Re: [PipingDesign] Difference in No-pocket & No trap terms

From: <Sajit>
Date: Wed Jul 20 2005 - 09:54:00 EDT

a pocket is a high point between 2 low points, a trap is the opposite.

Sajit
--- abdul aziz vayani <azizvay72@yahoo.com> wrote:



Greeting everyone

During the development of refrigeration piping layout, It is observed that some lines have a caution of "No-pocket" & some have "No trap" on P&IDs. Have same meaning of these two terms or Is there any difference in both terms. clarification is required in case of any difference.

Thanks in advance.



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