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Guidelines
KKS-Identification
System for Power
Stations
VGB-B 105 E
7th Edition 01/2010 (Index E)
Published by:
VGB PowerTech e.V.
Obtainable from:
VGB PowerTech Service GmbH
Verlag technisch-wissenschaftlicher Schriften
Postbox 10 39 32, 45039 Essen
Phone: +49 201 8128-200
Fax:
+49 201 8128-329
E-mail: mark@vgb.org
ISBN 978-3-86875-329-5
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Preface to the Guidelines, 7th Edition 2010
Since the latest publication of the KKS Guidelines and the key part in the year 2007 the
VGB-Working Panel “Reference Designation and Plant Documentation” dealt various
applications for amendments respectively specification of the KKS keys. The demand for
the applications resulted from new technologies for power plant process, especially for
technologies for CO2-separation und the use of renewable energy sources. In addition the
results of experiences in the project management were integrated.
Decision was made to implement the results as index “E”. Please see thereto the revision
sheet 7, status January 2010.
KKSRules
KKSGuidelines
B 105e
KKS-keys
- Function
- Equipment
unit
Equipment unit
and component
code reference
list
Compendium
Establishments
between the
parties involved
in the project“
- Component
Part A
General Application
Explanations
KKSApplication
Explanations
B 106e
Part B
Engineering disciplinespecific application
explanations
B1 Mechanical engineering
B2 Civil engineering
B3 Electrical engineering and
control and instrumentation
B4 Coding of process
control and instrumentation
DIN/KKS
Comparison
Part C
Engineering
discipline-specific
identification
examples
Part D
Type of Power Plant
specific KKSApplication
Explanations
(publication later)
D1 Hydro-Power
Plants
This edition corresponds to the German edition 01/2010, index “E”.
VGB thanks to the companies involved and the staff members assigned by these with the
work.
Suggestions and comments to the guidelines and the keys would be appreciated by the
VGB-office.
Essen, January 2010
ISBN 978-3-86875-329-5
Exclusion of Liability:
The VGB-Guidelines and VGB-Instruction sheets are recommendations which may be applicated by
everyone. The person using this guideline must however ensure the richt application for each case. They
consider the state of technological development at the time of the respective version. No one can be
exempted of responsibility for his own actions by using the VGB-Guidelines or VGB-Instruction sheets. This
means that everyone acts at his own risk. A liability for VGB PowerTech and for the persons involved in the
VGB-Guidelines or VGB-Instructions sheets is excluded.
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Preface to the Guidelines, 6th Edition 2007
Since the latest publication of the KKS Guidelines and the key part in 2003 the VGBWorking Panel “Reference Designation and Plant Documentation” dealt various
applications for amendments respectively specification of the KKS keys.
Decision was made to implement the results as index “d”.
As addition the existing Application Explanations have been amended by the part „KKSApplication Explanations for Hydro Power Plants (VGB-B 106 D1e)“.
This edition corresponds to the german edition 06/2007, index “d”.
VGB thanks to the companies involved and the staff members assigned by these with the
work.
Suggestions and comments to the guidelines and the keys would be appreciated by the
VGB- office.
Essen, August 2007
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Preface to the Guidelines, 5th Edition 2003
With the 5th edition 2003 the layout was adapted on the form used by “VGB PowerTech
Service GmbH” since the year 2000 and the text of the Guideline B 105 was converted to
standardized electronic formats.
The VGB Technical Committee “Technical Classification Systems” often specified in the
KKS Guidelines, became to the Working Panel “Reference Designation and Plant
Documentation” due to the structural changes of VGB in the last years.
This Working Panel treated various applications for amendments respectively
specifications of the KKS function and equipment unit keys since the publication of the last
revision 1995. The met resolutions are mentioned in index “c”, as at October 2003. By thus
the German and English editions of the KKS set of rules have the same contents and
edition conditions.
As addition the existing Application Explanations have been amended by the part „KKSApplication Explanations for Hydro Power Plants (VGB-B 106 D1)“.
VGB thanks to the companies involved and the co-workers assigned by these the work.
Suggestions and/or references to the Guidelines and keys receive the VGB-office gladly.
Essen, in January 2004
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Contents
1
Purpose and Fields of Application .................................................................... 8
1.1
Scope of KKS ....................................................................................................... 8
1.2
Requirements on KKS .......................................................................................... 8
1.3
Features of KKS ................................................................................................... 8
2
Format of Code.................................................................................................. 10
2.1
Types of Code and Breakdown Levels ............................................................... 10
2.2
Prefix Symbols and Breakdown Symbols for Types of Code .............................. 11
2.3
Format of Breakdown Levels .............................................................................. 11
2.3.1
Classifying Code Elements.................................................................................. 12
2.3.2
Numbering Code Elements ................................................................................. 13
3
Contents of Data Characters ............................................................................ 14
3.0
Total Plant........................................................................................................... 14
3.1
Process-Related Identification ............................................................................ 15
3.1.1
System Code....................................................................................................... 16
3.1.2
Equipment Unit Code .......................................................................................... 18
3.1.3
Component Code ................................................................................................ 19
3.2
Point of Installation Identification ........................................................................ 21
3.2.1
Installation Unit Code .......................................................................................... 22
3.2.2
Installation Location Code ................................................................................... 23
3.3
Identification of Location ..................................................................................... 24
3.3.1
Structure Code .................................................................................................... 25
3.3.2
Room Code ......................................................................................................... 26
3.3.2.1
Room Identification by Numbering ………………………………………. ………..26
3.3.2.2
Room Identification by Field Raster ……………………………………
4
Notation of Codes ............................................................................................. 29
5
Special Rules ..................................................................................................... 30
5.1
Rules to the Keys................................................................................................ 30
5.2
System Codes for Heavy Machinery................................................................... 31
5.3
Assignment of System Codes to Mechanical Equipment and Measuring
Circuits................................................................................................................ 31
5.4
Special Rules for Mechanical Engineering.......................................................... 31
5.4.1
Valves ................................................................................................................. 31
5.4.2
Supports .............................................................................................................. 32
5.4.3
Supply Systems................................................................................................... 32
………..27
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5.5
Special Rules for Civil Engineering..................................................................... 33
5.6
Special Rules for Electrical, Control and Instrumentation Engineering............... 33
5.6.1
Shared Equipment for Electrical, Control and Instrumentation Engineering........ 33
5.6.2
Electrical Equipment ........................................................................................... 34
5.6.3
Control and Instrumentation Equipment.............................................................. 34
5.6.3.1
Measuring Circuits ………………………………………………… ………………..33
5.6.3.2
Closed-Loop Control Circuits ……………………………………. ………………..35
5.6.3.3
Signals and Signal Application …………………………………… ………………..35
6
Appendix: Compendium of "Establishments between the Parties to the
Project" to be made on a Project-Specific Basis ........................................... 37
7
Appendix: Revision sheet
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1
Purpose and Fields of Application
1.1
Scope of KKS
The Identification System for Power Stations "KKS" serves to identify plants, sections of
plants and items of equipment in any type of power station according to task, type and location. It is to be used by all engineering disciplines for planning, licensing, construction,
operation and maintenance.
