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Updated version of ISA S20 specification sheets
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Cameron Dorrough
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2006 5:09 am    Post subject: Re: Updated version of ISA S20 specification sheets Reply with quote

"Raj Sreenevasan" <Raj_Sreenevasan@bigpond.com> wrote in message
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Hi,
The TR20.00.01-2001 (with new data sheets) has been available since 2004.
Has any end user / engineering consultant replaced the old (1981) ISA S20
format instrument data sheets with the new TR20 (2004) format instrument
data sheets? The main difference between the original ISA S20 (1981)
version and the latest version (2004) is that the process data / operating
parameters is now specified as a separate sheet. It means that each
instrument data sheet now has multiple sheets (X of Y).
Thanks and regards,
Raj Sreenevasan

The problem with these standard spec sheets is that they try to cover all
possible variations of every type of instrument, making them difficult to
read sometimes.

Whilst I can't speak for others, but we prefer to use our own datasheets
which are cut-down one-page versions of the S20 ones with only the
*relevant* data included...

Cameron:-)
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Raj Sreenevasan
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 13, 2006 1:21 pm    Post subject: Updated version of ISA S20 specification sheets Reply with quote

Hi,
The TR20.00.01-2001 (with new data sheets) has been available since 2004.
Has any end user / engineering consultant replaced the old (1981) ISA S20
format instrument data sheets with the new TR20 (2004) format instrument
data sheets? The main difference between the original ISA S20 (1981)
version and the latest version (2004) is that the process data / operating
parameters is now specified as a separate sheet. It means that each
instrument data sheet now has multiple sheets (X of Y).
Thanks and regards,
Raj Sreenevasan
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