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NDICE

1
1.1
1.2

OBJECT........................................................................................................................ 4
AIM OF THIS DOCUMENT.......................................................................................4
COORDINATION AND HARMONIZATION ........................................................... 4

2
STRUCTURE AND APPLICATION OF THE POWER STATION
IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM KKS .......................................................................................... 5
2.1
FORMAT OF THE KKS-CODE ................................................................................. 5
2.2
PLANT COUNTING DIRECTION .............................................................................6
3
3.1

Structure and Contents of the Breakdown Levels ........................................................7


STRUCTURE OF THE PROCESS CODING SYSTEM ............................................7

4
4.1
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
2
4.3
4.3.1

4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7

special considerations.................................................................................................10
KKS LABELS FOR UNITS, APPARATUS, VESSELS AND VALVES ................10
IDENTIFICATION OF PIPING SYSTEMS ............................................................. 10
Symbol Use ................................................................................................................ 10
Delimitation of KKS-sections .................................................................................... 11
Rules for numbering on P&I Diagrams......................................................................12
Distinguishing of subclasses within one KKS system section at the Breakdown Level
15
INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL (SENER STANDARD) ......................... 15
Signal Codification..................................................................................................... 16
Instrument signals....................................................................................................... 16
Control signals............................................................................................................ 16
CABLING FOR ELECTRIC, I&C SYSTEM............................................................ 16
SWITCHGEARS........................................................................................................18
JUNCTION BOXES................................................................................................... 19
RACEWAYS CODIFICATION ................................................................................ 20

LIST OF ANNEXES ..................................................................................................21

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1 OBJECT
KKS System will be used for component designation at Pilar Combined Cycle Power Plant.
Sub-suppliers of packaged units will be requested to apply KKS designation system.
Nevertheless, those companies which are not able to use KKS system will not be discarded as
potential suppliers and component designation within packaged units might not be according
to KKS system.

1.1 AIM OF THIS DOCUMENT


The purpose of this document is to set the basis for the application of KKS system in this
project. The fourth revision of KKS Kraftwerk Kennzeichen System (Power Plant Code
System), 1991 Edition has been used. The application of KKS System is intended to set an
unambiguous and uniform denomination of every single component of the entire power plant.
For all system groups of the plant, this uniform coding system will be applied.
The companies implied in this project, which use the KKS system, shall follow the
instructions of this General Procedure. Extended application of the KKS system is to be
executed by each supplier for its scope of supply in accordance with the latest English version
of the Kraftwerk Kennzeichen System (KKS) of the VGB expert committee Technische
Ordnungssysteme (Tech. Classification Systems). Any deviation, changes or additions that
any of those parties would like to make shall be requested in written to SENER. Before
applying any deviation, a writing confirmation from SENER must be received.

1.2 COORDINATION AND HARMONIZATION


An interface coordination matrix is defined (Annex G) in order to avoid possible conflicts
between different parties when choosing numerical digits for FN numbering of Breakdown
Level 1.
Another objective of the coordination matrix is to make the codification process more
dynamic without consulting the other parties. Counting ranges have been preliminarily
established in order to harmonize their application criteria for the complete Power Plant.
Codes and counting ranges in the interface coordination matrix will be completed as required
during the project.
Terminal points represent a delimitation of the system identification and both parties must use
the interface coordination matrix. Using the coordination matrix, different parties use
different numerical digits for FN system numbering of Breakdown Level 1 in order to avoid
conflicts. In this way, piping and components codification do not depend on other parties.

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STRUCTURE AND APPLICATION


IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM KKS

OF

THE

POWER

STATION

2.1 FORMAT OF THE KKS-CODE


The KKS consists of three types of identification:

the process-related identification identifies installations and equipment according to


their assigned task in the power plant process,

the point of installation identification identifies the points of installation within an


installation unit (e.g. cubicles, consoles, panels),

the location identification identifies the rooms and floors, or other installation sites,
for installations and equipment in building structures.

A uniform designation structure, with a maximum of four breakdown levels, was created for
all three types; the units referred to becoming smaller from left to right. The next table shows
the breakdown levels.

Serial number of breakdown


level

Name of breakdown level

Overall

Function

Equipment

Component

Example

Unit

System

Pump Unit

Pump

Although these numbering code elements are subject to agreement on a project, the next
guidelines shall be applied:

As a rule numbering starts a new when one of the preceding code elements changes.

Numbering may be consecutive or grouping.

Numbering need not to 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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The counting at the counting data positions restarts every time if there is a change in
the previous classification data positions.

It is recommendable to skip numbers for having latitude for later additions in the
course of planning.

The counting of different types of units of the same kind is effected by counting
ranges.

Once a counting number is fixed for a particular item (component, pipe section) it will
not be changed anymore even if in the run of continuous engineering other rules of
coding are infringed.

If a certain item will be removed in the course of planning, a counting number may
not be reused.

When the KKS-code is written in single line no blank must be inserted.


Example
A3LAB10BB001
When the KKS-code is written in more than one line, the wraps are placed between
Breakdown Level 1 and 2. If Breakdown Level 3 is applied, the wraps shall be placed
between level 1, 2 and 3. All lines are to centralise.
Examples
A3LBA10
BB001
KT001

A0GAF10
AP001

Breakdown Level 0, 1 and 2

Breakdown Level 0, 1, 2 and 3

2.2 PLANT COUNTING DIRECTION


The counting direction is determined by the direction of fluid flow and/or signal flow.
For components connected in parallel, rooms, cubicles, etc. within the project, the following
counting directions are stipulated:

From South to North

From West to East

From Ground to Top

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STRUCTURE AND CONTENTS OF THE BREAKDOWN LEVELS

3.1 STRUCTURE OF THE PROCESS CODING SYSTEM


The individual breakdown levels of the KKS have an alphanumeric structure, thereby
ensuring clarity and easy memorization.
The KKS process coding system is structured as follow:

F0

F1

F2

F3

FN
N

A1

A2

3
AN

A3

B1

B2

[A]

BN
N

Remarks:
Top line: Serial Number of Breakdown Level
Central line: Designation of data character
Bottom line: Type of data character (A= alpha character, N = numerical character)

Breakdown Level 0
G

Overall Plant

Overall Power Station

1 Common for all systems

Breakdown Level 1
F0

Function Prefix Number

Indicator for main components within the power plant

Common Systems, ST and auxiliaries

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GT1, HRSG1 and auxiliaries

GT2, HRSG2 and auxiliaries

etc
.

