- Define PID and discuss its importance to the facility
- Identify who uses the PID
- List the types of information typically found on a PID and describe where each of the following is located on the drawing:
- Title block
- Main drawing
- Line schedules
- Equipment descriptions
- Issue descriptions
- Zone numbers
- Describe a master sheet and identify commonly used symbols
- Identify instruments, control loops, line designations, and piping on the PID
- Trace the course of a process from beginning to end
All plants have a collection of piping and instrumentation drawings or P&IDs. These drawings show how components connect and how the process flows through the system. P&IDs also show the locations of instrument and control equipment relative to components in the process control path.
The P&ID Basics training course provides the skills necessary to read a P&ID. It identifies symbols and function labels and describes how components are related. Reading a P&ID is part of the Prints and Drawings training series.
- Training Type: Interactive
- 45 Minutes