The KKS, or sections thereof, can be combined with other identification systems in order to
meet additional identification requirements.
One particular combination is that with the redundancy code. Redundancy codes result
from the need to identify redundancy groups. Redundancy groups are defined in KTA 3501
as combinations of items of equipment in a particular arrangement intended to ensure the
independence of redundant items of equipment. The items of equipment within a given
redundancy group are identified in keeping with the format for the total plant in accordance
with the KKS Guidelines. Referencing of redundancy groups is performed outside the
scope of the KKS code with the aid of a separate redundancy code. This is not covered by
these guidelines.
1.2
Requirements on KKS
The following requirements are considered:
-
Uniform identification for all types of power station and any connected processes
-
Sufficient capacity and detail for identification of all systems, components and structures
-
Sufficient capacity for extension to accommodate new technologies
-
Consistent identification for planning, licensing, construction, operation, maintenance and waste management
-
Interdisciplinary applicability to mechanical engineering, civil engineering, electrical
engineering and control and instrumentation combined with ability to identify according to process functions, points of installation and locations
-
Consideration of national and international standards
-
Non-language-based coding to ensure international usability
-
Application in computer processing
1.3
Features of KKS
To fulfil the above-mentioned requirements, KKS has the following features:
-
Hierarchically structured format with 4 breakdown levels and fixed alphanumeric
data characters
-
Separate identification methods with engineering discipline-specific rules by means
of a uniform code format for the three types of identification
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- Process-related identification
- Point of installation identification
- Location identification
In relation to the identification of plants, systems and items of equipment KKS considers
the following standards:
Content
DIN
Format of alphanumeric
codes, breakdown symbols
and electrical component
code
40719 Part 2
Edition
June 1978
Control and
instrumentation equipment,
measuring circuits
19227 Part 1
Edition
October 1993
IEC
ISO
Publication
750, 1983
Publication
3511-1
1977
DIN = Deutsche Industrie-Norm (German Industrial Standard)
IEC = International Electrotechnical Commission
ISO = International Organisation for Standardisation
The KKS Guidelines do not contain rules on:
-
Combination of the code with other identification systems
-
Methods of marking, e.g. in control rooms, local control stations, labelling of components and identification in and of documents
-
Open text abbreviations
-
Identification of redundancies.
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2
Format of Code
2.1
Types of Code and Breakdown Levels
In consideration of the various requirements placed on the identification of plants, sections
of plants and items of equipment in power stations, KKS has three different types of code:
-
Process-related code
Process-related identification of systems and items of equipment according to their functions in mechanical, civil, electrical and control and instrumentation engineering
-
Point of installation code
Identification of points of installation of electrical and control and instrumentation devices in
installation units (e.g. in cabinets, panels, consoles)
-
Location code
Identification of locations in structures, on floors and in rooms and also of fire areas and
topographical stipulations (surface area grid)
These three types of code use the same identification scheme, which is subdivided into
max. four breakdown levels.
The titles of the breakdown levels of the three types of code will be as follows:
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
3
Process-related
identification
Total plant
System code
Equipment
unit code
Component
code
Point of
installation
identification
Total plant
Installation unit
code
Installation
space code
Location
identification
Total plant
Structure code
Room code
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2.2
Prefix Symbols and Breakdown Symbols for Types of Code
The types of code are distinguished in accordance with DIN 40719, Part 2, by means of
prefix and breakdown symbols.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
3
Equipment
unit code
Component
code
Process-related
identification
=
Total plant
System code
Point of installation
identification
+
Total plant
Installation
unit code
Location
identification
+
Total plant
Structure
code
Prefix symbol
Installation
 space code
Room code
Breakdown symbol
The "full stop" breakdown symbol for point of installation identification must always be
written. The prefix symbols may be omitted if the information contents of the codes remain
unambiguous.
2.3
Format of Breakdown Levels
The code consists of breakdown levels. The individual breakdown levels are differently
formatted. They consist of classifying and numbering code elements. The latter consist of
data characters occupied by alpha characters and numeric symbols.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
Designation of
data character
G
Type of data
character
A oder N
1
2
F0 F1 F2 F3
N
A
A
A
FN
N N
A1 A2
A
A
AN
3
A3
N N N A
B1 B2
A
A
BN
N N
A = Alpha characters (Roman letters except I and O, and special symbols)
N = Numerical characters (Arabic numerals)
Within the breakdown levels and within the code groups the data characters places from
the left to the right smaller becoming units.
Read from left to right no data characters may be omitted. Special guidelines apply to data
characters G, F0 and A3.
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2.3.1 Classifying Code Elements
The alpha code elements F1 , F2 , F3 , A1 , A2 and B1 , B2 have a classifying function.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
Designation of
data character
G
Type of data
character
A oder N
1
2
F0 F1 F2 F3
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
AN
A1 A2
A
A
3
A3
N N N A
B1 B2
A
A
BN
N
N
Maingroups F1
Groups F2
Subgroups F3
Maingroups A1
Subgroups A2
Maingroups B1
Subgroups B2
The classifying coding letters and designations are project-independently in the KKS keys
as follows:
-
Function key, for F1 / F1 F2 / F1 F2 F3 on breakdown level 1
-
Equipment unit key, for A1 / A1 A2 on breakdown level 2
-
Component key, for B1 / B1 B2 on breakdown level 3
The plain text designation of the key may be modified on a project-specific basis but only
provided that no content changes take place. Modifications must be taken by the parties
involved to the project.
"Blocked" coding letters are reserved for future technologies and new engineering
systems. They may only be allocated and released by the VGB Working Panel Reference
and Designation of Power Plants.
The letters of the alphabet are divided up between the main groups A1 and B1 . For this
reason certain letters may not be used within each group.
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2.3.2 Numbering Code Elements
The code elements G, F0 , FN , AN , A3 and BN have a numbering function.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
Designation of
data character
G
Type of data
character
A oder N
1
2
F0 F1 F2 F3
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1 A2
A
A
3
AN
N
A3
N N A
B1 B2
A
A
BN
N
N
These numbering code elements are subject to agreement between the project parties and
are project-independently regarding the numbering systems and the direction of numbering. However, the following principles apply:
-
As a rule numbering starts anew when one of the preceding code elements
changes.
-
Numbering may be consecutive or grouping.