To be defined if required

F1, F2, F3 System classification


These alphabetical symbols are used to classify and divide the overall plant into
subsystems, systems or building structures.
The function-oriented system classification of the plant is effected at data places F1,
F2 and F3 according to the KKS function code. The function code letters used
specifically in this project are listed in Annex A.
FN

System numbering
The numerical digits count and subdivide the unit (e.g. lines, cubicles, floors of
buildings, etc.) coded in the last alphabetical digits.

Breakdown Level 2

Unit Code

A1, A2: Equipment unit classification


Equipment unit classification is effected at data places A1 and A2 in accordance with
the KKS unit code. See Annex B.
AN

Equipment unit numbering


For different counting ranges refer to Annexes D, E, and F

[A3]

Additional code letter if necessary for unambiguous coding

Additional character to make a distinction between multiple measuring points at one device
(redundancies) or to identify the pilot valve(s) of a main valve (e.g. the main valve AA001
is pneumatic and the pilot valve AA001A is controlled by the DCS).

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Breakdown Level 3

Component Code

This Breakdown Level is rarely used and shall only be applied if unequivocal coding
requires its application.
B1, B2 Component classification
The Component classification code is affected at data positions B1 and B2 according
to the KKS operating equipment code. See Annex C.
BN

Component numbering
Counting of operating equipment of the same kind at one unit is effected
consecutively starting with 01.

For this project the Breakdown Level 3 shall not be used.

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SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS

The following specifications, related to the counting digits FN, AN and BN, shall be used:

Breakdown of the plant systems into subsystems, is effected with priority in the FN
counting digits of the Breakdown Level 1.

The counting sequences in the Breakdown Level 1 are, as far as possible, employed in
increments of ten (starting with 10) in order to have latitude for later additions, if
required. Counting in the Breakdown Level 2 should preferably start from 001 on for
equipments, valves and for piping.
Example:
10LAB10AP001

For piping, valves, measurement devices and cables, a grouping in counting is envisaged in
the Breakdown Level 2 to distinguish them in various types.

4.1 KKS LABELS FOR UNITS, APPARATUS, VESSELS AND VALVES


Such labels shall give at least the information shown below. It is allowed to write more
information.
KKS Breakdown Level 0 and 1
KKS Breakdown Level 2

4.2 IDENTIFICATION OF PIPING SYSTEMS


4.2.1 Symbol Use
Piping systems identification is carried out using flags. The direction of the flag shows
flow direction inside the pipe. The flag shall contain the Breakdown Level 0 and 1 in the top
line and the Breakdown Level 2 in the bottom line. The nominal diameter values are placed
on the opposite side of the line which presents the pipe. Both pipe specification associated to
the line and the type of insulation are included in the area.

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6 C15 X

4 C1 X

Flow direction

Flow direction

10LBA22
BR001

2 C15 X

10LBA10
BR001

10LBA10
BR001

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Flow direction

Both flow
directions are
possible

Both flow
directions are
possible

10LBA10
BR001

10LBA30
BR001
3 C1 X

4 C15 X

If two flow directions are possible a flag is not employed anymore but a box with two lines
connecting the box with the pipe.

The letter X symbolizes the kind of insulation, which could be:


P: Personnel Protection
H: Heat Conservation

4.2.2 Delimitation of KKS-sections


Delimitation of system identification in the Breakdown Level 1 is represented by a hollow
needle.
Example:

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For clearer representation of the coding sections, it is to be made sure that the needles are not
situated directly at the branching or junction point, but close to it at the concerned line.
It is to avoid that two needles are placed one after another along a streamline at a branch or a
joining point. The T-fitting in the example below has to belong unequivocally to a KKS
section.
Example:
10LBA21
BR001

10LBA22
BR001
1LBA30
BR001

10LBA22
BR001

one too many


needle

1LBA30
BR001
1LBA23
BR001

one too many


needle

WRONG CORRECT
As it has been said above, delimitations of system identification in the Breakdown Level 1 are
represented by a hollow needle. On the other hand, delimitations of system identification in
the Breakdown Level 2 are represented by a solid needle.
Example:

4.2.3 Rules for numbering on P&I Diagrams


1) Lines of a main flow shall be numbered at the Breakdown Level 1 preferably
in increments of ten beginning with 10 and continuing with 20, 30 and so on.
2) If a main line is branched into parallel lines, such parallel lines are to be
numbered by using the next tens digit of the upstream main line for the
beginning of the counting of the parallel lines.

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For instance, if the main line is numbered by 20 the branched lines will get
numbers as 31, 36, etc. Using a number ending with zero should be avoided
at a line in parallel to indicate there is another line with the same function.
When the parallel lines join together a step to the next tens digit shall be
affected (see example).
Example:

2LAB21
BR002

10LAB21
BR001

10LAB30
BR001

10LAB20
BR001
10LAB22
BR001

10LAB22
BR002

3) Numbering for several piping legs is also effected at the first Breakdown
Level in increments of one.
Example:
10GAF63
BR001

10GAF62
BR001

10GAF60
BR001

10GAF61
BR001

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4) If the fluid undergoes a significant change in parameter (e.g. by pumping,


preheating or throttling) the line will be ascendant numbered in the second
Breakdown Level in increments of one in flow direction.
Example:
When installing a pump:
10PGM50
BR001

10PGM50
BR002

10PGM50
AP001

When installing a heat exchanger:


10PGM50

10PGM50

BR001

BR002

10PGM50
AC001

When installing a pressure reducing station:

10LBA50
BR001

10LBA50
BR002

10LBA50
AA101

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Due to the use of the interface coordination matrix, shown in Annex G, there could be some
cases in which the KKS application criteria explained in this application guide cannot be
strictly followed. This is the case in the interface points between two different Suppliers.

