 999
Local or remote - combined, after logical operations e.g. (extremum value, average
value, selection 2 of 3, etc) made on field mounted equipment
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CT
Direct measuring circuit of temperature
CT001 ÷ 099
Field readout device,
CT101 ÷ 199
Local or remote with binary signal from field devices
CT201 ÷ 299
Local or remote with analog signal from field devices (made by means of
transmitter e.g with current output signal. 4...20 mA)
CT301 ÷ 399
Reserve
CT401 ÷ 499
Reserve
CT501 ÷ 599
Reserve
CT601 ÷ 699
Measuring pockets and thermo elements
CT701 ÷ 799
Reserve
CT801 ÷ 899
Reserve
CT901 ÷ 999
Local or remote - combined, after logical operations e.g. (extremum value, average
value, selection 2 of 3, etc) made on field mounted equipment
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Direct measuring circuit of :
enthalpy
density of mechanical power
quantity of heat
unitary steam consumption
heat and mechanical power
volume (not tanks)
mechanical work (energy)
heat flow
combined and special variables
mechanical resistance
heat consumption
CU001 ÷ 099
Field readout device,
CU101 ÷ 199
Local or remote with binary signal from field devices
CU201 ÷ 299
Local or remote with analog signal from field devices (made by means of
transmitter e.g with current output signal. 4...20 mA)
CU301 ÷ 399
Reserve
CU401 ÷ 499
Reserve
CU501 ÷ 599
Reserve
CU601 ÷ 699
Reserve
CU701 ÷ 799
Reserve
CU801 ÷ 899
Reserve
CU901 ÷ 999
Local or remote - combined, after logical operations e.g. (extremum value, average
value, selection 2 of 3, etc) made on field mounted equipment
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CV
Direct measuring circuit of viscosity
CV001 ÷ 099
Field readout device,
CV101 ÷ 199
Local or remote with binary signal from field devices
CV201 ÷ 299
Local or remote with analog signal from field devices (made by means of
transmitter e.g with current output signal. 4...20 mA)
CV301 ÷ 399
Local or remote made by means of transmitter with voltage output signal (mV or
V),
CV401 ÷ 499
Local or remote made by means of transmitter with resistance output signal from
sensor ,
CV501 ÷ 599
Local or remote as a binary signal from field contact,
CV601 ÷ 699
Reserve
CV701 ÷ 799
Reserve
CV801 ÷ 899
Reserve
CV901 ÷ 999
Local or remote - combined, after logical operations e.g. (extremum value, average
value, selection 2 of 3, etc) made on field mounted equipment
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Direct measuring circuit of :
weight
mass
turning or bending moment
force
CW001 ÷ 099
Field readout device,
CW101 ÷ 199
Local or remote with binary signal from field devices
CW201 ÷ 299
Local or remote with analog signal from field devices (made by means of
transmitter e.g with current output signal. 4...20 mA)
CW301 ÷ 399
Reserve
CW401 ÷ 499
Reserve
CW501 ÷ 599
Reserve
CW601 ÷ 699
Reserve
CW701 ÷ 799
Reserve
CW801 ÷ 899
Reserve
CW901 ÷ 999 Local or remote - combined, after logical operations e.g. (extremum value, average
value, selection 2 of 3, etc) made on field mounted equipment
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Direct measuring circuit of :
vibration
extension
turbine special measurements (e.g. eccentricity, shift displacement,
bearing vibrations etc. )
pipe displacement
CY001 ÷ 099
Field readout device,
CY101 ÷ 199
Local or remote with binary signal from field devices
CY201 ÷ 299
Local or remote with analog signal from field devices (made by means of
transmitter e.g with current output signal. 4...20 mA)
CY301 ÷ 399
Reserve
CY401 ÷ 499
Reserve
CY501 ÷ 599
Reserve
CY601 ÷ 699
Reserve
CY701 ÷ 799
Reserve
CY801 ÷ 899
Reserve
CY901 ÷ 999
Local or remote - combined, after logical operations e.g. (extremum value, average
value, selection 2 of 3, etc) made on field mounted equipment
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D – LOOP CONTROL CIRCUITS
D
DA
Quality variable (analysis of flue gases , of air)
DB...DC
blocked
DD
Density
DE
Electrical variables: current, voltage, power, frequency etc.
DF
Flow rate (mass, volume)
DG
Distance, length, position, direction of rotation
DH, DJ
blocked
DK
Time
DL
Level (also for mediums dividing line)
DM
Moisture, humidity relative or absolute
DN
blocked
DP
Pressure
DQ
Quality variables (analysis of water, of condensate, material properties)
other than DD, DM, DV
DR
Radiation
DS
Velocity, speed, frequency ( mechanical), acceleration
DT
Temperature
DU
Combined and other special variables
DV
Viscosity
DW
Weight, mass
DX
Neutron flux
DY
Vibration, expansion, extension
DZ
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In digital systems , in which automatic regulation systems are most often realised with
standard procedures, other ways of describing of regulation systems are applied. Modern methods of
digital systems programming and ability of efficient use of technical documentation require to use
the concept of functional group ( positions A1 and A2 ) and number of the group ( positions An - three
numerals) depending on degree of complexity of automatic analog control system.
In case of single automatic regulation circuits there is possibility of using rule of identifying
this circuit with so called „object end”, that is executive device. All signals in such automatic
regulation system in breakdown level KKS 0, 1, 2, are described identically. These signals differs
only with component code so called ‘extensions’. This rule does not refer to direct measurement
circuits, which apply to technical installation and physical variable. The way of assigning
‘extensions’ is described in chapter IV - Component codes.
In case of single closed regulation circuits, it is divided into 2 parts: regulation part and
control part. Regulation part is described in level 1 by process-related installation, and level 2 by the
controlled parameter - control part is described by executive device e.g.
H1 LAD10 DL100
H1 LCH10 AA201
regulation part - level loop in HP heater no. 3
control part - level loop in HP heater no. 3
Referring to combined (superior) automatic regulation systems for sign position AN (three
numerals) it is recommended to apply the following rules :
• 100, 200, 300 etc. - the whole main circuit e.g. boiler load analog control loop
• 101, 102, 103 etc. - auxiliary circuits in main circuit
Manual regulation circuits ( URR ) are described on levels 1 and 2 according to the same
way, while AN numbers are between range 001 and 099.
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III - 2.4.1.
Identification Examples
SBA10
SBA10 AA201
SBA10 DT201
temperature measurement
10-th section of heating installation
valve no.1
10-th section of heating installation SBA
Example III - 2.4.1.
Identification of direct temperature regulation (with separate measuring
sensor from the valve)
PC
H0 LAB10 DP201
PI
H0 LAB10 CP201
LAB10
Example III - 2.4.2.
LAB10 DP201
regulation loop no.1
10 section of feedwater system
LAB
Direct pressure control loop in feed water system
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III - 2.5. E – BINARY AND ANALOG SIGNAL AND
VARIABLE CONDITIONING
E
EA...EE
Open loop control
EF
blocked
EG...EK
Alarm, annunciation
EL
blocked
EM...EQ Digital system circuits ( computer process)
ER
Reactor protection circuits
ES, ET
EU
blocked
Combined binary and analog signal conditioning
EV
blocked
EW...EZ Protection
For example :
EA - Conditioning of signals related to functional control group.
EB - Conditioning of signals related to single drive control .
EM - Conditioning of signals related to functional measurement group in digital system.
EY - Conditioning of signals related to functional protection group of technical and electrical
protection system of the unit.
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Referring to conditioned variables ( E ) for code position AN ( three numerals ) it is recommended to
apply the following rules:
• 100, 200, 300, etc. - whole main circuit related to signal conditioning e.g. control
• 101, 102, 103, etc. - auxiliary circuits of signal conditioning in main circuit
The numbers of functional group (code positions AN - three numerals ) are very often indicated by
other conditions which help quickly to locate this group , e.g.
• in one or two channels systems ( Simatic system ) each protection algorithm is given
identical functional group’s KKS and number of function is conform to address of
software program block „FB”
for “FB10”
10HYH10EY10n
•
for “FB45”
10HYH10EY45n
for “FB12”
10HYH10EY12n
„n” means the consecutive number of algorithm, if there is more than
one in a block.
in three channels systems (system Procontrol P13 ) each algorithm is given the same KKS
of functional groups (numbers of functions), functional groups are distinquished by
consecutive numbers related to channel number for the same function, e.g.
10HYH10EY101
channel 1
10HYH20EY101
channel 2
10HYH30EY101
channel 3
10HYH01EY101
channel 1
10HYH02EY101
channel 2
10HYH03EY101
channel 3
or
•
In Teleperm system each analog signal conditioning group is given KKS number
according to cubicle (in level 1) while function number is the same as number of position
of the card in this system ( so called „Steckplatz” ), eg.
10CJJ01EM025
cubicle no.1 , “steckplatz” no. 25
10CJJ01EM121
cubicle no.1 , “steckplatz” no. 121
10CJJ02EM005
cubicle no.2 , “steckplatz” no. 5
10CJJ04EM015
cubicle no.4 , “steckplatz” no. 15
Group E is not showed on P & I Diagrams.
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F – INDIRECT MEASURING CIRCUITS
F
FA
Quality variable (analysis of flue gases, of air)
FB...FC
blocked
FD
Density
FE
Electrical variables: current, voltage, power, frequency, etc.
