Re: [PipingDesign] Threaded Connections for Instruments

From: <bruce.r.raymond@fluor.com>
Date: Wed Jan 30 2008 - 05:19:00 EST

Amjad - Normally a reference to threaded connections for instrumentation in a piping spec is in reference to pressure sensing instruments ( including flow instruments) - which ape provided with male npt connections. The piping system will include a "root valve" which will have a connection per piping spec ( socket welded for example) on one side & a female threaded connection on the other side where direct mounting of a threaded instrument or the installation of a threaded tubing adaptor which will connect to a remote mounted instrument is possible. Take a look at your instrumentation department's standard installation details - normally a reference is made to differentiate between the piping & instrumentation disciplines -
Is this your case?
Bruce R. Raymond
Senior Design Supervisor
Fluor



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