4.2.4 Distinguishing of subclasses within one KKS system section at the Breakdown
Level 2
Counting Ranges for pipe codes at Breakdown Level 2
Code ranges of counting sequences are employed in order to distinguish between various
piping types in the KKS. The pertaining stipulations can be found in Annex C.
Counting Ranges for valve codes at Breakdown Level 2
To distinguish between various valve types in the KKS code, certain counting ranges are
used. The prescriptions of the counting ranges of valves are contained in Annex D.
Counting Ranges for equipment at Breakdown Level 2 are from 001 to 999 in a
sequential order.

4.3 INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL (SENER STANDARD)


The measurement points are represented by an oval thereinafter called measurement circuit.
In the top line, the so-called function letters are entered. The letters to be used are according
to the American standard ISA. In the bottom line the complete KKS code of the measurement
point is shown.
Top Line : ISA code according to
the Annex F

Bottom Line 2: Complete KKS- code


of the measuring point

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Example:

TI

4.3.1 Signal Codification


The code for all the instruments, equipments, power centers and cabinets will be made of the
1 and/or 2 breakdown levels. The 3 breakdown level will be used for the signals. The
following criteria will be taken into account:
Instrument signals
The instrument signal codes are similar to the instrument codes, formed by the ISA code
as the prefix and the KKS code as the final part in the global code.
Control signals
These codes will be the 3 breakdown level and will be the prefix of the signal KKS code for a
faster identification of the signal instead of putting after the equipment, instrument or cabinet
code. The codes to be used are defined in Annex C
If the motors are double speed motors, we will distinguish the signals for one or another speed
adding a character to the prefix indicating the fast speed F, or the slow speed S.

4.4 CABLING FOR ELECTRIC, I&C SYSTEM


The cable codes consist of Breakdown Level 0, 1 and 2, plus an auxiliary end level which
indicates the cable service.
The 0, 1, 2 levels are from the supplied system.

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0
G
NoA

F0 F1 F2 F3
N

Fn
N

E1 E2
N

En
N

Remarks:
Top Line: Serial N of Breakdown level
Central Line: Designation of the data position
Bottom Line: Type of data character (A=alpha character, N=numerical character)
The classification section (G to En) contains the system identification of the device which
gives the order, the device which signals an state or the device which is the consumer.
The classification section (G to En) will consider the following:

In case of the power cables, it will considered the consumer KKS code.

In case of control cables to the DCS or SCADA, the cable code will take into account
the KKS code of the device commanded or the device which gives status signal to the
control.

In case of control cables between the DCS and other different control of the plant (for
example: Steam Turbine Control, Bypass valves control, etc..), we will take into
account the KKS code of these other control of the plant for the codification of these
cables.

The letter D indicates the cable service:


A analog signals

Level 1

S RTD & TC-K

Level 1

T Communication

Level 1

D digital signals

Level 2

C control signals: 125 Vcc, <20A

Level 3

B control signals: 230 Vac

Level 3

P protection signals

Level 3

H low voltage: 400 Vac, <20A

Level 3

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F power level: 125 Vcc, >20 A

Level 4

K power level: 400Vac, >20A

Level 4

M medium voltage V>1 kV

Level 5

The letters NN indicate the counting section.

4.5 SWITCHGEARS
The structure of the KKS codes applied to the switchgear will be based on the following:

0
G
NoA

F0 F1 F2 F3
N

Fn
N

E1 E2
N

En
N

The classification section (G to fn) will consider the switchgear KKS code. Section (E1 & E2
& first N of EN) will distinguish:
GS1NN: incoming breakers;
GS2NN: coupling breakers,
GS3NN: transformers outgoing;
GS4NN: Motors outgoing;
GS5NN: MCC and Power Centres outgoings;
GS6NN: outgoings to AN, PS,SAI, CC, HVAC and HVAC panels
GS7NN: outgoings to passive loads;
GS8NN: Not used;
GS9NN: line disconnectors;
GS0NN: Earthing switches.

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For example, considering the power center 1BFA10, and busbar 1BFA11:

Incoming breaker in openned position: 1BFA11GS100-XH01

Incoming breaker in closed position: 1BFA10GS100-XL01

4.6 JUNCTION BOXES

0
G
NoA

F0 F1 F2 F3
N

Fn
N

E1 E2
N

En
N

The level 2 of the codification of the junction boxes will be according to the following in
order to distinguish among the several purposes:
GA Junction box for analog measured data
GB Junction box for binary signals
GD Junction box for power cables > 1 kV
GE Junction box for power cables < 1 kV
GG Junction box for thermocouples
GH Junction box for general purpose cabling
GL Junction box for solenoid valves
GM Junction box for light-current systems of telecommunication
GO Junction Boxes for Fire&Gas signals
GP Junction box for lighting
GQ Power socket outlets
GY Junction box for light-current systems (not telecommunication)

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4.7 RACEWAYS CODIFICATION


The cable trays and ducts will be codified in the following way:

1
F0 F1 F2 F3

2
Fn

E1 E2

3
En

N A A A N N A N N N N A
-Code Level 1: it will be used the area code for the location of the cable tray or duct.
-Code Level 2: this level will give the following information:
E1: this letter will indicate if its a tray or tube.
T: TUBE
B: TRAY
E2: the elevation in the area of the cable tray.
En: the order number of the cable tray or duct with 3 digits.
-Code Level 3: this level will give the indication of the cable type according to the
signal type. The following table shows the character used for the different cables, and
the related Level of these cables according to the ANSI/IEEE Standard 518-1982 for
the separation.