FF
Flow rate (volume, mass), flow capacity
FG
Distance, length, position, direction of rotation
FH, FJ
blocked
FK
Time
FL
Level (also for mediums dividing line)
FM
Moisture, humidity relative or absolute
FN
blocked
FP
Pressure
FQ
Quality variable (analysis of water, condensate, material properties etc.), other than
FD, FM, FV
FR
Radiation
FS
Velocity, speed, frequency (mechanical), acceleration
FT
Temperature
FU
Combined and other special variables
FV
Viscosity
FW
Weight, mass, forces, turning moment
FX*
Neutron flux
FY
Vibration, expansion, extension
FZ
*
blocked
not included in this edition
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Creating combined (secondary) variables
Refering to indirect measuring circuits, realized in Digital Control System (DCS), there are
rules that only in case of mathematical-logical operations letter „C” to „F’ is being changed , with
modification of serial number at the same time , depending on processed operation . On the contrary
in case of mathematical-logical operations created on field equipment , measurement circuit changes
only its serial number at the position describing kind of electrical variable to „9”. The next counting
signs of the circuit does not change when is creating only one combined variable. In case for eg. one
combined variable:
• CP201
direct measurement of pressure
• CP202
direct measurement of pressure
combined variable:
• CP901
calculated difference of pressures
e.g. for few combined variables:
• CP201
direct measurement of pressure
• CP202
direct measurement of pressure
combined variables:
• CP901
calculated difference of pressures
• CP902
calculated extremum
Secondary variables created in digital systems DCS for the same installation (circuit)
Secondary variables created from one specified measuring variable get number of direct
measurement of this variable. E.g. after selection 1 of 2 : change „C” to „F”, but number remain
without change e.g.
• direct measurement of temperature
CT301
•
direct measurement of temperature
CT302
•
selection 1 of 2 measured temperature
FT301
Secondary variables calculated as a result of a few measuring variables of the same kind as a sum,
difference, extreme result, average. For example maximum of a few direct measured variables:
change “C” to “F”, number begin from 900 and the end according to measured variable e.g.:
•
direct measurements of temperature
CT301, CT302, CT309, CT310
•
maximum value of these temperatures
FT901
E.g. : after selection 2 of 3: change “C” to “F” is making, number is similar but beginning from 900
•
direct measurement of temperature
CT301, CT302, CT303
•
selection 2 of 3
FT901
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In case of calculation a few secondary variables from the same circuit (installation) it is nessesary
not to repeat the identical numeration for different variables but to do it consecutively. E.g. average
number , selection 2 of 3, minimum : change “C” to “F” , numbers consecutive but beginning with
900:
•
direct measurements of pressure
CT301, CT302, CT303
•
average value of these temperatures
FT901
•
selection 2 of 3
FT902
•
minimum value of these temperatures
FT903
Secondary variables calculated as a result of a few measuring variables of different kinds gets
numbers beginning with 900 and the ends according to measured variables, with changing the
second letter of the code to “U”. E.g., calculation of the enthalpy:
•
direct measurement of pressure
CP202
•
direct measurement of temperature
CT301
•
calculated enthalpy
FU901 or FU902
When creating redundancy indirect measurement circuits ( eg. when creating the double signals of
limits for instrumentation and control systems 1 of 2) it is necessary to follow the rules:
double circuit gets symbol like a basic circuit with change of the numbers 200, 300, 400 to 600 and
900 to 700. For example:
•
indirect measurement of pressure
FP201 ⇒ FP601
•
indirect measurement of temperature
FT301 ⇒ FT601
•
indirect measurement of saturation temp.
FT901 ⇒ FT701
Secondary variables created in digital systems (DCS) of the same installation where
differs only with counting sign.
When creating in DCS systems secondary variables of the same technical installation that differs
with counting sign for breakdown level 2, the same rules are to apply as for this variables created
from the same installation. But it is necessary to modificate the counting signs of breakdown level 1
- installation unit code.
When technical installations differs only with counting signs of installation it is necessary to assign
to a secondary variable counting signs like for one of those installations e.g.
•
direct measurement of pressure
LAA10CP201
•
direct measurement of pressure
LAA20CP201
•
average measurement of pressure
LAA10FP901
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or counting signs “passive” (neutral), that is not appeared in identification code of these installations
e.g., “00”
•
direct measurement of level
LAA30 CL201
•
direct measurement of level
LAA40 CL201
•
average measurement of level
LAA00 FL901
Secondary variables created in DCS systems from different technical installations
In case of creating secondary variables in DCS systems from different technical installations, to
describe technical installation is used rule which appears in chapter II , while device component is
described by rule appeared above, e.g.
• direct measurement of pressure
LBB21 CP201
•
direct measurement of pressure
LBC11 CP201
•
difference of pressures
LBY00 FP901
III - 2.6.1.
Examples of Identification
CP211
CF209
CT215
correction
CF209
CF909
Example III - 2.6.1. Correction of the mass flow depending on values of pressure and
temperature on field equipment
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CT201
CT202
CT203
2z3
CT901
CF201
CF202
CF203
Example III - 2.6.2.
FF901
correction
field
DCS
2z 3
CF901
Correction of the mass flow depending on values of temperature on field
components and in digital system (DCS)
Results of dependence of different direct physical variables created on field components are
described with letter „U”, and the first letter of AN is changed to “9”
CP201
Y=f (T&P)
CU901
CT201
Example III - 2.6.3. Calculation of new value on base of 2 variables, e.g. enthalpy of the steam
CP201
Y = f (P)
CP901
field
CP201
DCS
CP201
Y = f (P)
FP901
CP201
Example III - 2.6.4. Average of pulsating pressure
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09LBA10CT201
09LBA10CF201A
09LBA10FF901A
Correction
∑
09LBA00FF901A
∑
09LBA00FF901B
∑
09LBA00FF901C
09LBA10CT202
09LBA10CF201B
Correction
09LBA10FF901B
09LBA10CT203
09LBA10CF201C
Correction
09LBA10FF901C
2z3
09LBA00FF901
09LBA20CT201
09LBA20CF201A
Correction
09LBA20FF901A
09LBA20CT202
09LBA20CF201B
Correction
09LBA20FF901B
09LBA20CT203
09LBA20CF201C
Example III - 2.6.5.
09LBA20FF901C
Correction
Formation an output signal in DCS system by selection logic ”2 of 3”
proceded by creating of the sums of 2 installations
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Pressure transmitter
DCS
Field
E01
8 LAB61 CP201
S01
+
-
+
-
8 LAB61 CP901
8 LAB60 FP901
Pressure transmitter
E02
8 LAB71 CP201
S02
Example III - 2.6.6.
Formation of an secondary field and system signals from the same
measurement circuit
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G – ELECTRICAL DEVICES
G
GA
Junction boxes, cable and bus penetrations
GB
Field instrument box for local measurements
GC
Field instrument box for protection system
GD
Auxiliary subswitch gear box type, connectors and cable insulators, Un > 1 kV
GE
Auxiliary subswitch gear box type, connectors and cable insulators, Un ≤ 1 kV
GF
Field instrument boxes for general uses Un ≤ 60 V
GG
Local cabinets and cable boxes of variable frequency and speed control drives
GH
Electrical and instrumentation and control installation units identified as per
process system (e.g. cubicles, boxes)
GJ
Computer equipment
GK
Information display and operator control equipment for process computers and
automation systems
GL
GM
GN
blocked
Junction boxes for light current systems of national telecommunications service
blocked
GP
Junction boxes for lighting
GQ
Power sockets
GR
DC generating equipment, batteries
GS
Switch gear equipment, if not identified under process equipment
GT
Transformer equipment
GU
Converter equipment, also charging equipment
GV
Structure related earthing and lighting protection equipment surge arrestors
GW
Cabinet power supply equipment
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GX
Actuating equipment for electrical variables
GY
Junction boxes for light current other than GM (not of national telecommunications
service)
GZ
Hangers, supports and racks for electrical and instrumentation and control
equipment
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GA
Junction boxes, cable and bus penetrations
GA0nn
Power circuits at number nn = 01÷99, powered from main switch gear (named by
KKS symbol)
GAk00
Power auxiliary subswitch gear at number k = 1÷5
GAknn
Power circuits at number nn = 01÷99, powered from subswitch gear GAk00
GA601÷699
Connectors or bus selector joint Un > 1kV
GA701÷799
Bus bushing insulators (n-phase set) Un > 1kV
GA801÷899
Connectors or bus selector joint Un ≤ 1kV
GA901÷999
Bus bushing insulators (n-phase set) Un ≤ 1kV
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Field instrument boxes for local measurement
GB001÷099
Located in boiler building – refers to units
GB101÷199
Located in turbine building - refers to units
GB201÷299
Located in other technological objects
GB301÷399
Reserve
GB401÷499
Reserve
GB501÷599
Reserve
GB601÷699
Reserve
GB701÷799
Reserve
GB801÷899
Reserve
GB901÷999
Reserve
