Piping symbols?

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  1. dirkpitt
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    dirkpitt Junior Member

    Hi dear all friends. i am using common piping symbols for ten years. But i saw lots of system plans that there is no standard piping symboling on projects. Can anyone shed light on this subject. Is P&ID symbols suitable (which is i dont like)? I can't find any marine piping symbols in internet. So i need marine symbols in european standard that is described below:

    - Foot valve (strum box)
    - Butterfly valve
    - Ball valve
    - Swing check valve
    - Butterfly valve with actuator
    - Electronic level gauge
    - Emergency shut-off valve
    - Sea water strainer
    - Fuel strainer
    - Seacock
    - outboard discharge
    - Submersible pump
    - Expension joint (flexible hose)
    - pneumatic actuated valves
     
  2. jehardiman
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    jehardiman Senior Member

    Look in ISO 14617 or ASME Y14.40...been a while since I needed anything other than Mil-Std 17 but a lot of what you ask for (seacocks, strainers, submersible pump) are often shown in pictograph in the system books and specified by text in the plans.
     
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  3. dirkpitt
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    dirkpitt Junior Member

    thank you jehardiman for your recommenditions.
     
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