M Medium Voltage Cables

Level 5

P Power cables

Level 4

L Control
Cables

and

Power Level 3

D Digital Signals Cables

Level 2

A Analogue Signals Cables

Level 1

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5 LIST OF ANNEXES

Annex

Denomination

Function Code Letters

Equipment Unit Code Letters (Breakdown


level 2)

Equipment Unit Code Letters (Breakdown


level 3)

Counting Ranges for Piping

Counting Ranges for Valves

Counting Ranges for Measurement Points

ISA Code Letters

Interface Coordination Matrix

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ANNEX A
FUNCTION CODE LETTERS
(Breakdown level 1)

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GRIDS AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS

AE

110-150 kV Systems

AEA

Breakers

AEB

Disconnectors

AET

Main transformers

AEW

Lightning protection

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POWER TRANSMISSION AND AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLY

BA

Power Transmission

BAA

Isolated phased busbar

BAB

Generator Earthing

BAC

Generator Circuit Breaker including Cooling System

BAT

Unit Transformer including Cooling System

BAY

Control and Protection Equipment (Synchronising Equipment )

BB

Medium-Voltage Distribution Boards and Transformers, Normal System

BBA

6.6 kV Switch Gear (Combined Cycle)

BBB

6.6 kV Bus duct

BBE

6.6 kV Switch Gear (Open Cycle)

BBT

Auxiliary Transformer

BBY

Control and Protection Equipment

BF

Low Voltage Main Distribution Boards and Transformers, Normal System

BFA

Low Voltage Main Distribution Boards

BFE

Low Voltage Distribution Boards (for GTs)

BFT

Low Voltage Main Distribution Transformers

BFY

Control and Protection Equipment

BJ

Low Voltage Main Subdistribution Boards and Transformers, Normal System

BJA

MCC

BJT

Low Voltage Auxiliary Power Transformers

BJY

Control and Protection Equipment

BL

Low-Voltage Subdistribution Board and Transformers

BLA

380 V Sub distribution Board

BLB

380 V Sub distribution Board

BLC

380 V Sub distribution Board

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BLT

Low Voltage Auxiliary Power Transformers

BLY

Control and Protection Equipment

BM

Low Voltage Distribution Boards and Transformers, (Diesel) Emergency Power


System 1

BMA

Low Voltage Emergency Distribution Boards

BMB

Emergency Lighting Boards

BME

Low Voltage Emergency Distribution Boards (for GTs)

BMY

Control and Protection Equipment

BR

Low Voltage Distribution Boards, Uninterruptible (Converter) Power Supply

BRA

UPS Distribution Board

BRU

UPS Inverter

BRT

Isolation Transformer

BRV

UPS Static By-pass

BRY

Control and Protection Equipment

BT

Battery Systems

BTA

DC System Batteries

BTL

Battery Charger

BU

D.C. Distribution Boards

BUA

DC Distribution Board

BUB

DC Distribution Board (for GT)

BUC

DC Distribution Board (for GT)

BUK

24 VCD Distribution

BUY

Control and protection equipment

BV

D.C. Distribution Boards, Normal System 250 VDC

BVA

DC Distribution Board 250 VDC

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BY

Control and Protection Equipment

BYA

Cabinets for Generator and Transformer Protection

BYB

Mains Coupling Relay Cabinet

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INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL EQUIPMENT

CA

Protective Interlocks

CAA

BPS Cabinets

CB

Functional Group Control, Subloop Control

CBA

ST Generator and ST Control Panel

CBP

Cabinets for Synchronization

CC

Binary Signal Conditioning

CCA

Cabinets for Binary Signal Conditioning

CD

Drive Control Interface

CDA

Cabinets for Drive Control

CE

Annunciation

CEA

Cabinets for Annunciation Systems

CF

Measurement, Recording

CFA

Cabinets for Measurement

CH

Protection

CHA

Cabinet for Generator and Transformer Protection

CHE

Protection

CJ

Unit Coordination Level

CJA

DCS Unit Control System (including Cabinets)

CK

Process Computer System

CKA

Process computer System

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CW

Control Rooms

CWA

Main Control Consoles

CX

Local Control Stations

CXA

Local Control Stations

CY

Communication Equipment

CYE

Fire Alarm System

CYG

Remote Control System

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CONVENTIONAL FUEL SUPPLY AND RESIDUES DISPOSAL

EG

Supply of Liquid Fuels

EGA

Receiving Equipment, incl. pipeline

EGB

Tank farm

EGC

Pump System

EGD

Piping System

EGR

Residues removal System

EGT

Heating medium System

EGV

Lubricant Supply System

EGX

Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment

EGY

Control and protection equipment

EK

Supply of Gaseous Fuel

EKA

Receiving Equipment incl. pipeline

EKB

Moisture Separation System

EKC

Heating System

EKD

Reducing Station

EKE

Mechanical Cleaning and Scrubbing System

EKG

Piping System

EKR

Residues Removal System

EKT

Heating Medium System

EKY

Control and Protection System

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WATER SUPPLY AND DISPOSAL

GA

Raw Water Supply

GAA

Extraction, mechanical cleaning

GAC

Piping and Channel System

GAD

Town's Water Storage System

GAF

Town's Water Pumping System

GB

Treatment System (carbonate hardness removal) incl. cooling tower make-up


water treatment system

GBB

Filtering, mechanical cleaning system

GBD

Carbonate hardness removal

GBK

Piping system, temporary storage system, pump system for main fluid

GBL

Storage system outside fluid treatment system

GBN

Chemicals supply system

GBR

Flushing water and residues removal system

GBS

Sludge thickening system

GBY

Control and protection equipment

GC

Water Demineralization System

GCB

Filtering, mechanical cleaning system

GCC

Aeration, Gas Injection System

GCF

Ion Exchange

GCK

Piping system, temporary storage system, pump system for main fluid

GCN

Chemicals Supply System

GCP

Regeneration, flushing equipment

GCR

Flushing Water and Residues Removal System, incl. Neutralization

GCY

Control and Protection System

GH

Water Distribution Systems (not drinking water)

GHB

Service Water Distribution

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GHC

Distribution Systems after Treatment (demineralised water)

GHD

Raw water distribution

GK

Drinking Water Supply

GKB

Drinking Water generation and Storage System

GKC

Drinking Water distribution System

GM

Process Drainage System

GMA

Oily Effluent System

GMB

Non oily Effluent System

GMC

Sanitary Water Drains

GMD

Wash Water Discharge Gas Turbine

GME

Final Effluent Water Treatment Plant

GMF

Drains to Sink

GMK

Fuel Drains

GU

Rainwater collection and drainage systems

GUA

Rainwater collection and drainage systems incl. treatment

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CONVENTIONAL HEAT GENERATION