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GC
Field instrument boxes for protection system
GC001÷099
Located in boiler building – refers to units
GC101÷199
Located in turbine building - refers to units
GC201÷299
Located in other technological objects
GC301÷399
Reserve
GC401÷499
Reserve
GC501÷599
Reserve
GC601÷699
Reserve
GC701÷799
Reserve
GC801÷899
Reserve
GC901÷999
Reserve
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GD
Auxiliary subswitch gear box type, connectors and cable
insulators Un > 1 kV
GD001÷099
Terminal boxes placed in boiler building Un > 1kV – reference to units
GD101÷199
Terminal boxes placed in turbine building Un > 1kV - reference to units
GD0nn
Circuit at number nn = 01÷99, powered from main switch gear (named by KKS
symbol)
GDk00
Auxiliary subswitch gear Un > 1kV at number k = 2÷7
GDknn
Circuit at number nn = 01÷99, powered from subswitch gear GDk00
GD801÷899
Connector or cable selector joint Un > 1kV
GD901÷999
Cable bushing insulators (n-phase set) Un > 1kV
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GE
Auxiliary subswitch gear box type, connectors and cable
insulators, Un ≤ 1 kV
GE001÷099
Terminal boxes placed in boiler building Un ≤ 1kV - reference to units
GE101÷199
Terminal boxes placed in turbine building Un ≤ 1kV - reference to units
GE0nn
Circuit at number nn = 01÷99, powered from main switch gear (named by KKS
symbol)
GEk00
Auxiliary subswitch gear Un ≤ 1kV at number k = 2÷7
GEknn
Circuit at number nn = 01÷99, powered from subswitch gear GEk00
GE801÷899
Connector or cable selector joint Un ≤ 1kV
GE901÷999
Cable bushing insulators (n-phase set) Un ≤ 1kV
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GF
Field instrument boxes of general uses Un ≤ 60 V
GF001÷099
Located in boiler building – refers to units
GF101÷199
Located in turbine building - refers to units
GF201÷299
Located in other technological objects
GF301÷399
Reserve
GF401÷499
Reserve
GF501÷599
Reserve
GF601÷699
Reserve
GF701÷799
Reserve
GF801÷899
Reserve
GF901÷999
Reserve
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GG
Local cabinets and cable boxes of variable frequency and
speed control drives
GG001÷099
Located in boiler building – refers to units
GG101÷199
Located in turbine building - refers to units
GG201÷299
Located in other technological objects
GG301÷399
Reserve
GG401÷499
Reserve
GG501÷599
Reserve
GG601÷699
Reserve
GG701÷799
Reserve
GG801÷899
Reserve
GG901÷999
Reserve
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GH
Electrical and instrumentation and control installation
units identified as per process system (e.g. cubicles, boxes)
GH001÷099
Located in boiler building – refers to units
GH101÷199
Located in turbine building - refers to units
GH201÷299
Located in other technological objects
GH301÷399
Reserve
GH401÷499
Reserve
GH501÷599
Reserve
GH601÷699
Reserve
GH701÷799
Reserve
GH801÷899
Reserve
GH901÷999
Reserve
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GJ
Computer equipment
GJ001÷099
DEC hubs and DEC servers
GJ101÷199
DEC switches
GJ201÷299
DEC concentrators
GJ301÷399
DEC port switches
GJ401÷499
Modems
GJ501÷599
UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supplies)
GJ601÷699
Transceivers
GJ701÷799
External readers
GJ801÷899
Printers
GJ901÷999
Special keyboards, programming devices, others
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GK
Information display and operator control equipment for
process computers and automation systems
GK001÷099
Computers
GK101÷199
Monitors, screens, slide projectors, etc.
GK201÷299
Keyboards
GK301÷399
Mouses, trackballs, etc.
GK401÷499
Modems
GK501÷599
Computer’s UPS systems
GK601÷699
Reserve
GK701÷799
External readers
GK801÷899
Printers
GK901÷999
Special keyboards, programming devices, others
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GM
Junction boxes for light current systems of national
telecommunications service
GM0nn
Circuit at number nn = 01÷99, powered from main switching selector (named by
KKS symbols)
GMk00
Switching selector at number k = 1÷9
GMknn
Circuit at number nn = 01÷99, powered from section box GMk00
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GP
Junction boxes for lighting
GP0nn
Lighting circuits at number nn = 01÷99, powered from main switch gear (named
by KKS symbols)
GPk00
Lighting subswitch gear at number k = 1÷9
GPknn
Lighting circuits at number nn = 01÷99, powered from subswitch gear GPk00
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GQ
Power sockets
GQ0nn
Power outlets circuit at number nn = 01÷99, powered from main switch gear
(named by KKS symbols)
GQk00
Power outlets subswitch gear at number k = 1÷9
GQknn
Power outlets circuit at number nn = 01÷99, powered from subswitch gear GQk00
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GR
DC generating equipment, batteries
GR0nn
DC circuit at number nn = 01÷99, powered from main switch gear (named by KKS
symbols)
GR101÷199
Batteries
GR200÷299
Battery discharging resistors
GR301÷399
Auxiliary devices for producing DC current
GRk00
DC subswitch gear at number k = 4÷9
GRknn
DC circuit at number nn = 01÷99, powered from subswitch gear GRk00
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GS
Switch gear equipment, if not identified under process
equipment
GS001÷009
Cabinets equipped with minor control apparatus
GS0nn
Locally controlled switches (first in supplying power sequence)
GS1nn
Remote controlled switches from the system (first in supplying power sequence)
GS2nn
Locally controlled switches (second in supplying power sequence)
GS3nn
Remote controlled switches from the system (second in supplying power sequence)
GS4nn
Locally controlled switches (third in supplying power sequence)
GS5nn
Remote controlled switches from the system (third in supplying power sequence)
nn
in following way:
11÷19
21÷29
31÷39
41÷49
51÷59
61÷69
71÷79
81÷89
91÷99
Circuit breaker Un > 1 kV (-Q11)
Load break switch Un > 1 kV (-Q21)
Isolating switch Un > 1 kV (-Q31)
Earthing switch (-Q41)
Circuit breaker Un ≤ 1 kV (-Q51)
Load break switch Un ≤ 1 kV (-Q61)
Isolating switch Un ≤ 1 kV (-Q71)
Contactor Un ≤ 1 kV (-Q81)
Others (for special proposal)
GSkn1
Power switch at system No. 1 (main)
GSkn2
Power switch at system No. 2 (stand-by)
GSkn3
Power switch at system No. 3 (stand-by)
GSkn4
Coupling switch
GS600÷699
Compartments without switching apparatus – voltage metering, SZR system, etc.
GS700÷999
Reserve
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GT
Transformer equipment
GT001÷009
Auxiliary transformers
GT0nn
Locally controlled switches
GT1nn
Remote controlled switches
nn
in following way:
40
Transformer neutral star point earthing switch (-Q40)
31
Line isolator in transformer bay (-Q31)
41
Line earthing switch in transformer bay (-Q41)
GT2n0
Winding n = 1÷2 two-winding transformer (1 = GN, 2 = DN)
GT3n0
Winding n = 1÷3 three-winding transformer (1 = GN, 2 = SN, 3 = DN)
GT401÷499
Reserve
GT501÷599
Reserve
GT6n0
Current transformer, number n = 1÷9
GT7n0
Voltage transformer, number n = 1÷9
GT8n0
Ferranti’s transformer, number n = 1÷9
GT901÷999
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GU
Converter equipment, also charging equipment
GU001÷099
Reserve
GU101÷199
Reserve
GU201÷299
Reserve
GU301÷399
Reserve
GU401÷499
Reserve
GU501÷599
Reserve
GU601÷699
Reserve
GU701÷799
Reserve
GU801÷899
Reserve
GU901÷999
Reserve
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GV
Structure related earthing and lighting protection
equipment surge arrestors
GV001÷099
Reserve
GV101÷199
Reserve
GV201÷299
Reserve
GV301÷399
Reserve
GV401÷499
Reserve
GV501÷599
Reserve
GV601÷699
Reserve
GV701÷799
Reserve
GV801÷899
Reserve
GV901÷999
Reserve
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GW
Cabinet power supply equipment
GW001÷099
Supplying power circuits
GW101÷999
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GX
Actuating equipment for electrical variables
GX001÷399
Reserve
GX401÷499
Frequency inverters
GX501÷999
Reserve
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GY
Junction boxes for light current other than GM (not of
national telecommunications service)
GY0nn
Circuit at number nn = 01÷99, powered from main switching selector box (named
by KKS symbols)
GYk00
Switching selector at number k = 1÷9
GYknn
Circuit at number nn = 01÷99, powered from switching selector box GYk00
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Hangers, supports and racks for electrical and
instrumentation and control equipment
They can be assigned to first element (segment) for installation or civil object
GZ001÷099
Stands and devices support, terminal buses
GZk00
Route number k = 1÷9 of cable trays and cable supports, associated with given
installation or room
GZknm
Shelf number nm of tray and cable support GZk00, according to:
n
shelf number counted from upper level n = 1÷9
m
shelf type, according to cable type:
0
power cables Un > 1 kV
1
power cables Un ≤ 1 kV
2
control cables Un > 60 V
3
control cables Un > 60 V
4
control cables Un ≤ 60 V
5
control cables Un ≤ 60 V
6
telemetry and compensation cables
7
system cables (highway, RS, optical cables, etc.)
8
control cables Un ≤ 60 V
9
others
In the case of laying down various types of cables on the same shelf, the shelf shall be marked by
one step lower number.
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III - 2.7.1.
Identification Samples
CKA 02 .....
Monitor GK101
Reader
GK701
Printer
GK801
Operating keyboard
GK201
Sample III - 2.7.1.
Programming keyboard
GK901
Identification of devices of computer system operator’s station
+ BVE
+ BVF
+ BVE
= CCA03
GW 001
+ CCA 03
= CCA03
GW 001
= CCA03
GW 001A
= CCA03
GW 001B
+ CCA 03
= CCA03
GW 001
A
One way power supplying
Sample III - 2.7.2.
