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Some Important Piping Codes and Standards

Piping codes and standards are the main pillars of any piping industry. As, the integrity of the piping system depends upon the considerations and principles used for designing, construction, inspection, and maintenance of the system.


Miter Bend Calculations For Fabrication Purpose

Miter Bend or Miter Elbow plays an important role in the piping or pipeline engineering field. Because standard Fittings (Elbow) are not easily available and economical for the large pipe sizes.


Pipe Welding Positions: 1G, 2G, 5G, and 6G

Pipe Welding Positions are referred to as the combination of the different positions of the welder and the job or specimen. Pipe welds are made under many different requirements and in different welding situations as per the job nature.


How to Decide Flange Rating for Piping System?

The flange rating or class refers to the maximum pressure that a flange withstands at the increasing temperatures. Flanges with a higher rating are stronger than the flanges with a lower rating.


Pipe Rack Design and Calculations

A Pipe rack is a structure designed and installed specifically to support multiple pipes, where an adequate building or structure is not available (mainly outside the building).


Hydrotest Procedure for Piping system

Hydrotest, also known as Hydrostatic test is a vital procedure in both construction and maintenance of the piping system. Before the new piping system runs into operation, it is necessary to make sure that, they are correctly commissioned, and are ready to use.


PDMS Commands: Piping, Equip, Structure & Draft

PDMS Commands are very helpful to increase the productivity at the workplace. PDMS is a 3D modeling software developed by AVEVA, used for modeling the piping system, equipment, and civil structures of the plant.


Olets Fittings: A Complete Guide

Olets Fittings are also known as (Self Reinforced Forged Fittings, Outlet Fittings, and Branch Connection Fittings). Olets fittings provide a branch connection between the header or run pipe and to the branch or outlet pipe.


A Presentation on Pipe Insulation

Piping Insulation is a protective layer placed on the outsides of the piping system. It provides a barrier between the flowing fluid of a pipe and the outside environment.