HA

Pressure System, Feedwater and steam sections

HAC

HP, IP, LP Economizer Systems

HAD

HP, IP, LP Evaporator and Drums Systems

HAH

HP, IP, LP Superheater Systems

HAN Pressure System Drainage and Venting Systems (including continuous and
intermittent blowdown tanks)
HAY

Control and Protection Equipment

HB

Support Structure, Enclosure, Steam Generator Interior

HBA

Frame, incl. Foundations

HBB

Enclosures

HBD

Platforms, Stairways

HBK

Steam Generator Interior

HN

Flue Gas Exhaust

HNA

Ducting System

HNE

Smoke Stack System (Chimney)

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STEAM AND WATER CYCLES

LA

Feedwater System

LAA

Storage, deaeration

LAB

Feedwater Piping System

LAC

Feedwater Pump System

LAE

HP Superheater Attemperator System

LAV

Lubricant Supply System

LB

Steam System

LBA

HP and LP Steam System

LBD

Extraction piping system

LBE

Back pressure piping system

LBH

Start Up Steam System, Shutdown Steam System

LBQ

Extraction steam piping system for HP feedwater heating

LBS

Extraction steam piping system for LP feedwater heating

LBW

Sealing steam system

LC

Condensate System

LCA

Main Condensate Piping System

LCB

Main Condensate Pump System

LCE

Condensate Attemperator System

LCM

Discharge, Drain Condensate System

LCP

Standby Condensate System, incl. Storage and Pump System

LCQ

Steam Generator Blowdown System

LCW

Sealing and Cooling Drains System

LCY

Control and Protection System

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LF

Common Installations for Steam, Water and Gas Cycles

LFN
Proportioning System for Feedwater, Condensate System, incl. proportioning in
Boiler and Turbine Area

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MAIN MACHINE SETS

MA

Steam Turbine Plant

MAA

HP Turbine

MAC

LP Turbine

MAD

Bearings

MAG

Condensing System

MAJ

Air Removal System

MAK

Transmission gear between prime mover and driven machine, incl. turning gear

MAL

Drains and Vents Systems

MAM

Leak off steam system

MAN

ST HP and Hot Reheat Bypass incl. Attemperator System

MAP

ST LP Bypass System

MAV

ST Lubrication and ST Generator Set Lube Oil Treatment Systems

MAW ST Gland Steam Sealing System


MAX

ST Control Fluid Skid for Governing & Protection

MB

Gas Turbine Plant

MBA

Turbine, compressor rotor with common casing

MBB

Turbine casing and rotor

MBC

Compressor casing and rotor

MBD

Bearings

MBE

Coolant system for gas turbine plant

MBH

Cooling and sealing gas system

MBJ

Start-up unit

MBK

Transmission gear between prime mover and driven machine, incl. turning gear,
barring gear

MBL

Intake air, cold gas system (open cycle)

MBM

Combustion chamber (gas heating, combustion)

MBN

Fuel supply system (liquid)

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MBP

Fuel supply system (gaseous)

MBQ

Ignition fuel supply system (if separate)

MBR

Exhaust gas system (open cycle)

MBS

Storage system

MBT

Motive gas generator unit, incl. combustion chamber

MBU

Additive system

MBV

Lubricant supply system

MBW

Sealing oil supply system

MBX

Non-electric control and protection equipment, incl. fluid supply


system

MBY

Electrical control and protection equipment

MBZ

Lubricant and control fluid treatment system

MJ
MJA

Black-start generator

MJB

Diesel generator

MK

Generator Plant

MKA

Generator, complete, incl. stator, rotor and all integral cooling equipment

MKC

Exciter system

MKD

Generator bearing system

MKF

Stator/rotor liquid cooling system, incl. coolant supply system

MKJ

Stator/rotor air cooling system, incl. coolant supply system

MKW Sealing Fluid Supply System


MKX

Fluid Supply System for Control and Protection Equipment

MKY

Control and Protection Equipment

ML

Electro-Motive Plant

MLA

Motor Frame, Motor-Generator Frame

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COOLING WATER SYSTEMS

PA

Circulating (main cooling) Water System

PAB

Circulating (main cooling) Water Piping System

PAC

Circulating (main cooling) Water Pump System

PAD

Recirculating cooling system, outfall cooling system

PAE

Cooling tower pump system

PAH

Condenser cleaning system

PB

Circulating (main cooling) Water Treatment System

PBN

Chemicals Supply System

PC

Auxiliary Cooling water System

PCA

Extraction, mechanical cleaning for direct cooling

PCB

Piping system

PCC

Pump system

PCH

Heat exchanger cleaning system

PCY

Control and protection equipment

PG

Closed Cooling Water System

PGB

Closed Cooling Water System

PU

Common equipment for cooling water systems

PUE

Air removal system

PUN

Proportioning equipment

PUR

Corrosion protection for mechanical equipment

PUS

Biocide generation system

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AUXILIARY SYSTEMS

QC

Central Chemicals Supply

QCA

Desoxidizer Injection System

QCB

Neutralizer Injection System

QCC

Phosphate Injection System

QCD

Corrosion Inhibitor Injection System

QCE

Others Quimicals Injection System

QE

Compressed air System

QEB

Compressed air distribution system

QF

General control (Instrument) Air Supply

QFA

Central control air generation system

QFB

Central control air distribution system

QFC

Central control air distribution (for supplier)

QFD

Central control air distribution (for supplier)

QFE

Central control air distribution (for supplier)

QJ

Central Gas Supply

QJB

Carbon Dioxide Storage and Distribution System

QJD

Nitrogen Gas Storage and Distribution System

QU

Sampling Systems

QUA

for feedwater systems (*LA*)

QUB

for steam systems (*LB*)

QUC

for condensate systems (*LC*)