-
Numbering need not 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. Exceptions are fixed in the following one.
-
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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3
Contents of Data Characters
3.0
Total Plant
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
Designation of
data character
G
Type of data
character
(A oder N)
1
2
F0 F1 F2 F3
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1 A2
A
A
3
AN
N
A3
N N A
B1 B2
A
A
BN
N
N
Total Plant
In the breakdown level 0
-
Power station units
-
Non-unit-specific plants
-
Extensions
are marked within location of a power station. The breakdown level 0 is relative for the
three types of code and must be fixed in the case of application of the project-taken parts
with respect to:
-
Contents
-
Type of data character (A or N)
-
Direction of numbering
For the direction of numbering (or lettering) project-dependent local characteristics are
determining. The definition of numbering direction in the breakdown level 0 should take
place together with the numbering direction in the prefix of breakdown level 1 (see also
there).
Breakdown level 0 may be omitted if the remaining characteristic remains clear. This has
to be specified between the project parties.
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3.1
Process-Related Identification
Process-related identification of systems and items of equipment according to their functions in mechanical, civil, electrical and control and instrumentation engineering
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
3
Titel of
breakdown level
Total plant
System code
Equipment unit code
Component
code
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
G
=
(A oder N)
F0 F1 F2 F3
(N) A
A
A
FN
N N
A1 A2
A
A
AN
A3
N N N (A)
B1 B2
A
A
BN
N N
Prefix symbol
for process -related code
Prefix number for system code
Numbering of similar systems and plants
within the parts of the power plant
designated in breakdown level 0
System classification
Classification of systems and plants as per
KKS Key
System numbering
Numbering subdivision of systems and plants in system
sections, subsystems and/or units
Equipment unit classification
Classification of mechanical equipment, electrical, control and
instrumentation equipment as per KKS Key
Equipment unit numbering
Numbering of mechanical equipment, electrical, control and
instrumentation equipment
Additional code
for the equipment unit code
Component classification
Classification of components, signals or signal applications as per KKS Key
Component numbering
Numbering of components, signals or signal applications
The data characters in parentheses () can be omitted if the code remains clear. This has to
be specified between the project parties.
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3.1.1 System Code
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
3
Titel of
breakdown level
Total plant
System code
Equipment unit code
Component
code
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
G
=
A oder N
F0 F1 F2 F3
N
A
A
A
FN
N N
A1 A2
A
A
AN
A3
N N N A
B1 B2
A
A
BN
N
N
Prefix number for system code
Numbering similar systems and plants referring to F1 - F3
Within the parts designated for the power plants identified in breakdown level 0 the prefix
number applies only to the system or the plant which is classified in the following alpha
positions. The prefix number does not replace the numbering in FN or the identification in
breakdown level 0. Details of application are to be specified between the project parties
particular regarding standard identifications.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
3
Titel of
breakdown level
Total plant
System code
Equipment unit code
Component
code
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
G
=
A oder N
F0 F1 F2 F3
N
A
A
A
FN
N N
A1 A2
A
A
AN
A3
N N N A
B1 B2
A
A
BN
N N
System classification
Classification of systems and plants as per KKS Key
Coding letters and designations of the main groups F1 from the Function Key:
A
Grid and distribution system
B
Power transmission and and auxillary power supply
C
Instrumentation and control equipment
D
Instrumentation and control equipment (only for use when the function keys CM to
CT are insufficient for the identification)
E
Conventional fuel supply and residues disposal
F
Handling of nuclear equipment
G
Water supply and disposal
H
Conventional heat generation
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J
Nuclear heat generation
K
Nuclear auxiliary system
L
Water, steam, gas cycle
M
Main machine set
N
Process energy supply for external users (e.g. district heating)
P
Cooling water system
Q
Auxiliary system
R
Gas generation and treatment
S
Ancillary system
T
blocked
U
Structure
V
blocked
W
System for regenerative-energies
X
Heavy machinery (not main machine set)
Y
blocked
Z
Workshop and office equipment
The subdivisions in F2 and F3 are given in the applicable Function Key.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
3
Titel of
breakdown level
Total plant
System code
Equipment unit code
Component
code
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
G
=
A oder N
F0 F1 F2 F3
N
A
A
A
FN
N N
A1 A2
A
A
AN
A3
N N N A
B1 B2
A
A
BN
N
N
System numbering
Numbering subdivision of systems and plants into subsystems and sections of plants
The numbering starts anew when one of the preceding code elements changes. The FN
code element has no general-applicable classifications. Redundant zeros must be written.
Details of application are to be specified between the project parties.
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3.1.2 Equipment Unit Code
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
3
Titel of
breakdown level
Total plant
System code
Equipment unit code
Component
code
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
G
=
A oder N
F0 F1 F2 F3
N
A
A
A
FN
N N
AN
A1 A2
A
A
A3
N N N A
B1 B2
A
A
BN
N
N
Equipment unit classification
Classification of mechanical equipment, electrical, control and instrumentation equipment
as per KKS Key
Coding letters and designations of the main groups A1 , as mentioned in the Equipment
Unit Key:
A
Equipment unit
B
Apparatus
C
Direct measuring circuit
D
Closed-loop control circuit
E
Analog and binary signal conditioning
F
Indirect measuring circuit
G
Electrical equipment
H
Subassembly of main and heavy machinery
J
Nuclear assembly
The subdivisions in A2 are given in the applicable Equipment Unit Key. Main group A1 = H
may only be used in connection with the main groups of the system code F1 = M "Main
machine set" and F1 = X "Heavy machinery".
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
3
Titel of
breakdown level
Total plant
System code
Equipment unit code
Component
code
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
G
=
A oder N
F0 F1 F2 F3
N
A
A
A
FN
N N
A1 A2
A
A
AN
A3
N N N A
B1 B2
A
A
BN
N N
Equipment unit numbering
Numbering of mechanical equipment, electrical, control and instrumentation equipment
Redundant zeros must be written.
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Details of application are to be specified between the project parties.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
3
Titel of
breakdown level
Total plant
System code
Equipment unit code
Component
code
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
G
=
A oder N
F0 F1 F2 F3
N
A
A
A
FN
N N
A1 A2
A
A
AN
A3
N N N (A)
B1 B2
A
A
BN
N N
Additional code
for the equipment unit code
The additional code is used for the numbering of:
-
Pilot valves and overpressure protection equipment
-
Electrotechnical multiple supplies
-
Measuring circuits which share one sensor
The additional code is not a replacement code for the components designated in breakdown level 3.
It may be omitted if the code remains clear.
Further applications are to be specified between the project parties.
