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Check List – Basic Engineering Package (BEP) Information Input/ Review

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BASIC / EXTENDED BASIC ENGINEERING PACKAGE CONTENT LIST (FROM PIPING REQUIREMENT)
A PROCESS INFORMATION
1. Process Description


2. Process and Utility Flow Diagram
3. Process and Utility P & I Diagram
4. Utility Distribution Diagram
5. Minimum Equipment elevation summary or same information in different form
6. Equipment Process Datasheet
7. Process Critical line List
8. Hazardous Area Classification drawing
B MECHANICAL
1. Equipment Engineering Datasheet
2. Package equipment vendor scope of work and tie in list
3. Acceptable equipment external nozzle load
C PIPING DESIGN
1. Preliminary plot plan
2. Preliminary Equipment Layout
3. Preliminary piping material specification or material selection criteria
4. Line List with process conditions
5. Special design requirements if any
6. Piping Design Philosophy
7. Instrument Process Hook up requirement
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1. Stress analysis/ Support design guidelines/ standards
2. 3D design criteria
D GENERAL
1. Project Description
2. Project Design Basis
3. Site Condition
4. List of Design codes and standards
5. Fire Protection philosophy and safety requirement
6. Project schedule
7. Project procedure if any
8. Client’s standards if any
9. List of statutory regulations applicable
10. Drainage Philosophy and Requirement
REVIEW REQUIREMENTS OF BASIC ENGINEERING PACKAGE
A PROCESS AND UTILITY P & I DIAGRAM
1. Legend sheet with information on line numbering system, valve identification system, SM numbering, Instrument numbering, Process specific requirement, Instrument process hook up requirement etc
2. All lines are numbered. Line no. to contain, Size of pipe, Fluid code, Line sequence no., Piping material specification, Insulation/ Painting/ Heat tracing/ Jacketing requirement, Area no. if any as minimum.
3. Valve and SM identification in the form of symbol or tag no.
4. Instrument tag no.
5. Equipment nozzle identification in terms of nozzle no. or tie in point no.
6. Identification of proprietary package battery limit
7. Specific requirement such as slope, spool, specification break, line routing criteria, gravity drain, barometric leg requirement, Valve/ Instrument location criteria etc.
8. Line continuation to other P & I D properly marked
9. Applicable notes
10. Minimum equipment elevation requirement
11. Brief equipment specification
12. Insulation requirement on equipment
13. Process vents and drains
14. Utility station requirements
B EQUIPMENT PD SHEET/ ENGIEERING DATASHEET
1. Operating and design conditions
2. Dimensional data
3. Support type
4. All major nozzles located and elevation/ projection defined
5. Maintenance requirement if any
6. Insulation thickness
C PIPING DESIGN PHILOSOPHY IF ANY
D PROJECT DESIGN BASIS
E STRESS and SUPPORT DESIGN PHILOSOPHY IF ANY
F 3 D DESIGN PHILOSOPHY IF ANY
G LINE LIST FOR AVAILABILITY OF DATA
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F PLOT PLAN
1. Functional and Process Point of view
2. Man and Material movement point of view



3. Local statutory requirement point of view
4. Space management point of view for better utilisation of space
5. Hazard point of view – Hazardous area, Emission, Venting, Flaring etc.
H EQUIPMENT LAYOUT
1. Functional and Process Point of view
2. Man and Material movement point of view
3. Local statutory requirement point of view
4. Space management point of view for better utilisation of space
5. Hazard point of view – Hazardous area, Emission, Venting, Flaring etc.
6. Access, Operation and Maintenance point of view
7. Hazardous area classification
8. Safety

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