QUE

for heating and cooling medium systems (*SB*, *QK*)

QUG

for demineralized water systems (*GH*)

QUN

for district heating systems (*N*)

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QUP

for cooling water systems (*P*)

QUS

for HVAC systems (*SA*)

QUW

for liquid waste (*GM* and similar)

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ANCILLARY SYSTEMS

SA

Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning (HVAC) Systems for Conventional Area

SAA

Buildings Ventilation (Electrical Building, Turbine Hall, Auxiliary Buildings)

SAK

Buildings Air Conditioning

SAM

Turbine Hall Ventilation

SAU

Buildings Heating

SG

Stationary Fire Protection Systems

SGA

Fire Water System

SGC

Spray Deluge Systems

SGE

Sprinkler systems

SGF

Foam fire-fighting systems

SGG

Tank roof, tank shell cooling systems

SGJ

CO2 fire-fighting systems

SGL

Powder fire-fighting systems

SGM

Inergen fire-fighting systems

SGX

Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment

SGY

Control and protection equipment

SM

Cranes, stationary hoists and conveying appliances

SMA

Central equipment

SMC-SMU

Cranes etc. assigned to structures

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STRUCTURES

UM

Structures for main machine sets

UMA

Steam turbine building

UMB

Gas turbine building

UMC

Gas and steam turbine building

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ANNEX B
EQUIPMENT UNIT CODE LETTER
(Breakdown level 2)

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MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT

AA

Valves, dampers, etc. including actuators

AB

Isolating elements, air locks

AC

Heat exchangers, heating surfaces

AE

Rotating, travelling, lifting and slewing gears

AF

Continuous conveyor, feeders

AG

Generator units

AH

Heating, cooling and air conditioning units

AJ

Size-reduction equipment

AK

Compacting and packaging equipment

AM

Mixing, agitating units, vibrators

AN

Compressor units, fans

AP

Pump units

AS

Adjusting, tensioning equipment

AT

Cleaning, drying, filtering, separating equipment

AU

Braking, gearbox, coupling equipment, converters

AV

Combustion equipment

AW

Stationary tooling, treatment equipment

AX

Test and monitoring equipment

AZ

Other Units

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MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT

BB

Vessels, tanks, storage equipment

BE

Shafts

BF

Foundations

BN

Injectors, ejectors

BP

Flow restrictors, limiters, orifices

BQ

Hanger, supports, racks, piping penetrations

BR

Piping, ducts, channels

BS

Silencers

BT

Catalyst

BU

Insulation, enclosures

BZ

Other Units

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MEASURING CIRCUITS

CA

pH

CC

Conductivity

CD

Density

CE

Electrical variables

CF

Flow, rate

CG

Distance, length, position, sense of rotation

CK

Time

CL

Level (also interfacial level)

CM

Humidity

CP

Pressure

CQ

Quality variables (analysis, medium properties) except CC, CD, CM, CV

CR

Radiation variables

CS

Velocity, speed, frequency (mechanical), acceleration

CT

Temperature

CU

Combined and other variables

CV

Viscosity

CW

Force due to weight, mass

CY

Vibration, expansion

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F
INDIRECT
MEASURING
SUPPRESSED, CALCULATED)

CIRCUITS

(GATED,

CORRECTED,

FC

Conductivity

FD

Density

FE

Electrical variables

FF

Flow, rate

FG

Distance, length, position, sense of rotation

FJ

Power (mechanical, thermal)

FK

Time

FL

Level (also interfacial level)

FM

Humidity

FP

Pressure

FQ

Quality variables (analysis, medium properties) except FC, FD, FM, FV

FR

Radiation variables

FS

Velocity, speed, frequency (mechanical), acceleration

FT

Temperature

FU

Combined and other variables

FV

Viscosity

FW

Force due to weight, mass

FY

Vibration, expansion

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ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

GA

Junction box for analog measured data

GB

Junction box for binary signals

GC

Junction box analog safety I&C (SIL) measured data

GD

Junction box for power cables 1 kV

GE

Junction box for power cables < 1 kV

GF

Junction boxes for operational I&C (BELT) measured data

GG

Junction box for thermocouples

GH

Interior components identified according to process (e.g.: cabinets, cubicles, boxes)


of the electric, I&C system

GK

Information display and operator control equipment for process computer and
automation systems

GL

Junction box for solenoid valves

GM

Junction box for light-current systems of telecommunication

GN

Networking equipment (bus couplers and optic transceivers, etc.)

GO

Junction Boxes for Fire&Gas signals

GP

Junction box for lighting

GQ

Power socket outlets

GR

Direct current generating equipment (batteries)

GS

Switch gears (unless identified according to process)

GT

Transformer equipment

GU

Variable Frequency Drive

GV

Structure-related earthing and lightning protection equipment, surge arrestors

GW

Cabinet current supply equipment

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GX

Actuating equipment for electrical variables

GY

Junction box for light-current systems (not telecommunication)

GZ
Measuring instrument racks, supports, supporting structures, racks for electric, I&C
equipment

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SUBASSEMBLIES OF MAIN AND HEAVY MACHINES

HA

Machine stationary assembly

HB

Machine rotating assembly

HD

Bearing assembly

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ANNEX C
EQUIPMENT UNIT CODE LETTERS
(Breakdown Level 3)

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Instrumentation and control components, not electrical

QA

Enclosures ( for I&C component protection only )

QB

Sensors if not structurally integral with"QP" metering orifices

QH

Signalling device

QN

Controllers, flybold 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

Electrical components

-A

Assemblies and subassemblies (printed circuit boards)

-B

Transducers for non-electrical to electrical variables and vice versa

-C

Capacitors

-D

Binary elements, delay devices, memory devices

-E

Special components (generator protection, relays, MV SWGR, protection, MCB for


aux. circuits)

-F

Protective devices

-G

Generators, power supplies

-H

Signalling devices

-K

Relays, contactors

-L

Inductors

-M

Motors

-N

Amplifiers, controllers

-P

Measuring instruments, testing equipment

-Q

Power switchgear

-R

Resistors

-S

Switches, selectors

-T

Transformers

-U

Modulators, converters from electrical to other electrical variables

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-V

Tubes, semiconductors

-W

Transmission paths, waveguides, aerials

-X

Terminals, plugs, sockets

-Y

Electrical positioners, solenoids(not motors)

-Z

Terminations, balancing equipment, filters, limiters, cable terminations, equalisers,


hybrid transformers

Signal origins

XA

Functional group control / subloop control

XB

Control interface

XC

Closed-loop control

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.dedicated I&C, black boxes)

XK

Equipment unit / component protection

XL

Control room and control stations not assigned to particular controls (e.g. control
interface tiles)

XM

Superior alarm signals from electrotechnical and I&C areas

XN

Status display computer / criteria indicator

XP

Operation and monitoring level

XQ

Analog signals

XS

Functional group control step signals

XT

Turbine generator I&C , binary signals

XV

Signal gating (protective logic, alarm logic...)