3.1.3 Component Code
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
3
Titel of
breakdown level
Total plant
System code
Equipment unit code
Component
code
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
G
=
A oder N
F0 F1 F2 F3
N
A
A
A
FN
N N
A1 A2
A
A
AN
A3
N N N A
B1 B2
A
A
BN
N
N
Component Classification
Classification of components, signals or signal applications as per KKS Key
Coding letters and designations of main groups B1 for components from the Component
Key and for signals and signal applications:
-
Electrical component (to DIN 40719, Part 2)
K
Mechanical component
M
Mechanical component
Q
Instrumentation and control component (non-electrical)
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X
Origin signal
Y
Signal application
Z
Gated signal
Subdivisions in B2 for components are given in the applicable Component Key.
No generally valid rules have been established for subdivisions for "signals and signal
applications" since such subdivisions depend on the design of the control and instrumentation systems. The definition of the subgroups is to be specified of the project parties.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
3
Titel of
breakdown level
Total plant
System code
Equipment unit code
Component
code
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
G
=
A oder N
F0 F1 F2 F3
N
A
A
A
FN
N
N
A1 A2
A
A
AN
A3
N N N A
B1 B2
A
A
BN
N
N
Component numbering
Numbering of components, signals and signal applications
Redundant zeros must be written.
Details of application of the component code are to be specified between the project
parties.
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3.2
Point of Installation Identification
Identification of points of installation of electrical and control and instrumentation devices in
installation units (e.g. in cabinets, panels, consoles).
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
Titel of
breakdown level
Total plant
Installation unit code
Installation space code
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
G
+
(A oder N)
F0 F1 F2 F3
(N) A
A
FN
A1 A2
AN
A3
A N N  A (A) (N) (N) N (A)
Prefix symbol
for point of installation code
Prefix number
for installation unit code
Numbering of similar installation units
within the parts of the power plant
designated in breakdown level 0
Classification of installation unit
Classifying subdivision of installation units, e.g.
cubicles, consoles, cabinets, panels
Numbering of installation unit
Numbering subdivision of installation units
Breakdown symbol "full stop"
Designation of location code
Vertical subdivision (rows)
of installation spaces in installation units
Designation of location code
Horizontal subdivsion (columns)
of installation spaces in installation units
Additional code for
designation of location code
Designation of special installation locations of components or further subdivision of AN
The "full stop" breakdown symbol must always be written.
The data characters in parentheses () can be omitted if the code remains clear. This has to
be specified between the project parties.
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3.2.1 Installation Unit Code
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
Titel of
breakdown level
Total plant
Installation unit code
Installation space
code
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
G
+
A oder N
F0 F1 F2 F3
(N) A
A
A
FN
A1 A2
N N  A
AN
A3
A N N N A
Prefix number of installation
unit code
Numbering of similar installation units within the parts of the power plant designated in
breakdown level 0
The prefix number applies only to the installation units addressed in the subsequent alpha
characters. If it is not possible to classify all installation units in F3, the prefix number F0
may be used to supplement this classifying information. It does not replace the numbering
in FN and not the identification in breakdown level 0. Details of application are to be
specified between the project parties.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
Titel of
breakdown level
Total plant
Installation unit code
Installation space
code
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
G
+
A oder N
F0 F1 F2 F3
N
A
A
A
FN
A1 A2
N N  A
A
AN
A3
N N N A
Classification of installation
unit
Classifying subdivision of installation units, e.g. cubicles, consoles, cabinets, panels
Coding letters and designations of the main groups F1 from the Function Key:
A
Grid and distribution system
B
Power transmission and auxiliary power supply
C
Instrumentation and control equipment
D
Instrumentation and control equipment (only for use when function keys CM to CT
are insuffcient for the identification)
The subdivisions in F2 and F3 are given in the applicable Function Key.
Special engineering-discipline-specific rules apply to installation unit classification in
connection with other F1 main groups.
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Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
Titel of
breakdown level
Total plant
Installation unit code
Installation space
code
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
G
+
F0 F1 F2 F3
A oder N
N
A
A
A
FN
A1 A2
N N  A
A
AN
A3
N N N A
Numbering of installation unit
Numbering subdivision of installation units
The numbering starts anew when one of the preceding code elements changes.
Redundant zeros must be written.
Details of application are to be specified between the project parties.
3.2.2 Installation Location Code
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
Titel of
breakdown level
Total plant
Installation unit code
Installation space code
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
G
+
A oder N
F0 F1 F2 F3
N
A
A
FN
A1 A2
AN
A3
A N N  A (A) (N) (N) N (A)
Vertical subdivision (rows)
of installation locations in installation units
Horizontal subdivision (columns)
of installation location in installation units
Additional Code
Designation of special installation locations of components or further
subdivision of AN
The number of data code places depends on the necessary fine classificationl of the field
rasters. The code places in parentheses () can be omitted if the code remains clear.
Deviations in accordance with DIN 40719 Part 2 are allowed and must be specified
between the project parties.
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3.3
Identification of Location
The identification of locations in structures, floors, rooms as well as fire areas and
topographical definitions (surface area grid).
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
Titel of
breakdown level
Total plant
Structure code
Room code
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
G
+
(A oder N)
F0 F1 F2 F3
(N) A
A
A
FN
N N
A1 A2
AN
A3
(A) (A) (N) N N (A)
Prefix symbol
for the location code
Prefix number
for structure code
Numbering of similar structures within
the parts of the power plants identified in
breakdown level 0
Classification Structure
Classifying subdivision of structures (open area as
well)
Numbering of floors
Numbering subdivision of structures into floors,
storeys, platforms, elevations, etc.
Classification of Rooms
Identification of rooms and fire areas
Room numbering
- Numbering of rooms and fire areas in each floor
(number code) or
- Designation of grid squares in each floor (field raster)
Additional code
for subdivision of room number
The data characters in parentheses () can be omitted if the code remains clear. This must
be specified between the project parties.
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3.3.1 Structure Code
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
Titel of
breakdown level
Total plant
Structure code
Room code
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
G
+
A oder N
F0 F1 F2 F3
(N) A
A
A
FN
N N
A1 A2
A
A
AN
A3
N N N A
Prefix numer for structur code
Numbering of similar structures within the parts of power plant identified in breakdown
level 0
Each prefix number applies only to the structures classified under F1 specified between the
parties to the project.
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
Titel of
breakdown level
Total plant
Structure code
Room code
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
G
+
A oder N
F0 F1 F2 F3
N
A
A
A
FN
N N
A1 A2
A
A
AN
A3
N N N A
Classification Structure
Classifying subdivision of structures (open area as well)
Coding letters and designations for main groups F1 from the Function Key.
U
Structure
The subdivisions into F2 and F3 are to be taken out of the each valid Function Key.
No generally binding rules have been established for the subgroups F3 of groups UA and
UX. Definitive rules are to be specified between the project parties.