B
Two way power supplying
Identification of supplying power compartments in installation group C
(cubicle CCA)
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III - 2.8. H – SUBASSEMBLIES OF MAIN AND HEAVY
MACHINERY
H
Only to be used in conjunction with:
M – Main machine sets
X – Heavy machinery
HA
Machine stationary assembly
HB
Machine rotating assembly
HC
HD
HE…HZ
blocked
Bearing assembly
blocked
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Machine stationary assembly
HA001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
HA101 ÷ 199
HP casing
HA201 ÷ 299
IP casing
HA301 ÷ 399
LP casing
HA401 ÷ 499
Reserve
HA501 ÷ 599
Generator-, exciter-casing
HA601 ÷ 699
Reserve
HA701 ÷ 799
Reserve
HA801 ÷ 899
Reserve
HA901 ÷ 999
Reserve
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HB
Machine rotating assembly
HB001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
HB101 ÷ 199
HP rotors
HB201 ÷ 299
IP rotors
HB301 ÷ 399
LP rotors
HB401 ÷ 499
Reserve
HB501 ÷ 599
Generator rotors
HB601 ÷ 699
Reserve
HB701 ÷ 799
Reserve
HB801 ÷ 899
Reserve
HB901 ÷ 999
Reserve
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HD
Bearing assembly
HD001 ÷ 099
Overall identification
HD101 ÷ 199
Journal bearing
HD201 ÷ 299
Sealing bearing
HD301 ÷ 399
Thrust bearing
HD401 ÷ 499
Reserve
HD501 ÷ 599
Reserve
HD601 ÷ 699
Reserve
HD701 ÷ 799
Reserve
HD801 ÷ 899
Reserve
HD901 ÷ 999
Reserve
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Part 2
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IV - 1.1.1.
Component Code
A component designated in breakdown level 3 is a part of equipment unit identified in breakdown
level 2.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
Title of breakdown
level
Designation of data
character
Type of data
character
=
0
1
2
3
Total plant
System code
Equipment unit code
Component code
G
F0
F1
F2
F3
A or N
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1
A2
A
A
AN
N
N
N
A3
B1
B2
BN
(A)
A
A
N N
• Component classification
Classification of components, signals or signal applications as per KKS Key.
Coding letters and designations of main groups B1 for components as given in the Component Key
and for signals and signal applications:
E
K
M
Q
X
Y
Z
Electrical components (to DIN 40719 Part 2)
Mechanical components
Mechanical components
Instrumentation and control components (non-electrical)
Signal origin
Signal application
Gated signal
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E
Electrical Components
K*
Mechanical Components
M*
Mechanical Components
Q
Instrumentation and control components (non- electrical)
X
Signal Origin
Y
Signal Application
Z
Gated Signal
* not included in this edition
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ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
EA
Assemblies and subassemblies
EB
Transducers for non-electrical to electrical variables and vice-versa
EC
Capasitors
ED
Binary elements, delay devices, memory devices
EE
Special components
EF
Protective devices
EG
Generators, power supplies
EH
Signalling devices
EK
Relays, contactors
EL
Inductors
EM
Motors
EN
Amplifiers, controllers
EP
Measuring instruments, testing equipment
EQ
Power switchgear
ER
Resistors
ES
Switches,selectors
ET
Transformers
EU
Modulators, convertors from electrical to other electrical variables
EV
Tubes
EW
Transmission paths, waweguides, aerials
EX
Terminals, plugs, sockets
EY
Electrical positioners, e.g. solenoids (not motors)
EZ
Terminations, balancing equipment, filters, limiters, cable terminations,
equalizers, hybrid transformers
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INSTRUMENTATION AND
CONTROL COMPONENTS (NONELECTRICAL)
QA
Enclosures (for I&C component protection only)
QB
Sensors if not structually integral with *QP*, metering orifices
QH
Signalling devices
QN
Controllers, flybolt governor
QP
Measuring instruments, testing equipment
QR
Instrument piping
QS
Condensation chambers (datum reservoir) in measuring circuits
QT
Thermowells and pockets for protection of sensors
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X
SIGNAL ORIGINS
XA
Functional group control/subloop control
XB
Control interface
XC
Closed-loop control (binary)
XG
Binary process signals conditioned by binary signal conditioning modules
XH
Binary limit signals derived from analog process signals
XJ
Signals from non-standard areas (e.g. black box, dedicated I&C, boiler
interlocking)
XK
Equipment unit/component protection
XL
Control room and control stations, signals not assigned to specific control
system (e.g. control interface tiles)
XM
Higher-level static individual and group alarm signals
XN
Status-display computer/criterion display
XP
Supervisory computer (process computer)
XQ
Analog signals
XR
Analog control variables
XS
Functional group control step signals
XT
Turbine generator I&C, binary signals
XU
Higher-level dynamic individual and group alarm signals
XV
Signal gating (protective logic, alarm logic etc.)
XW
Hardwired alarm annunciation system
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Y
SIGNAL APPLICATIONS
YA
Functional group control/subloop control
YB
Control interface
YC
Closed-loop control (binary)
YG
Binary process signals conditioned by binary signal conditioning modules
YH
Binary limit signals derived from analog process signals
YJ
Signals from non-standard areas (e.g. black box, dedicated I&C, boiler
interlocking)
YK
Equipment unit/component protection
YL
Control room and control stations, signals not assigned to specific control
system (e.g. control interface tiles)
YM
Higher-level static individual and group alarm signals
YN
Status-display computer/criterion display
YP
Supervisory computer (process computer)
YQ
Analog signals
YR
Analog control variables
YS
Functional group control step signals
YT
Turbine generator I&C, binary signals
YU
Higher-level dynamic individual and group alarm signals
YV
Signal gating (protective logic, alarm logic etc.)
YW
Hardwired alarm annunciation system
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GATED SIGNALS
ZJ
Signals from non-standard areas (e.g. black box, dedicated I&C, boiler
interlocking)
ZK
Equipment unit/component protection
ZM
Higher-level static individual and group alarm signals
ZP
Supervisory computer (process computer)
ZQ
Analog signals
ZR
Analog control variables
ZS
Functional group control step signals
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XA00
XA01
XA02
XA03
XA04
XA05
XA06
XA07
XA08
XA09
XA10
XA11
XA12
XA13
XA14
XA15
XA16
XA17
XA18
XA19
XA20
XA21
XA22
XA23
XA24
XA25
XA26
XA27
XA28
XA29
XA30
XA31
XA32
XA33
XA34
XA35
XA36
XA37
XA38
XA39
XA40
XA41
XA42
XA43
XA44
XA45
XA46
XA47
XA48
XA49
XA50
Functional group control/subloop control
YA00
Group running
YA01 Group start
Group stop
YA02 Group stop
YA03
YA04
YA05
YA06
YA07
YA08
YA09
YA10
Selector in position 1
YA11 Selector to position 1
Selector in position 2
YA12 Selector to position 2
Selector in position 3
YA13 Selector to position 3
YA14
YA15
YA16
YA17
YA18
YA19
YA20 Group step 0; control
YA21 Group step 1; control
YA22 Group step 2; control
YA23 Group step 3; control
YA24 ...
YA25
YA26
YA27
YA28
YA29
YA30
YA31
YA32
YA33
YA34
YA35
YA36
YA37
YA38
YA39
YA40
YA41
YA42
YA43
YA44
YA45
YA46
YA47
YA48
YA49
YA50
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XA51
XA52
XA53
XA54
XA55
XA56
XA57
XA58
XA59
XA60
XA61
XA62
XA63
XA64
XA65
XA66
XA67
XA68
XA69
XA70
XA71
XA72
XA73
XA74
XA75
XA76
XA77
XA78
XA79
XA80
XA81
XA82
XA83
XA84
XA85
XA86
XA87
XA88
XA89
XA90
XA91
XA92
XA93
XA94
XA95
XA96
XA97
XA98
XA99
Inhibition to start
Group alarm
In auto mode
In manual mode
X/Y
Control interface
XB00
XB01 Running, open,up,increasing
YA51
YA52
YA53
YA54
YA55
YA56
YA57
YA58
YA59
YA60
YA61
YA62
YA63
YA64
YA65
YA66
YA67
YA68
YA69
YA70
YA71
YA72
YA73
YA74
YA75
YA76
YA77
YA78
YA79
YA80
YA81 To automode
YA82 To manual mode
YA83
YA84
YA85
YA86
YA87
YA88
YA89
YA90
YA91
YA92
YA93
YA94
YA95
YA96
YA97
YA98
YA99
YB00
YB01 start,open,up,increase
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XB02
XB03
XB04
XB05
XB06
XB07
XB08
XB09
XB10
XB11
XB12
XB13
XB14
XB15
XB16
XB17
XB18
XB19
XB20
XB21
XB22
XB23
XB24
XB25
XB26
XB27
XB28
XB29
XB30
XB31
XB32
XB33
XB34
XB35
XB36
XB37
XB38
XB39
XB40
XB41
XB42
XB43
XB44
XB45
XB46
XB47
XB48
XB49
XB50
XB51
XB52
XB53
XB54
Stop, closed, down, decreasing
Running (compined in field)
Inhibit to start
Auto-mode
Manual -mode
YB02
YB03
YB04
YB05
YB06
YB07
YB08
YB09
YB10
Running forward/-speed1/opening YB11
YB12
YB13
YB14
YB15
YB16
Starting
YB17
Started
YB18
Remote control
YB19
Local
YB20
Running backward/-speed2/closing YB21
YB22
YB23
YB24
YB25
YB26
YB27
YB28
YB29
YB30
YB31
YB32
YB33
YB34
YB35
YB36
Locked
YB37
YB38
YB39
YB40
YB41
YB42
YB43
YB44
YB45
YB46
YB47
YB48
YB49
YB50
Breaker close
YB51
Breaker open
YB52
Disconnecting switch close
YB53
Disconnecting switch open
YB54
stop,close,down,decrease
To auto-mode
To manual-mode
Start forward/speed1/-open
Start backward/speed2/close
Breaker close
Breaker open
Earthing switch close
Earthing switch open
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XB55
XB56
XB57
XB58
XB59
XB60
XB61
XB62
XB63
XB64
XB65
XB66
XB67
XB68
XB69
XB70
XB71
XB72
XB73
XB74
XB75
XB76
XB77
XB78
XB79
XB80
XB81
XB82
XB83
XB84
XB85
XB86
XB87
XB88
XB89
XB90
XB91
XB92
XB93
XB94
XB95
XB96
XB97
XB98
XB99
X/Y
XC00
XC01
XC02
XC03
XC04
Charging
Uncharging
Earthing switch close
Earthing switch open
Close test position
Open test position
"1"-position
Control room; start,open,up...