XW

Hardwired alarm annunciation system

Signal applications

YA

Functional group control / subloop control

YB

Control interface

YC

Closed-loop control

YG

Binary process signals conditioned by binary signal conditioning modules

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YH

Binary limit signals derived from analog process signals

YJ

Signals from non-standard areas (e.g.dedicated I&C, black boxes)

YK

Equipment unit / component protection

YL

Control room and control stations not assigned to particular controls (e.g. control
interface tiles)

YM

Superior alarm signals from electrotechnical and I&C areas

YN

Status display computer / criteria indicator

YP

Operation and monitoring level

YQ

Analog signals

YS

Functional group control step signals

YT

Turbine generator I&C , binary signals

YV

Signal gating (protective logic, alarm logic...)

YW

Hardwired alarm annunciation system

Signal combination

ZJ

Output for non-standard areas (e.g.dedicated I&C, black boxes)

ZV

Signal gating (protective logic, alarm logic...)

ZQ

Analog Output Signals

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ANNEX D
COUNTING RANGES FOR PIPING

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Determination of the Data Position AN at Breakdown Level 2 for Piping

Counting Range
Type of Pipe
From To
001 190

Main Pipes

191 199

Suction and Pressure Relief on Safety Valves

201 299

Element (valves, etc) and bypass lines

301 399

Pressure Lines for Measurement

401 499

Drain Pipes

501 599

Vent Pipes

601 699

Pipes for Extraction Points (For Sample Tests) & for


Metering Equipment

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ANNEX E
COUNTING RANGES FOR VALVES

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Determination of the Data Position AN at Breakdown Level 2 for Valve Types

Counting Range
Type of Valve
From To
001 - 100

Isolating and check valves (manual)

101 - 189

Control Valves (on-off and modulating


actuators)

191 - 199

Safety Valves

301 - 399

Isolating Valves for Instruments

401 - 499

Valves in Drains

501 - 599

Valves in Vents

601 - 699

Valves for Sampling & Chemical Injection

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ANNEX F
COUNTING RANGES FOR MEASUREMENT POINTS

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Determination of the Data Position AN at Breakdown Level 2 for Measurement Points

Counting
Range

Instruments

From To
001 080

Measuring Instruments with Analog Output Signal


(Except for Control Valve Position)

081 099

Measuring Instruments with Binary Output Signal

100 - 199

Measuring Instruments with Analog Output Signal for


Control Valve Positions

201 - 280

Redundant transmitters

281-299

Redundant switches

301 - 399

Not Assigned

401 - 499

Test Connections (No Instruments)

501 - 599

Local Indicators (Ex. Pressure Gauges, Thermometers,


Sight Glasses)

601 - 699

Not Assigned

701 - 799

Reserved

801 - 899

Reserved

901 - 999

Combined measurement (Addition, difference, 1v2, 2v3,


average)

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ANNEX F
ISA CODE LETTERS

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The ISA code will be according to the following:

ISA CODES

FIRST LETTER
Measured or initiated
variable

SUCCEEDING LETTERS

Modifier

Readout or
Passive Function

Analysis

Alarm

Burner

Users Choice

Electric Conductivity

Densiy

Voltage

Flow Rate

View / Position

Viewing device

Hand, manual

Hand

Electrical Current

Indicate

Power

Scan

Time, Time Schedule

Time Rate of
Change

Level

Humidity

Users Choice

Users Choice

Users Choice

Orifice, Restriction

Pressure, Vacuum

Point (Test)
Connection

Quantity

Output
Function

Modifier

Users Choice

Users Choice

Control

Close

Differential
Primary Element
Ratio (Fraction)

Ratio

High

Control Station

Light
Momentary

Integrate, Totalize

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Control Station

Intermediate

Users Choice

Users Choice

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FIRST LETTER
Measured or initiated
variable

SUCCEEDING LETTERS

Modifier

Readout or
Passive Function

Output
Function

Remote

Speed, Frequency

Temperature

Multivariable

Vibration

Weight, Force

Phase

X Axis

State

Y Axis

Relay, Compute

Position, Dimension

Z Axis

Unclassified
Control Element

Modifier

Record
Safety

Switch
Transmit
Multifunction

Multifunction

Multifunction

Valve, Damper,
Louver
Well
Unclassified

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Unclassified

Unclassified

Protection

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ANNEX G
INTERFACE COORDINATION MATRIX

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KKS
CODE
GRIDS AND DISTRIBUTION
SYSTEMS (*)

SENE
R

SUPPLIE
R

(*) if applicable

220 kV Systems

AD

Main measure transformers

ADT

6099

1059

Lightning protection

ADW

6099

1059

Grounding grid and catodic protection

AR

Indoor grounding grid

ARI

6099

1059

Outdoor grounding grid

ARE

6099

1059

Catodic protection

ARP

6099

1059

POWER TRANSMISSION AND


AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLY (*)