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Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
Titel of
breakdown level
Total plant
Structure code
Room code
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
G
+
A oder N
F0 F1 F2 F3
N
A
A
A
FN
N N
A1 A2
A
A
AN
A3
N N N A
Numbering of floors
Numbering subdivision of structures into floors, storeys, platforms, elevations etc.
Numbering begins anew for each structure. The direction of numbering is vertical from the
lowest floor upward. Details of application are to be specified between the project parties.
3.3.2 Room Code
The room code serves to identify physically separated and fictitious rooms in structures
and in the open area
Physically separated rooms in structures are usually identified in numbering, grid squares
in the open are by field raster.
Fictitious rooms in structures can be identified by numbering method with field raster.
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3.3.2.1 Room Identification by Numbering
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
Titel of
breakdown level
Total plant
Structure code
Room code
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
G
+
A oder N
F0 F1 F2 F3
N
A
A
A
FN
N N
A1 A2
(A)
AN
A3
(N) N N (A)
Classification of room
Identification of rooms and fire areas
Identification letters and designations for main group A1:
R
Room (can be omitted if code remains clear)
S
Fire area (must always be written)
A2
is not used when numbering room coding in numbering method
Numbering of Room
Numbering of rooms and fire areas in each floor
Chambers and rooms and over several floors going areas receive
the room numbering of the lowest floor in all floors. The 100er
place can be omitted if no structure of the entire plant knows more
than 99 rooms. If this does not apply, all room numbering codes of
the entire plant must be written uniformly with three data code
places in AN
Additional code
for subdivision of room number
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3.3.2.2 Room Identification by Field Raster
Serial no. of
breakdown level
0
1
2
Titel of
breakdown level
Total Plant
Structure
Code
RoomCode
Designation of
data character
Type of data
character
G
+
F0 F1 F2 F3
A oder N
N
A
A
A
FN
N N
A1 A2
A
AN
A3
A (N) N N (A)
Classification of Room
Data character A1 = R must always be written
Field raster on high value (alphanumeric)
The numeric data character can be omitted
Field raster on easting (numeric)
Additional code
for subdivision of grid
The grid squares are in their dimensions through on a scale suitable field rasters (see DIN
1356) to specified related to a in-measured origin (e.g. acc. Gauß-Krüger).
The grid sizes and the meaning and type of the data code places (A or N) must be
specified between the project parties.
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4
Notation of Codes
The codes can be written with and without spacing but however it must be represented in
such a way that misinterpretations are avoided. The allowable way of writings is fixed.
Their use for any intended purpose is to be specified between the project parties.
Spaced way of writing supports the detectability and memory quality of codes. It can be
spaced by blank codes as well as by more-cellular way of writing
"Small spacing"
Blank spaces or dividing lines between the breakdown levels for codes which do not have
visually to be seized within a time limit.
"Large spacing"
Blank spaces or dividing lines between the alpha part and the numeric parts within the
breakdown levels, if these are more than four data code places long, e.g. for codes in the
control room, where in relatively short time codes must be seized.
Small spacing
Large spacing
with blank spaces
A NAAANN AANNNA AANN
A NAAA NN AA NNA AANN
with dividing lines
A|NAAANN|AANNNA|AANN
A|NAAA|NN|AA|NNA|AANN
Multiple-line
A NAAANN
AANNNA
AANN
A NAAA NN
AA NNNA
AANN
If an identification code is written together with abbreviations within a text, the code designation must be enclosed in asterisks (*LAC*) to avoid confusion.
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5
Special Rules
5.1
Rules to the Keys
The KKS Key is divided into the following key parts:
-
Function Key
-
Equipment Unit Key
-
Component Key
Free spaces:
A number of coding letters in main groups F1 groups F2 and subgroups F3 have been
reserved, for example to allow inclusion of future technologies. In main groups A1 and B1,
as well as in some subgroups, some coding letters have also been reserved. All reserved
coding letters can only be allocated with the agreement of the VGB Working Panel
“Reference Designation and Plant Documentation”.
In the Function Key it is not possible to make generally valid rules for certain coding letters
in data characters F2 and F3 since they depend exclusively on the configurations and arrangements concerned. Similar considerations apply to A1 = E and G in the Equipment
Unit Key. In such cases a remark with the following meaning appears in the key part
concerned:
"...free for use for"
i.e. the letters thus annotated may be used within the terms of
the stated definitions
or
"...free for use"
i.e. unreserved letters may be used without any restrictions
within the terms of the stated definitions in F1 resp. F2
Details of application are to be specified between the project parties.
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Interfaces
The relevant pages of the Function Key show the interface definitions with the meanings
given below:
"from incl."
means "including" the named item
"from excl." means "excluding" the named item
"to excl."
means "excluding" the named item
"to incl."
means "including" the named item
For some main groups F1 as e. g.:
F
Handling of nuclear equipment
J
Nuclear heat generation
K
Reactor auxiliary system
the task of the system concerned is defined in addition to or instead of the interfaces.
5.2
System Codes for Heavy Machinery
Certain 'components' such as steam turbines used as drives for feedwater pumps can require so many identification details that, as 'heavy machinery', they need separate system
codes in order to permit identification of all associated mechanical equipment units and
electrical, control and instrumentation facilities. The system codes for such heavy machinery are fixed as X in main group F1 .
5.3
Assignment of System Codes to Mechanical Equipment and Measuring Circuits
Equipment units are allocated to the system in which they are installed. When stipulating
system boundaries the originator principle applies.
For identification purposes, measuring circuits are allocated to the system where the
parameters are measured.
5.4
Special Rules for Mechanical Engineering
5.4.1 Valves
Valves as control elements in medium-prominent systems are allocated to the system in
which they are installed. Irrespective of their type of actuation they are identified by AA in
breakdown level 2.
Valves in medium-prominent measuring circuits are allocated to the measuring circuit and
are identified by KA in breakdown level 3.
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Shutoff valves between medium-prominent systems and a measuring circuit are allocated
to the medium-prominent system and identified by AA in breakdown level 2. Note: the
originator principle does not apply here.
Safety equipment comprising safety valves and the connected piping is allocated to the
system to which it is connected. Note: the originator principle does not apply here.
5.4.2 Supports
Supports are not identified in line with the originator principle. They can be allocated to a
system designation or a building/structure designation in breakdown level 1.
System-oriented identification is a feasible alternative when parts of the support can be
allocated to a particular system.
A building/structure-oriented identification is preferable when parts of different systems
share supports.
Supports are identified by BQ in breakdown level 2.
Details of application are to be specified between the project parties
5.4.3 Supply Systems
Where equipment units identified in breakdown level 1 and 2, require their own supply
systems, these supply systems are identified as subsystems to the overall system with an
identification code in breakdown level 1.