Control room; close, down...
Control room; stop
Control room; auto-mode
Control room; forward/speed1
Control room; backward/speed2
Auto; start,open,up...
Auto; close, down...
Auto; stop
Auto auto-mode
Auto forward/speed1
Auto backward/speed2
Stand-by
Alarm acknowledgment
YB55
YB56
YB57
YB58
YB59
YB60
YB61
YB62
YB63
YB64
YB65
YB66
YB67
YB68
YB69
YB70
YB71
YB72
YB73
YB74
YB75
YB76
YB77
YB78
YB79
YB80
YB81
YB82
YB83
YB84
YB85
YB86
YB87
YB88
YB89
YB90
YB91
YB92
YB93
YB94
YB95
YB96
YB97
YB98
YB99
Closed-loop control (binary)
YC00
YC01
YC02
YC03
YC04
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XC06
XC07
XC08
XC09
XC10
XC11
XC12
XC13
XC14
XC15
XC16
XC17
XC18
XC19
XC20
XC21
XC22
XC23
XC24
XC25
XC26
XC27
XC28
XC29
XC30
XC31
XC32
XC33
XC34
XC35
XC36
XC37
XC38
XC39
XC40
XC41
XC42
XC43
XC44
XC45
XC46
XC47
XC48
XC49
XC50
XC51
XC52
XC53
XC54
XC55
XC56
XC57
Controlling
Control in cascade mode
Control in auto mode
Control in manual mode
Remote setpoint limiting high
Remote setpoint limiting low
Remote setpoint limiting
Local setpoint limiting high
Local setpoint limiting low
Local setpoint limiting
Adjustment increasing
Adjustment decreasing
Control output limiting high
Control output limiting low
Control output limiting
YC05
YC06
YC07
YC08
YC09
YC10
YC11
YC12
YC13
YC14
YC15
YC16
YC17
YC18
YC19
YC20
YC21
YC22
YC23
YC24
YC25
YC26
YC27
YC28
YC29
YC30
YC31
YC32
YC33
YC34
YC35
YC36
YC37
YC38
YC39
YC40
YC41
YC42
YC43
YC44
YC45
YC46
YC47
YC48
YC49
YC50
YC51
YC52
YC53
YC54
YC55
YC56
YC57
Control to cascade mode
Control to cascade mode
Control to manual mode
Increase adjustment
Decrease adjustment
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XC59
XC60
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XC65
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XC68
XC69
XC70
XC71
XC72
XC73
XC74
XC75
XC76
XC77
XC78
XC79
XC80
XC81
XC82
XC83
XC84
XC85
XC86
XC87
XC88
XC89
XC90
XC91
XC92
XC93
XC94
XC95
XC96
XC97
XC98
XC99
X/Y
XG00
XG01
XG02
XG03
XG04
XG05
XG06
XG07
XG08
Independent limit H
Independent limit HH
Independent limit HHH
Independent limit L
Independent limit LL
Independent limit LLL
Test signals
YC58
YC59
YC60
YC61
YC62
YC63
YC64
YC65
YC66
YC67
YC68
YC69
YC70
YC71
YC72
YC73
YC74
YC75
YC76
YC77
YC78
YC79
YC80
YC81
YC82
YC83
YC84
YC85
YC86
YC87
YC88
YC89
YC90
YC91
YC92
YC93
YC94
YC95
YC96
YC97
YC98
YC99
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Setpoint releasing
Increase setpoint
Decrease setpoint
Setpoint returning
Binary process signals conditioned by binary signal conditioning modules
YG00
YG01
YG02
YG03
YG04
YG05
YG06
YG07
YG08
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XG10
XG11
XG12
XG13
XG14
XG15
XG16
XG17
XG18
XG19
XG20
XG21
XG22
XG23
XG24
XG25
XG26
XG27
XG28
XG29
XG30
XG31
XG32
XG33
XG34
XG35
XG36
XG37
XG38
XG39
XG40
XG41
XG42
XG43
XG44
XG45
XG46
XG47
XG48
XG49
XG50
XG51 N/C- contact
XG52 N/O- contact
XG53
XG54
XG55
XG56
XG57
XG58
XG59
XG60
XG61
YG09
YG10
YG11
YG12
YG13
YG14
YG15
YG16
YG17
YG18
YG19
YG20
YG21
YG22
YG23
YG24
YG25
YG26
YG27
YG28
YG29
YG30
YG31
YG32
YG33
YG34
YG35
YG36
YG37
YG38
YG39
YG40
YG41
YG42
YG43
YG44
YG45
YG46
YG47
YG48
YG49
YG50
YG51
YG52
YG53
YG54
YG55
YG56
YG57
YG58
YG59
YG60
YG61
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XG63
XG64
XG65
XG66
XG67
XG68
XG69
XG70
XG71
XG72
XG73
XG74
XG75
XG76
XG77
XG78
XG79
XG80
XG81
XG82
XG83
XG84
XG85
XG86
XG87
XG88
XG89
XG90
XG91
XG92
XG93
XG94
XG95
XG96
XG97
XG98
XG99
X/Y
XH00
XH01 H
XH02 HH
XH03 HHH
XH04
XH05
XH06
XH07
XH08
XH09
XH10
XH11
XH12
YG62
YG63
YG64
YG65
YG66
YG67
YG68
YG69
YG70
YG71
YG72
YG73
YG74
YG75
YG76
YG77
YG78
YG79
YG80
YG81
YG82
YG83
YG84
YG85
YG86
YG87
YG88
YG89
YG90
YG91
YG92
YG93
YG94
YG95
YG96
YG97
YG98
YG99
Binary limit signals derived from analog process signals
YH00
YH01
YH02
YH03
YH04
YH05
YH06
YH07
YH08
YH09
YH10
YH11
YH12
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XH13
XH14
XH15
XH16
XH17
XH18
XH19
XH20
XH21
XH22
XH23
XH24
XH25
XH26
XH27
XH28
XH29
XH30
XH31
XH32
XH33
XH34
XH35
XH36
XH37
XH38
XH39
XH40
XH41
XH42
XH43
XH44
XH45
XH46
XH47
XH48
XH49
XH50
XH51
XH52
XH53
XH54
XH55
XH56
XH57
XH58
XH59
XH60
XH61
XH62
XH63
XH64
XH65
dH
H max
L min
L
LL
LLL
YH13
YH14
YH15
YH16
YH17
YH18
YH19
YH20
YH21
YH22
YH23
YH24
YH25
YH26
YH27
YH28
YH29
YH30
YH31
YH32
YH33
YH34
YH35
YH36
YH37
YH38
YH39
YH40
YH41
YH42
YH43
YH44
YH45
YH46
YH47
YH48
YH49
YH50
YH51
YH52
YH53
YH54
YH55
YH56
YH57
YH58
YH59
YH60
YH61
YH62
YH63
YH64
YH65
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XH67
XH68
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XH72
XH73
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XH75
XH76
XH77
XH78
XH79
XH80
XH81
XH82
XH83
XH84
XH85
XH86
XH87
XH88
XH89
XH90
XH91
XH92
XH93
XH94
XH95
XH96
XH97
XH98
XH99
YH66
YH67
YH68
YH69
YH70
YH71
YH72
YH73
YH74
YH75
YH76
YH77
YH78
YH79
YH80
YH81
YH82
YH83
YH84
YH85
YH86
YH87
YH88
YH89
YH90
YH91
YH92
YH93
YH94
YH95
YH96
YH97
YH98
YH99
X/Y/Z Signals from non-standard areas (e.g. black box, dedicated I&C, boiler interlocking)
XJ00
XJ01
XJ02
XJ03
XJ04
XJ05
XJ06
XJ07
XJ08
XJ09
XJ10
XJ11
XJ12
XJ13
XJ14
XJ15
XJ16
Analog Input
YJ00
YJ01
YJ02
YJ03
YJ04
YJ05
YJ06
YJ07
YJ08
YJ09
YJ10
YJ11
YJ12
YJ13
YJ14
YJ15
YJ16
ZJ00
ZJ01
