Superordinate to the piping and instrumentation diagram is the process flow diagram PFD which indicates the more general flow of plant processes and the relationship between major equipment of a plant facility. During the design stage, the diagram also provides the basis for the development of system control schemes, allowing for further safety and operational investigations, such as a Hazard and operability study HAZOP. To do this, it is critical to demonstrate the physical sequence of equipment and systems, as well as how these systems connect. Modifications are red-penned onto the diagrams and are vital records of the current plant design. The identifications consist of up to 5 letters.
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Instrument installation hook up drawing
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Hook up drawing provides a detailed description of the installation of the instruments in the correct way, from the tapping point in the process line up to the sensing instrument. The Hook-up drawing indicates the slopes of the tube, the position of the instrument in reference to the point of tapping of the process, the breakage of the reach between the instrument and the pipe. It also provides information on the requirement of bulk material for each installation. Pneumatic Hook-up: This hook-up drawing contains typical installations for instruments that require air for instruments, such as the control valve.