Supply systems serving several main groups of breakdown level 1 are treated as independent supply systems and are provided with a key within the following main groups in
F1:
G
Water supply and disposal
K
Reactor auxiliary system
Q
Auxiliary system
S
Ancillary system
User (system)
Supply system
Code
Designation
L..
Steam, water, gas cycle
M..
Main machine set
Code
Designation
Q ..
Auxiliary system
(common to L.. and
M..)
If several systems F2 or F3 are connected to a particular supply system, the following code
letters are stipulated for the corresponding data character F2 or F3 in breakdown level 1:
V
Lubricant supply system
W
Sealing fluid supply system
X
Fluid supply system for control and protection equipment.
The stipulations for V and W do not apply to main groups A, B, C, D, U and Z of breakdown level 1.
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The use of the letters at data characters F2 and F3 is illustrated in the following table using
the sealing fluid supply system as an example.
User (system)
Supply system
Code
Designation
LA.
Feedwater system
LB.
Steam system
LC.
Condensate system
LAB
Feedwater piping system
LAC
Feedwater pump system
LAD
HP feedwater heating system
5.5
Code
Designation
LW.
Sealing fluid supply system
for steam, water, gas cycle
(common to LA., LB. u. LC.)
LAW
Feedwater sealing water
system (common to LAB,
LAC and LAD)
Special Rules for Civil Engineering
If a building or structure covers several engineering process systems, the code for this
building is priority-specified.
Details of application are to be specified between the project parties.
For the identification of special structures, ducting and bridge structures in main group F1 =
U the subgroups F3 =
X
Special structures
Y
Bridge structures
Z
Ducting structures
are stipulated in almost all cases.
5.6
Special Rules for Electrical, Control and Instrumentation Engineering
5.6.1 Shared Equipment for Electrical, Control and Instrumentation Engineering
Combined electrical, control and instrumentation equipment
Combined electrical, control and instrumentation equipment for measurement, closed- and
open-loop control and power unit (e. g. combined in one cabinet) are identified in
breakdown level 1 using the letters CM to CT (subdivision for system combinations). If
necessary a further grouping can be made in FN.
Transducer Racks, Supports, Scaffolding
These are not identified according to the originator principle. They can be allocated a system code (e. g. auxiliary equipment at main machine sets and heavy machinery) or a
building/structure code in breakdown level 1. In breakdown level 2 transducer racks, supports and scaffolding must receive the key GZ.
Subdistributor, Penetrations
These are not identified according to the originator principle. In breakdown level 1 they are
provided with the code for the building/structure and floor in which they are located.
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Exceptions are, for example, the subdistributors at the main machine sets and heavy
machinery and the subdistributors in electrical, control and instrumentation cubicles and
cabinets, which in breakdown level 1 are identified according to the main machine set or
heavy machinery, cubicle or cabinet.
In breakdown level 2 the subdistributors are to be identified by the key A1 = G (electrotechnical equipment).
Penetrations through the reactor containment
Such penetrations are identified by JML=reactor containment, cable penetration in breakdown level 1 according to the originator principle.
Connections
Identification of connections is performed in line with DIN 40719 Part 2 in a dedicated code
block separated from the existing code designation by a colon ":" as required and according to the originator principle. This code block may contain any combination of alphanumeric symbols.
Cable Number
For the classifying part of the cable characteristic the characteristic one of the two cable
goals is used totally or partly, whereby the characteristic of the cable goal is usually used,
which stands further in front in the alphabet.
The numbering part of the cable no. consists of four numerical data characters or of three
numerical and one alphabetical character; grouping according to voltage level, for
example, is allowable.
5.6.2 Electrical Equipment
Transformer Systems for Power Transmission and Auxiliary Power Supply
These transformers are identified on breakdown level 1. In breakdown level 2, the individual windings are identified (but not on a phase-specific basis) by means of GT for transformer equipment and numbered starting on the high-voltage side. For further details see
DIN 42513.
Switchgear, Battery Chargers, Inverters and Battery Sets
These systems and items of equipment are identified regardless of equipment location in
the classifying part of breakdown level 1 in accordance with the rules for main group
F1 = B. If the letters available are insufficient, FN may be used. In such instances the first
character of FN has a classifying purpose. In the second number of FN the fields are
counted over.
5.6.3 Control and Instrumentation Equipment
5.6.3.1 Measuring Circuits
The identification code of the measuring circle covers the recording of measurement,
preparation and distribution as well as the registering and indicating measured variable
processing. Measuring circles are assigned marking-technically to the system, in which the
measured variable is measured.
On breakdown level 2, direct measuring circuits are identified by means of A1 = C, indirect
measuring circuits (linked or calculated) by means of A1 = F and in A2 according to the
measured physical variable (e.g. pressure, temperature) in accordance with DIN 19227
Part 1.
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Equipment Unit-Specific Analog Signal Processing and Measuring Circuits
Equipment unit-specific analog signal processing elements comprise control and instrumentation equipment which is only provided for one equipment unit such as control interface, protective logics, instruments in the feeder and command termination for final control
elements. These analog signal processing elements receive the code of the equipment unit
concerned.
System-Specific Analog Signal Processing
System-specific analog signal processing elements comprise links between more than one
measuring circuit and/or equipment unit-specific analog signal processing elements for
systems such as open-loop controls (but not control interfaces). They encompass the control and instrumentation equipment for more than one equipment unit and are identified on
breakdown level 2 by means of A1 = E (analog and binary signal conditioning). A2 identifies
control and instrumentation functions (e.g. alarm links, subgroup control).
System-Interfacing Analog Signal Processing
Where control and instrumentation equipment serves more than one process system identified in F2 and F3 , the letter Y for generic control and protection systems may be used in
the appropriate data character on breakdown level 1. Control and instrumentation equipment which serves more than one main group may be identified under main group C for
control and instrumentation, e.g. unit control system = CJA.
Process-related systems
Generic function key
Code
Designation
Code
Designation
LAB
Feedwater piping system
LAC
Feedwater pump system
LAY
LAD
HP feedwater heating system
Control and protection
system for feedwater
system (common to LAB,
LAC and LAD)
LA.
Feedwater system
LB.
Steam system
LY.
Control and protection
system for steam, water,
gas cycle (common to LA.
and LB.)
H..
Conventional heat generation
L..
Steam, water, gas cycle
CJA
Unit control system
(common to H.., L. and M..)
M..
Main machine set
Given the possibilities shown in the table, it is not practicable to meet all possible requirements for identification of discrete process-related functions (e.g. functional group control).