ZJ02
ZJ03
ZJ04
ZJ05
ZJ06
ZJ07
ZJ08
ZJ09
ZJ10
ZJ11
ZJ12
ZJ13
ZJ14
ZJ15
ZJ16
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XJ18
XJ19
XJ20
XJ21
XJ22
XJ23
XJ24
XJ25
XJ26
XJ27
XJ28
XJ29
XJ30
XJ31
XJ32
XJ33
XJ34
XJ35
XJ36
XJ37
XJ38
XJ39
XJ40
XJ41
XJ42
XJ43
YJ44
XJ45
XJ46
XJ47
XJ48
XJ49
XJ50
XJ51
XJ52
XJ53
XJ54
XJ55
XJ56
XJ57
XJ58
XJ59
XJ60
XJ61
XJ62
XJ63
XJ64
XJ65
XJ66
XJ67
XJ68
XJ69
YJ17
YJ18
YJ19
YJ20
YJ21
YJ22
YJ23
YJ24
YJ25
YJ26
YJ27
YJ28
YJ29
YJ30
YJ31
YJ32
YJ33
YJ34
YJ35
YJ36
YJ37
YJ38
YJ39
YJ40
YJ41
YJ42
YJ43
YJ44
YJ45
YJ46
YJ47
YJ48
YJ49
YJ50
YJ51
YJ52
YJ53
YJ54
YJ55
YJ56
YJ57
YJ58
YJ59
YJ60
YJ61
YJ62
YJ63
YJ64
YJ65
YJ66
YJ67
YJ68
YJ69
ZJ17
ZJ18
ZJ19
ZJ20
ZJ21
ZJ22
ZJ23
ZJ24
ZJ25
ZJ26
ZJ27
ZJ28
ZJ29
ZJ30
ZJ31
ZJ32
ZJ33
ZJ34
ZJ35
ZJ36
ZJ37
ZJ38
ZJ39
ZJ40
ZJ41
ZJ42
ZJ43
ZJ44
ZJ45
ZJ46
ZJ47
ZJ48
ZJ49
ZJ50
ZJ51
ZJ52
ZJ53
ZJ54
ZJ55
ZJ56
ZJ57
ZJ58
ZJ59
ZJ60
ZJ61
ZJ62
ZJ63
ZJ64
ZJ65
ZJ66
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XJ71
XJ72
YJ73
XJ74
XJ75
XJ76
XJ77
XJ78
XJ79
XJ80
XJ81
XJ82
XJ83
XJ84
XJ85
XJ86
XJ87
XJ88
XJ89
XJ90
XJ91
XJ92
XJ93
XJ94
XJ95
XJ96
XJ97
XJ98
XJ99
YJ70
YJ71
YJ72
YJ73
YJ74
YJ75
YJ76
YJ77
YJ78
YJ79
YJ80
YJ81
YJ82
YJ83
YJ84
YJ85
YJ86
YJ87
YJ88
YJ89
YJ90
YJ91
YJ92
YJ93
YJ94
YJ95
YJ96
YJ97
YJ98
YJ99
ZJ70
ZJ71
ZJ72
ZJ73
ZJ74
ZJ75
ZJ76
ZJ77
ZJ78
ZJ79
ZJ80
ZJ81
ZJ82
ZJ83
ZJ84
ZJ85
ZJ86
ZJ87
ZJ88
ZJ89
ZJ90
ZJ91
ZJ92
ZJ93
ZJ94
ZJ95
ZJ96
ZJ97
ZJ98
ZJ99
X/Y/Z Equipment unit/component protection
XK00
XK01
XK02
XK03
XK04
XK05
XK06
XK07
XK08
XK09
XK10
XK11
XK12
XK13
XK14
XK15
XK16
XK17
XK18
XK19
XK20
Allow start,open,up...
Allow close,down...
Allow stop
Allow forward/speed1
Allow backward/speed2
YK00
YK01
YK02
YK03
YK04
YK05
YK06
YK07
YK08
YK09
YK10
YK11
YK12
YK13
YK14
YK15
YK16
YK17
YK18
YK19
YK20
ZK00
ZK01
ZK02
ZK03
ZK04
ZK05
ZK06
ZK07
ZK08
ZK09
ZK10
ZK11
ZK12
ZK13
ZK14
ZK15
ZK16
ZK17
ZK18
ZK19
ZK20
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XK21
XK22
XK23
XK24
XK25
XK26
XK27
XK28
XK29
XK30
XK31
XK32
XK33
XK34
XK35
XK36
XK37
XK38
XK39
XK40
XK41
XK42
XK43
YK44
XK45
XK46
XK47
XK48
XK49
XK50
XK51
XK52
XK53
XK54
XK55
XK56
XK57
XK58
XK59
XK60
XK61
XK62
XK63
XK64
XK65
XK66
XK67
XK68
XK69
XK70
XK71
XK72
YK73
YK21
YK22
protection start,open,up...
YK23
protection close,down...
YK24
protection stop
YK25
YK26
YK27
protection forward/speed1 YK28
protection backward/speed2 YK29
YK30
YK31
YK32
YK33
YK34
YK35
YK36
YK37
YK38
YK39
YK40
YK41
YK42
YK43
YK44
YK45
YK46
YK47
YK48
YK49
YK50
YK51
YK52
YK53
YK54
YK55
YK56
YK57
YK58
YK59
YK60
YK61
YK62
YK63
YK64
YK65
YK66
YK67
YK68
YK69
YK70
YK71
YK72
YK73
ZK21
ZK22
ZK23
ZK24
ZK25
ZK26
ZK27
ZK28
ZK29
ZK30
ZK31
ZK32
ZK33
ZK34
ZK35
ZK36
ZK37
ZK38
ZK39
ZK40
ZK41
ZK42
ZK43
ZK44
ZK45
ZK46
ZK47
ZK48
ZK49
ZK50
ZK51
ZK52
ZK53
ZK54
ZK55
ZK56
ZK57
ZK58
ZK59
ZK60
ZK61
ZK62
ZK63
ZK64
ZK65
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XK75
XK76
XK77
XK78
XK79
XK80
XK81
XK82
XK83
XK84
XK85
XK86
XK87
XK88
XK89
XK90
XK91
XK92
XK93
XK94
XK95
XK96
XK97
XK98
XK99
YK74
YK75
YK76
YK77
YK78
YK79
YK80
YK81
YK82
YK83
YK84
YK85
YK86
YK87
YK88
YK89
YK90
YK91
YK92
YK93
YK94
YK95
YK96
YK97
YK98
YK99
ZK74
ZK75
ZK76
ZK77
ZK78
ZK79
ZK80
ZK81
ZK82
ZK83
ZK84
ZK85
ZK86
ZK87
ZK88
ZK89
ZK90
ZK91
ZK92
ZK93
ZK94
ZK95
ZK96
ZK97
ZK98
ZK99
X/Y C. room and C. stations, sign. not assigned to spec. C. system (e.g. control interface tiles)
XL00
XL01
XL02
XL03
XL04
XL05
XL06
XL07
XL08
XL09
XL10
XL11
XL12
XL13
XL14
XL15
XL16
XL17
XL18
XL19
XL20
XL21
XL22
XL23
XL24
Running/increasing/on/up
Stop/decreasing/off/ down
Local start
Local stop
Auto/Control room control
YL00
YL01
YL02
YL03
YL04
YL05
YL06
YL07
YL08
YL09
YL10
YL11
YL12
YL13
YL14
YL15
YL16
YL17
YL18
YL19
YL20
YL21
YL22
YL23
YL24
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XL26
XL27
XL28
XL29
XL30
XL31 Acknowledgment
XL32
XL33
XL34
XL35
XL36
XL37
XL38
XL39
XL40
XL41
XL42
XL43
XL44
XL45
XL46
XL47
XL48
XL49
XL50
XL51
XL52
XL53
XL54
XL55
XL56
XL57
XL58
XL59
XL60
XL61
XL62
XL63
XL64
XL65
XL66
XL67
XL68
XL69
XL70
XL71
XL72
XL73
XL74
XL75
XL76
XL77 Forward/speed1
YL25
YL26
YL27
YL28
YL29
YL30
YL31
YL32
YL33
YL34
YL35
YL36
YL37
YL38
YL39
YL40
YL41
YL42
YL43
YL44
YL45
YL46
YL47
YL48
YL49
YL50
YL51
YL52
YL53
YL54
YL55
YL56
YL57
YL58
YL59
YL60
YL61
YL62
YL63
YL64
YL65
YL66
YL67
YL68
YL69
YL70
YL71
YL72
YL73
YL74
YL75
YL76
YL77
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XL78 Backward/speed2
XL79
XL80
XL81 Local control
XL82
XL83
XL84
XL85
XL86
XL87
XL88
XL89
XL90 Lamp test
XL91
XL92
XL93
XL94
XL95
XL96
XL97
XL98
XL99
YL78
YL79
YL80
YL81
YL82
YL83
YL84
YL85
YL86
YL87
YL88
YL89
YL90
YL91
YL92
YL93
YL94
YL95
YL96
YL97
YL98
YL99
X/Y/Z Higher-level static individual and group alarm signals)
XM00
XM01
XM02
XM03
XM04
XM05
XM06
XM07
XM08
XM09
XM10
XM11
XM12
XM13
XM14
XM15
XM16
XM17
XM18
XM19
XM20
XM21
XM22
XM23
XM24
XM25
XM26
XM27
XM28
Torque open
Torque close
Fault; not starting
Fault; not stopping
Motor Ready for run
Safety switch not in order
MCC fault
Common alarm
Current high alarm
Control voltage in order
Motor; temperature alarm
YM00
YM01
YM02
YM03
YM04
YM05
YM06
YM07
YM08
YM09
YM10
YM11
YM12
YM13
YM14
YM15
YM16
YM17
YM18
YM19
YM20
YM21
YM22
YM23
YM24
YM25
YM26
YM27
YM28
ZM00
ZM01
ZM02
ZM03
ZM04
ZM05