(*) if applicable

Medium voltage distribution boards and


transformers, Normal system
6 or 10 kV Switch Gear

BB
BBA

Low voltage main distribution boards and


transformers, Normal system

6099

1059

BF

Low voltage main distribution boards

BFA

6099

1059

Low voltage main distribution transformers

BFT

6099

1059

Low voltage main subdistribution boards


and transformers, Normal system

BJ
6099

1059

6099

1059

MCC

BJA

Low voltage subdistribution board and


transformers

BL

0.40 kV subdistribution board

BLA

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KKS
CODE
Low voltage distribution boards and
transformers, (diesel) emergency power
system 1

BM

Low voltage emergency distribution boards

BMA

Low voltage distribution boards,


Uninterruptible (converter) power supply

BR

SENE
R

SUPPLIE
R

6099

1059

UPS distribution board

BRA

6099

1059

UPS inverter

BRU

6099

1059

Isolation transformer

BRT

6099

1059

Battery systems

BT

DC System Batteries 125 VDC

BTA

6099

1059

DC System Batteries 250 VDC

BTB

6099

1059

Battery charger 125 VDC

BTL

6099

1059

Battery charger 250 VDC

BTM

6099

1059

ALL

CONVENTIONAL FUEL SUPPLY AND


RESIDUES DISPOSAL

Notes

Supply of liquid fuel

EG

Residues removal system

EGR

Supply of Gaseous Fuel

EK

Receiving equipment including pipeline

EKA

ALL

Heating System

EKC

ALL

Reducing Station

EKD

ALL
ALL

EKE

Mechanical Cleaning and Scrubbing

10EKE: common line for both


GT
11EKE: for GT1

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KKS
CODE

SENE
R

SUPPLIE
R

Notes
12EKE for GT2

Piping System

EKG

ALL

Residues removal system

EKR

1059

6099

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CODE
WATER SUPPLY AND DISPOSAL

SENE
R

SUPPLIE
R

Notes

Treatment System

GB

Filtering, mechanical cleaning system

GBB

ALL

Carbonate hardness removal

GBD

ALL

Piping, temporary storage and pump system


for main fluid

GBK

ALL

Storage system outside fluid treatment

GBL

ALL

Chemical supply system

GBN

1059

6099

Flushing water and residues removal system

GBR

ALL

Sludge thickening system

GBS

ALL

Water demineralisation System

GC

Filtering, mechanical cleaning system

GCB

ALL

(*) if applicable

Aeration, Gas injection system

GCC

ALL

(*) if applicable

Ion Exchange

GCF

ALL

Piping system, temporary storage system,


pump system for main fluid

GCK

ALL

Chemicals Supply System

GCN

ALL

Regeneration, flushing equipment

GCP

ALL

Flushing Water and Residues Removal


System, incl. Neutralization

GCR

ALL

Drinking (Potable) water

GK

Drinking water generation system

GKB

ALL

GME

8099

1079

Process Drainage System


Final Effluent water treatment Plant

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CODE
CONVENTIONAL HEAT
GENERATION

SENE
R

SUPPLIE
R

Notes

Pressure system, feedwater and steam


sections (HRSG)

HA

HP, IP,LP Economizer System

HAC

ALL

HP, IP,LP Evaporator and drum systems

HAD

ALL

HP, IP,LP superheater system

HAH

ALL

Pressure system drainage and venting system


(including blowdown tanks)

HAN

ALL

STEAM AND WATER CYCLES

Feedwater system

LA

Storage, deareation

LAA

ALL

Feedwater piping system

LAB

1059

1059

HP Superheater attemperator system

LAE

ALL

Steam System

LB

HP Steam System

LBA

1029

3049

Steam Turbine Supplier

LP Steam System

LBA

5069

7099

Steam Turbine Supplier

Start Up Steam System, Shutdown Steam


System

LBH

ALL

Auxiliary steam System

LBW

ALL

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CODE
Condensate System

SENE
R

SUPPLIE
R

ALL

Notes

LC

Main Condensate Piping System

LCA

Condensate attemperator system

LCE

MAIN MACHINE SETS

7999

(For steam turbine supplier)

Steam Turbine Plant

MA

Air Removal System

MAJ

1059

5999

Drains and Vents Systems

MAL

6199

1060

ALL

COOLING WATER SYSTEMS

For steam turbine supplier

Circulating (main cooling) Water System

PA

Circulating Water treatment system

PB

Chemicals supply system


Hardness stabilizer

PBN

5059

1019

Sulphuric acid dosing

PBN

6079

2029

Biodispersant (Biological fouling


inhibitor)

PBN

8089

3039

Biocide (Hypochlorite)

PBN

9099

Closed Cooling Water System

PG

1089

4049

9099

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CODE
AUXILIARY SYSTEMS

Central chemical supply

QC

SENE
R

SUPPLIE
R

Deoxidizer injection system

QCA

5999

1059

Neutralizer injection system

QCB

5999

1059

Phosphate injection system

QCC

5999

1059

Corrosion inhibitor injection system

QCD

5999

1059

Notes

Central control air supply

QF

Central control air distribution system

QFC

ALL

For Steam Turbine supplier

Central control air distribution system

QFD

ALL

For HRSG supplier

Central control air distribution system

QFE

ALL

For Gas Turbine supplier

Central control air distribution system

QFF

ALL

For Water Treatment Plant


supplier

Central control air distribution system

QFG

ALL

For Effluent Treatment Plant


supplier

Central control air distribution system

QFH

ALL

For Chemical dosing system


supplier

Central control air distribution system

QFI

ALL

For sampling system supplier

Central control air distribution system

QFJ

ALL

For Bypass system supplier

Sampling System

QU

Feedwater system (LA)

QUA

1029

2999

Steam system (LB)

QUB

1029

2999

Condensate system (LC)

QUC

1029

2999

Demineralized water system (GH)

QUG

1029

2999

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CODE

SENE
R

SUPPLIE
R

Cooling water system (P)

QUP

1029

2999

Liquid waste system (GM)

QUW

1029

2999

ANCILLARY SYSTEMS

Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning


(HVAC) Systems for Conventional Area

SA

Buldings Ventilation (Electrical Bulding,


Turbine Hall, Auxiliary Buildings)

SAA

1059

6099

Buildings Air Conditining

SAK

1059

6099

Buildings Heating

SAU

1059

6099

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