Thus for example, it may be necessary to use items which are identified differently on
breakdown level 1 (main system and associated parts of auxiliary and ancillary systems) in
order to fulfil a given process-related task (functional group). Identification of the functional
groups involved in process-related tasks so as to relate them to the principal task concerned may be performed by using the alpha characters in F1 F2 F3 of the principal process-related task.
In this application, however, a suitable identifier such as a prefixed Y should be used to
indicate that a software coding unit is concerned, thus to rule out confusion with processrelated codes. This code has to be specified between the parties to the project.
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Analog Signal Linkage
In principle it applies with signal logics that after linkage for e.g. reporting linkages the
characteristic of the signal which can be processed remain keeping as far as possible.
Linked analog signals representing physically similar direct measured variables are identified by means of a set number, e.g. "9", in the first data character of AN and retain the code
of the physical variable in data character A2 .
Linked analog signals representing physically dissimilar indirect measured variables are
identified by means of A2 = U (combined variables).
Where signals or measured data are used to limit or suppress the original measured data,
the processed output signal retains the code of the original measured data.
Where measured data are corrected (e.g. flow measurement corrected for pressure and
temperature) and if only the corrected measured data are further processed, the codes
stay the same as those of the original measured data in spite of the gating of dissimilar
measured data.
If calculated measured values from linkages of measured value from the origin measured
value are to be differentiated to, then the indirect (calculated) measured variable is to be
marked by A1 = F (indirect measuring circles) in the data code place A1. The identification
in the data code place A2 takes place after physical dimension.
5.6.3.2 Closed-Loop Control Circuits
The principles for the identification of measuring circuits apply analogously to the identification of closed-loop control circuits on breakdown level 1. Every control loop and every
closed-loop control circuit comprises measuring, control and positioning elements regardless of whether electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic or other items of equipment are used.
Closed-loop controls are identified according to the controlled variable and not after the
measuring circuits which serves the control or the final control element on which the control acts.
5.6.3.3 Signals and Signal Applications
Breakdown level 3 is used to identify signals and their applications. For this purpose, data
character B1 can contain
X
Signal origin
Y
Signal application
Z
Gated signal
No generally valid rules have been made for signal and application areas. They must be
established individually for different control and instrumentation concepts.
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Appendix: Compendium of "Establishments between the
Parties to the Project" to be made on a Project-Specific Basis
The KKS Guidelines do not contain all the rules necessary for a project. There are free
spaces for which clear definitions have to be made between the purchaser
(owner/operator) and the vendor (architect/engineer/ supplier) in the form of projectspecific establishments prior to completion of the contract. In the Guidelines such aspects
are indicated by the remark "Details of application to be specified between the parties to
the project". A list of such establishments is given below.
Reference to Guidelines
Page
General establishments
1. Changes to KKS designations (only possible as long as contents stay the
same)
12
2. Rules on numbering systems and direction of numbering for all numbering
code elements
12
3. Rules on breakdown level regarding
- Contents
- Type of data character
- Direction of numbering
13
4. Rules on spacing for code notation
27
5. Allocation of unreserved, but "free for use" available classifying code
elements
28
Establishments on Process-Related Identification
6. Use of data characters in process-related identification
14
7. Use of prefix number F0
15
8. Rules on FN numbering
16
9. Rules on AN numbering
17
10. Rules on A3 numbering
18
11. Rules on BN numbering
19
12. Rules on the identification of supports
31
13. Rules on the identification of supply systems
31
14. Rules on the identification of system-interfacing analog signal processing
34
15. Rules on identification for "signals and signal applications" and for the
reservation of the subgroups of main groups X, Y, Z on breakdown level 3
35
Establishments on Point of Installation Identification
16. Use of data characters in point of installation identification
20
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17. Use of prefix number F0 in installation unit code
21
18. Rules on FN numbering in installation unit code
22
19. Installation space identification
22
Rules in Location Identification
20. Use of data characters in location identification
23
21. Use of prefix number F0 in structure identification
24
22. Rules on subgroup F3
24
23. Rules on FN numbering in structure identification
25
24. Rules on room identification
25
25. Rules on structure identification for individual structures combined to form
one structure
32
26. Rules on structure identification for duct and bridge structures as
connecting structures
32
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Revision sheet
Page
Index
Date of
change
WP Ref. Desig.
and Plant Doc.
date of
determination
d
05/07
21.11.2006
BU1, BU2
d
05/07
08.05.2007
BV1
d
05/07
08.05.2007
BV1
d
05/07
08.05.2007
BW1
d
05/07
08.05.2007
BW1
d
05/07
08.05.2007
GN1
d
05/07
08.05.2007
d
05/07
20.02.2006
d
05/07
08.05.2007
d
05/07
08.05.2007
d
05/07
17.05.2005
d
05/07
07.07.2005
EA1
G1
HN1
MB1
MH1
MH1
Status: August 2007
Explanation of revision
EA_, EAA, EAB, EAC, EAE:
Supplement „Loading“ resp. „Unloading System“
in the relevant designation codes resp. within
the limits
BU, BUA-BUS
Direct voltage distribution boards, ……..
change voltage into: current
BV
Direct voltage distribution boards, ………
change voltage into: current
BVA-BVS
Direct voltage emergency distribution boards…..
change voltage into: current
BW
Direct voltage distribution boards, …….
change voltage into: current
BWA-BWS
Direct voltage emergency distribution boards, …
change voltage into: current
GNH:
Deaeration
„drying system“ omit
GL:
Limiting equipment (i.g. short circuit current
limiting reactor)
New in the equipment unit key
HNG:
Flue gas heating utilisation system
New letter code
MBL:
Intake air, cold gas system incl. intake air
preheating
New determination
MH_:
Steam motor system
New letter code
MHA bis MHZ:
New determinations at MH (F3 classification)
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Revision sheet
Page
Index
Date of
change
WP Ref. Desig.
and Plant Doc.
date of
determination
M1
d
05/07
20.02.2006
M1
d
05/07
20.02.2006
Status: August 2007
Explanation of revision
MQ:
permanent connection
New determination in component key
MP:
permanent connection (if MQ is not enough)
New determination in component key
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Revision sheet 7
- function key -
Index
Key
indication
Conclusion of
WP Ref. Desig.
and Plant Doc.