ZM06
ZM07
ZM08
ZM09
ZM10
ZM11
ZM12
ZM13
ZM14
ZM15
ZM16
ZM17
ZM18
ZM19
ZM20
ZM21
ZM22
ZM23
ZM24
ZM25
ZM26
ZM27
ZM28
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XM30
XM31
XM32
XM33
XM34
XM35
XM36
XM37
XM38
XM39
XM40 Fruquence converter alarm
XM41
XM42
XM43
YM44
XM45
XM46
XM47
XM48
XM49
XM50
XM51
XM52
XM53
XM54
XM55
XM56
XM57
XM58
XM59
XM60
XM61
XM62
XM63
XM64
XM65
XM66
XM67
XM68
XM69
XM70
XM71
XM72
YM73
XM74
XM75
XM76
XM77
XM78
XM79
XM80
XM81
YM29
YM30
YM31
YM32
YM33
YM34
YM35
YM36
YM37
YM38
YM39
YM40
YM41
YM42
YM43
YM44
YM45
YM46
YM47
YM48
YM49
YM50
YM51
YM52
YM53
YM54
YM55
YM56
YM57
YM58
YM59
YM60
YM61
YM62
YM63
YM64
YM65
YM66
YM67
YM68
YM69
YM70
YM71
YM72
YM73
YM74
YM75
YM76
YM77
YM78
YM79
YM80
YM81
ZM29
ZM30
ZM31
ZM32
ZM33
ZM34
ZM35
ZM36
ZM37
ZM38
ZM39
ZM40
ZM41
ZM42
ZM43
ZM44
ZM45
ZM46
ZM47
ZM48
ZM49
ZM50
ZM51
ZM52
ZM53
ZM54
ZM55
ZM56
ZM57
ZM58
ZM59
ZM60
ZM61
ZM62
ZM63
ZM64
ZM65
ZM66
ZM67
ZM68
ZM69
ZM70
ZM71
ZM72
ZM73
ZM74
ZM75
ZM76
ZM77
ZM78
ZM79
ZM80
ZM81
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XM83
XM84
XM85
XM86
XM87
XM88 Sensor alarm low
XM89 Sensor alarm high
XM90 Sensor alarm
XM91
XM92
XM93
XM94
XM95
XM96
XM97
XM98
XM99
YM82
YM83
YM84
YM85
YM86
YM87
YM88
YM89
YM90
YM91
YM92
YM93
YM94
YM95
YM96
YM97
YM98
YM99
ZM82
ZM83
ZM84
ZM85
ZM86
ZM87
ZM88
ZM89
ZM90
ZM91
ZM92
ZM93
ZM94
ZM95
ZM96
ZM97
ZM98
ZM99
X/Y Status-display computer/criterion display
XN00
XN01
XN02
XN03
XN04
XN05
XN06
XN07
XN08
XN09
XN10
XN11
XN12
XN13
XN14
XN15
XN16
XN17
XN18
XN19
XN20
XN21
XN22
XN23
XN24
XN25
XN26
XN27
XN28
XN29
XN30
XN31
XN32
YN00
YN01
YN02
YN03
YN04
YN05
YN06
YN07
YN08
YN09
YN10
YN11
YN12
YN13
YN14
YN15
YN16
YN17
YN18
YN19
YN20
YN21
YN22
YN23
YN24
YN25
YN26
YN27
YN28
YN29
YN30
YN31
YN32
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XN34
XN35
XN36
XN37
XN38
XN39
XN40
XN41
XN42
XN43
XN44
XN45
XN46
XN47
XN48
XN49
XN50
XN51
XN52
XN53
XN54
XN55
XN56
XN57
XN58
XN59
XN60
XN61
XN62
XN63
XN64
XN65
XN66
XN67
XN68
XN69
XN70
XN71
XN72
XN73
XN74
XN75
XN76
XN77
XN78
XN79
XN80
XN81
XN82
XN83
XN84
XN85
YN33
YN34
YN35
YN36
YN37
YN38
YN39
YN40
YN41
YN42
YN43
YN44
YN45
YN46
YN47
YN48
YN49
YN50
YN51
YN52
YN53
YN54
YN55
YN56
YN57
YN58
YN59
YN60
YN61
YN62
YN63
YN64
YN65
YN66
YN67
YN68
YN69
YN70
YN71
YN72
YN73
YN74
YN75
YN76
YN77
YN78
YN79
YN80
YN81
YN82
YN83
YN84
YN85
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XN87
XN88
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XN93
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XN95
XN96
XN97
XN98
XN99
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YN87
YN88
YN89
YN90
YN91
YN92
YN93
YN94
YN95
YN96
YN97
YN98
YN99
X/Y/Z Supervisory computer (process computer)
XP00
XP01
XP02
XP03
XP04
XP05
XP06
XP07
XP08
XP09
XP10
XP11
XP12
XP13
XP14
XP15
XP16
XP17
XP18
XP19
XP20
XP21
XP22
XP23
XP24
XP25
XP26
XP27
XP28
XP29
XP30
XP31
XP32
XP33
XP34
XP35
XP36
YP00
Analog input (linearilized) YP01
Mass flow (T-compensated) YP02
Mass flow (P-compensated) YP03
Mass flow (PT-compensated)YP04
Minimum value
YP05
Maximum value
YP06
Average
YP07
Middle one of the values
YP08
Calculated value
YP09
YP10
YP11
YP12
YP13
YP14
YP15
YP16
YP17
YP18
YP19
YP20
YP21
YP22
YP23
YP24
YP25
YP26
YP27
YP28
YP29
YP30
YP31
YP32
YP33
YP34
YP35
YP36
ZP00
ZP01
ZP02
ZP03
ZP04
ZP05
ZP06
ZP07
ZP08
ZP09
ZP10
ZP11
ZP12
ZP13
ZP14
ZP15
ZP16
ZP17
ZP18
ZP19
ZP20
Independent AO-signal 1
ZP21
Independent AO-signal 2
ZP22
Independent AO-signal 3
ZP23
...
ZP24
ZP25
ZP26
ZP27
ZP28
ZP29
ZP30
ZP31 Running time(integrated)
ZP32 Running time (after the latest maintenance)
ZP33 Running time (after the latest start)
ZP34 Running time (this year)
ZP35 Running time (last year)
ZP36
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XP38
XP39
XP40
XP41
XP42
XP43
YP44
XP45
XP46
XP47
XP48
XP49
XP50
XP51 Effective value
XP52
XP53
XP54
XP55
XP56
XP57
XP58
XP59
XP60
XP61
XP62
XP63
XP64
XP65
XP66
XP67
XP68
XP69
XP70
XP71
XP72
YP73
XP74
XP75
XP76
XP77
XP78
XP79
XP80
XP81
XP82
XP83
XP84
XP85
XP86
XP87
XP88
XP89
YP37
YP38
YP39
YP40
YP41
YP42
YP43
YP44
YP45
YP46
YP47
YP48
YP49
YP50
YP51
YP52
YP53
YP54
YP55
YP56
YP57
YP58
YP59
YP60
YP61
YP62
YP63
YP64
YP65
YP66
YP67
YP68
YP69
YP70
YP71
YP72
YP73
YP74
YP75
YP76
YP77
YP78
YP79
YP80
YP81
YP82
YP83
YP84
YP85
YP86
YP87
YP88
YP89
ZP37
ZP38
ZP39
ZP40
ZP41
ZP42
ZP43
ZP44
ZP45
ZP46
ZP47
ZP48
ZP49
ZP50
ZP51
ZP52
ZP53
ZP54
ZP55
ZP56
ZP57
ZP58
ZP59
ZP60
ZP61
ZP62
ZP63
ZP64
ZP65
ZP66
ZP67
ZP68
ZP69
ZP70
ZP71
ZP72
ZP73
ZP74
ZP75
ZP76
ZP77
ZP78
ZP79
ZP80
ZP81
ZP82
ZP83
ZP84
ZP85
ZP86
ZP87
ZP88
ZP89
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XP91
XP92
XP93
XP94
XP95
XP96
XP97
XP98
XP99
YP90
YP91
YP92
YP93
YP94
YP95
YP96
YP97
YP98
YP99
ZP90
ZP91
ZP92
ZP93
ZP94
ZP95
ZP96
ZP97
ZP98
ZP99
YQ00
YQ01
YQ02
YQ03
YQ04
YQ05
YQ06
YQ07
YQ08
YQ09
YQ10
YQ11
YQ12
YQ13
YQ14
YQ15
YQ16
YQ17
YQ18
YQ19
YQ20
YQ21
YQ22
YQ23
YQ24
YQ25
YQ26
YQ27
YQ28
YQ29
YQ30
YQ31
YQ32
YQ33
YQ34
YQ35
YQ36
YQ37
YQ38
YQ39
YQ40
ZQ00
X/Y/Z Analog signals
XQ00
XQ01
XQ02
XQ03
XQ04
XQ05
XQ06
XQ07
XQ08
XQ09
XQ10
XQ11
XQ12
XQ13
XQ14
XQ15
XQ16
XQ17
XQ18
XQ19
XQ20
XQ21
XQ22
XQ23
XQ24
XQ25
XQ26
XQ27
XQ28
XQ29
XQ30
XQ31
XQ32
XQ33
XQ34
XQ35
XQ36
XQ37
XQ38
XQ39
XQ40
Analog signal 1
Analog signal 2
Analog signal 3
...
