By R. R. Lee
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VALVE DESCRIPTION Describing valves for entry into the materials accounting system is not difficult, but their description must remain consistent with the project commodity code descriptions 33 I n s t r u m e n t Valves ENDS ND SOLDER JOINT W A t ~)IF,AL Figure 2-10. End connections for valves. ) from the computer bank used for the project. On each valve in one form or another, the manufacturer's nameplate has a valve figure number on it. With this number and the manufacturer's catalog, a good description is available.
Iiii, ~'~ . . . . . . :L--~r~ I Iml r I . . . Figure 1-23. Stainless steel stick tubing. ) lengths in cardboard tubes, or bundled along a board. It should be stored on a fiat surface, or on a rack with support braces every four feet. Tubing is identified by the outside diameter and by the wall thickness. An example would be for stainless steel tubing, 3~-in. 035-in. wall thickness. If the shipping carton is suitable, leave the tubing in the carton while in the project warehouse to protect the stainless steel finish.
Do not paint valves prior to issue. Surplus valves that have been painted cannot be returned for credit. Storing Valves Figure 2-12 shows one method of storing valves on pallets and inside a warehouse under ideal conditions. Valves two inches and smaller, and any valves with threaded outlets, should be stored inside. _Pallet Number Figure 2-12. Gatevalvesstoredon pallets. water or sand. Corrosion will form on the ball or seat, and render a new valve worthless even before it is installed in the process line.