from
Status: January 2010
Explanation of revision
– blocked –
changed into
Earthing and lightning protection system
acc. to B105d
BAU
E
13.08.2009
BAW
E
13.08.2009
GHW
E
25.11.2009
new determination:
Seal Fluid Supply System
HE
E
26.11.2008
13.08.2009
new determination:
Oxydent production / -supply
HEA
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
Air intake, air supply
Earthing and lightning protection system
changed into:
– blocked –
acc. to B105d
limits:
from incl. ambient air
to excl. inlet air compression and / or
from incl. compressor casing and rotor gas turbine
to excl. inlet cooling and cleaning
HEB
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
Air compression
limits:
from excl. air intake
to excl. cooling and cleaning
HEC
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
Cooling and cleaning inclusive regeneration
limits:
from excl. air compression
to excl. main heat exchanger
HED
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
Main heat exchanger / cold production / condensation
From excl. cooling
to excl. rectification
to excl. oxygen release
to excl. nitrogen release
to excl. argon
to excl. residual gas release
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Revision sheet 7
- function key -
Index
Key
indication
Conclusion of
WP Ref. Desig.
and Plant Doc.
from
Status: January 2010
Explanation of revision
HEE
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
Rectification
HEF
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
Chemical looping system
from excl. air intake
to excl. contiguous systems
HEG
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
Membrane separate system
from excl. air compression
to excl. oxygen release
HEJ
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
Oxygen-release inclusive storage
from excl. main heat exchanger
to excl. ducting system oxygen
HEK
E
26.11.2008
HEL
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
Nitrogen-release inclusive storage
from excl. main heat exchanger
to excl. ducting system nitrogen
new determination:
Argon-release inclusive storage
from excl. main heat exchanger
to excl. ducting system argon
HEM
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
Residual gas-release
from excl. main heat exchanger
to incl. atmosphere
HEV
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
Lubricant system
HEW
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
Sealing medium system
HEX
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
Fluid supply system for control and protection systems
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Key
indication
Index
Revision sheet 7
- function key Conclusion of
WP Ref. Desig.
and Plant Doc.
from
Status: January 2010
Explanation of revision
HEY
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
Control and protection system
HG
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
CO2 Conditioning in flue gas
HGA
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
CO2-precleaning
from excl. chemical flue gas treatment
to excl. CO² raw gas condensation
HGB
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
CO2 raw gas condensation
from excl. CO²-precleaning
to excl. CO²-raw gas cooling
HGC
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
CO2 raw gas cooling and –cleaning incl. regeneration
from excl. CO² raw gas condensation
to excl.
main heat exchanger
HGD
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
Main heat exchanger / cooling / liquidation
from excl. CO2 raw gas cooling / cleaning
to excl. rectification
HGE
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
Rectification
from excl. main heat exchanger
to excl.
CO2 buffer system
new determination:
Ducting for rectification
HGF
E
26.11.2009
HGU
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
CO2 tank / - buffer system
HGV
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
Lubricant system
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Revision sheet 7
- function key -
Index
Key
indication
Conclusion of
WP Ref. Desig.
and Plant Doc.
from
Status: January 2010
Explanation of revision
HGW
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
Sealing fluid supply system
HGX
E
26.11.2009
new determination:
Fluid supply system for control and protection systems
HGY
E
13.08.2009
new determination:
Control and protection systems
HK
E
02.04.2009
new determination:
CO2 separation in flue gas
HKA
E
13.08.2009
new determination:
flue gas channel system within *HK*
HKB
E
13.08.2009
new determination:
flue gas ducting system
HKC
E
13.08.2009
new determination:
fan system for flue gas
HKD
E
13.08.2009
new determination:
CO2 absorption
from incl. inlet flue gas
inclusive water separation
HKE
E
13.08.2009
new determination:
Flue gas pre-cleaning
HKF
E
13.08.2009
new determination:
detergent conditioning
HKG
E
13.08.2009
HKH
E
13.08.2009
new determination:
System loaded/unloaded detergent
from incl. outlet CO2 absorption
to incl. inlet CO2 desorption inclusive heat transfer
resp. from incl. outlet CO2 desorption
to incl. inlet CO2 absorption
new determination:
CO2 desorption of detergent
from incl. inlet detergent desorption
to incl. outlet detergent desorption
to incl. inlet CO2 conditioning (*HG*)
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Key
indication
Index
Revision sheet 7
- function key Conclusion of
WP Ref. Desig.
and Plant Doc.
from
Status: January 2010
Explanation of revision
HKJ
E
13.08.2009
new determination:
detergent supply inclusive storage
HKK
E
13.08.2009
new determination:
detergent disposal
HKV
E
13.08.2009
new determination:
lubricant supply system
HKW
E
13.08.2009
new determination:
sealing fluid supply system
HKX
E
13.08.2009
new determination:
fluid supply system for control and protection systems
HKY
E
13.08.2009
new determination:
control and protection systems
HL
E
13.08.2009
Modification:
Combustion air system (air, oxygen)
HLA
E
13.08.2009
Modification:
Ducting system air
from incl. excl. air inlet
to excl. branch off firing resp. mill air system and carrier air system
to excl. branch off *HFE*, excl. fan system, air heater system and
gas turbine exhaust system
HLB
E
13.08.2009
Modification:
Forced draught fan system
from incl. inlet forced draught fan system
to excl. outlet forced draught fan system
HLC
E
13.08.2009
Modification:
Air preheating (not flue gas heated)
from incl. inlet preheating
to incl. outlet preheating
HLD
E
13.08.2009
Modification:
Air preheating flue gas heated
from incl. inlet preheating
to incl. outlet preheating
HLE
E
13.08.2009
Modification:
Ducting system oxygen
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Key
indication
Index
Revision sheet 7
- function key Conclusion of
WP Ref. Desig.
and Plant Doc.
from
Status: January 2010
Explanation of revision
HLF
E
13.08.2009
new determination:
Oxygen fan system
from incl. inlet fan system
to excl. outlet fan system
HLG
E
13.08.2009
new determination:
Oxygen preheating (not flue gas heated)
from incl. inlet preheating
to incl. outlet preheating
HLH
E
13.08.2009
new determination:
Oxygen preheating flue gas heated
from incl. inlet preheating
to incl. outlet preheating
LNG
E
25.10.2007
new determination:
Removal system for external purpose
LNH
E
26.05.2008
new determination:
Spillway
limits: from dam / weir
LPG
E
25.10.2007
new determination:
Removal system for external purpose
LQG
E
25.10.2007
new determination:
Removal system for external purpose
RA
E
02.04.2009
Amendment:
gas generation (gasification, fermentation)
RAA
E
02.04.2009
Amendment:
gas generator (gasifier, fermenter)
from incl. fuel, ignition fuel and fluxing agent inlet or
from excl. burner and nozzle system
to excl. removal system or
to excl. solids separator and recycle system or
to excl. gas generator quench gas section or
to incl. main gas outlet
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Key
indication
Index
Revision sheet 7
- equipment unit key Conclusion of
WP Ref. Desig.
and Plant Doc.
from
Status: January 2010
Explanation of revision
U
E
02.04.2009
New determination:
Civil structures
US
E
02.04.2009
New determination:
Area/Building
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