Position
Current
Speed
Real power
Idle power
Analog output 1
Analog output 2
Analog output 3
...
ZQ01
ZQ02
ZQ03
ZQ04
ZQ05
ZQ06
ZQ07
ZQ08
ZQ09
ZQ10
ZQ11
ZQ12
ZQ13
ZQ14
ZQ15
ZQ16
ZQ17
ZQ18
ZQ19
ZQ20
ZQ21
ZQ22
ZQ23
ZQ24
ZQ25
ZQ26
ZQ27
ZQ28
ZQ29
ZQ30
ZQ31
ZQ32
ZQ33
ZQ34
ZQ35
ZQ36
ZQ37
ZQ38
ZQ39
ZQ40
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XQ42
XQ43
YQ44
XQ45
XQ46
XQ47
XQ48
XQ49
XQ50
XQ51
XQ52
XQ53
XQ54
XQ55
XQ56
XQ57
XQ58
XQ59
XQ60
XQ61
XQ62
XQ63
XQ64
XQ65
XQ66
XQ67
XQ68
XQ69
XQ70
XQ71
XQ72
YQ73
XQ74
XQ75
XQ76
XQ77
XQ78
XQ79
XQ80
XQ81
XQ82
XQ83
XQ84
XQ85
XQ86
XQ87
XQ88
XQ89
XQ90
XQ91
XQ92
XQ93
YQ41
YQ42
YQ43
YQ44
YQ45
YQ46
YQ47
YQ48
YQ49
YQ50
YQ51
YQ52
YQ53
YQ54
YQ55
YQ56
YQ57
YQ58
YQ59
YQ60
YQ61
YQ62
YQ63
YQ64
YQ65
YQ66
YQ67
YQ68
YQ69
YQ70
YQ71
YQ72
YQ73
YQ74
YQ75
YQ76
YQ77
YQ78
YQ79
YQ80
YQ81
YQ82
YQ83
YQ84
YQ85
YQ86
YQ87
YQ88
YQ89
YQ90
YQ91
YQ92
YQ93
ZQ41
ZQ42
ZQ43
ZQ44
ZQ45
ZQ46
ZQ47
ZQ48
ZQ49
ZQ50
ZQ51
ZQ52
ZQ53
ZQ54
ZQ55
ZQ56
ZQ57
ZQ58
ZQ59
ZQ60
ZQ61
ZQ62
ZQ63
ZQ64
ZQ65
ZQ66
ZQ67
ZQ68
ZQ69
ZQ70
ZQ71
ZQ72
ZQ73
ZQ74
ZQ75
ZQ76
ZQ77
ZQ78
ZQ79
ZQ80
ZQ81
ZQ82
ZQ83
ZQ84
ZQ85
ZQ86
ZQ87
ZQ88
ZQ89
ZQ90
ZQ91
ZQ92
ZQ93
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XQ95
XQ96
XQ97
XQ98
XQ99
YQ94
YQ95
YQ96
YQ97
YQ98
YQ99
ZQ94
ZQ95
ZQ96
ZQ97
ZQ98
ZQ99
YR00
YR01
YR02
YR03
YR04
YR05
YR06
YR07
YR08 Controller output
YR09
YR10
YR11
YR12
YR13
YR14
YR15
YR16
YR17
YR18
YR19
YR20
YR21
YR22
YR23
YR24
YR25
YR26
YR27
YR28
YR29
YR30
YR31
YR32
YR33
YR34
YR35
YR36
YR37
YR38
YR39
YR40
YR41
YR42
YR43
YR44
ZR00
ZR01
ZR02
ZR03
ZR04
ZR05
ZR06
ZR07
ZR08
ZR09
ZR10
ZR11
ZR12
ZR13
ZR14
ZR15
ZR16
ZR17
ZR18
ZR19
ZR20
ZR21
ZR22
ZR23
ZR24
ZR25
ZR26
ZR27
ZR28
ZR29
ZR30
ZR31
ZR32
ZR33
ZR34
ZR35
ZR36
ZR37
ZR38
ZR39
ZR40
ZR41
ZR42
ZR43
ZR44
X/Y/Z Analog control variables
XR00
XR01
XR02
XR03
XR04
XR05
XR06
XR07
XR08
XR09
XR10
XR11
XR12
XR13
XR14
XR15
XR16
XR17
XR18
XR19
XR20
XR21
XR22
XR23
XR24
XR25
XR26
XR27
XR28
XR29
XR30
XR31
XR32
XR33
XR34
XR35
XR36
XR37
XR38
XR39
XR40
XR41
XR42
XR43
YR44
Offset
Setpoint
Auto setpoint
Remote setpoint
Feedback (unconnected)
Feedback (connected)
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XR46
XR47
XR48
XR49
XR50
XR51
XR52
XR53
XR54
XR55
XR56
XR57
XR58
XR59
XR60
XR61
XR62
XR63
XR64
XR65
XR66
XR67
XR68
XR69
XR70
XR71
XR72
YR73
XR74
XR75
XR76
XR77
XR78
XR79
XR80
XR81
XR82
XR83
XR84
XR85
XR86
XR87
XR88
XR89
XR90
XR91
XR92
XR93
XR94
XR95
XR96
XR97
YR45
YR46
YR47
YR48
YR49
YR50
YR51
YR52
YR53
YR54
YR55
YR56
YR57
YR58
YR59
YR60
YR61
YR62
YR63
YR64
YR65
YR66
YR67
YR68
YR69
YR70
YR71
YR72
YR73
YR74
YR75
YR76
YR77
YR78
YR79
YR80
YR81
YR82
YR83
YR84
YR85
YR86
YR87
YR88
YR89
YR90
YR91
YR92
YR93
YR94
YR95
YR96
YR97
ZR45
ZR46
ZR47
ZR48
ZR49
ZR50
ZR51
ZR52
ZR53
ZR54
ZR55
ZR56
ZR57
ZR58
ZR59
ZR60
ZR61
ZR62
ZR63
ZR64
ZR65
ZR66
ZR67
ZR68
ZR69
ZR70
ZR71
ZR72
ZR73
ZR74
ZR75
ZR76
ZR77
ZR78
ZR79
ZR80
ZR81
ZR82
ZR83
ZR84
ZR85
ZR86
ZR87
ZR88
ZR89
ZR90
ZR91
ZR92
ZR93
ZR94
ZR95
ZR96
ZR97
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XR98
XR99
YR98
YR99
ZR98
ZR99
X/Y Functional group control step signals
XS00
XS01
XS02
XS03
XS04
XS05
XS06
XS07
XS08
XS09
XS10
XS11
XS12
XS13
XS14
XS15
XS16
XS17
XS18
XS19
XS20
XS21
XS22
XS23
XS24
XS25
XS26
XS27
XS28
XS29
XS30
XS31
XS32
XS33
XS34
XS35
XS36
XS37
XS38
XS39
XS40
XS41
XS42
XS43
XS44
XS45
XS46
XS47
XS48
YS00
YS01
YS02
YS03
YS04
YS05
YS06
YS07
YS08
YS09
YS10
YS11
YS12
YS13
YS14
YS15
YS16
YS17
YS18
YS19
YS20
YS21
YS22
YS23
YS24
YS25
YS26
YS27
YS28
YS29
YS30
YS31
YS32
YS33
YS34
YS35
YS36
YS37
YS38
YS39
YS40
YS41
YS42
YS43
YS44
YS45
YS46
YS47
YS48
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XS50
XS51
XS52
XS53
XS54
XS55
XS56
XS57
XS58
XS59
XS60
XS61
XS62
XS63
XS64
XS65
XS66
XS67
XS68
XS69
XS70
XS71
XS72
XS73
XS74
XS75
XS76
XS77
XS78
XS79
XS80
XS81
XS82
XS83
XS84
XS85
XS86
XS87
XS88
XS89
XS90
XS91
XS92
XS93
XS94
XS95
XS96
XS97
XS98
XS99
YS49
YS50
YS51
YS52
YS53
YS54
YS55
YS56
YS57
YS58
YS59
YS60
YS61
YS62
YS63
YS64
YS65
YS66
YS67
YS68
YS69
YS70
YS71
YS72
YS73
YS74
YS75
YS76
YS77
YS78
YS79
YS80
YS81
YS82
YS83
YS84
YS85
YS86
YS87
YS88
YS89
YS90
YS91
YS92
YS93
YS94
YS95
YS96
YS97
YS98
YS99
X/Y Turbine generator I&C, binary signals
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XT01
XT02
XT03
XT04
XT05
XT06
XT07
XT08
XT09
XT10
XT11
XT12
XT13
XT14
XT15
XT16
XT17
XT18
XT19
XT20
XT21
XT22
XT23
XT24
XT25
XT26
XT27
XT28
XT29
XT30
XT31
XT32
XT33
XT34
XT35
XT36
XT37
XT38
XT39
XT40
XT41
XT42
XT43
XT44
XT45
XT46
XT47
XT48
XT49
XT50
XT51
XT52
YT00
YT01
YT02
YT03
YT04
YT05
YT06
YT07
YT08
YT09
YT10
YT11
YT12
YT13
YT14
YT15
YT16
YT17
YT18
YT19
YT20
YT21
YT22
YT23
YT24
YT25
YT26
YT27
YT28
YT29
YT30
YT31
YT32
YT33
YT34
YT35
YT36
YT37
YT38
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