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2API and 700°F is supplied from beyond the battery limits to a surge drum F-l. From there it is pumped with J-lA&B to parallel furnaces B-lA&B from which it comes out at 890°F and 200 psig. Each of the split streams enters at the bottom of its own evaporator T-lA&B that has five trays. Overheads from the evaporators combine and enter at the bottom of a 30-tray fractionator T-2. A portion of the bottoms from the fractionator is fed to the top trays of T-IA&B; the remainder goes through exchanger E-5 and is pumped with J-2A&B back to the furnaces B-lA&B.
1 provides the reader with material for the construction of flowsheets with the symbols of this chapter and possibly with some reference to Chapter 3. 5. 3. min. 4. Letter Designations of Equipment Equipment Agitator Air filter Bin Blender Blower Centrifuge Classifying equipment Colloid mill Compressor Condenser Conveyor Cooling tower Crusher Crystallizer Cyclone separator (gas) Cyclone separator (liquid) Decanter Disperser Drum Dryer (thermal) Dust collector Elevator Electrostatic separator Engine Evaporator Fan Feeder Filter (liquid) Furnace Lettera M FG l-r M JB FF S SR JC E C TE SR K FG F FL M D DE FG C FG PM FE JJ C P B Equipment Grinder Heat exchanger Homogenizer Kettle Kiln (rotary) Materials handling equipment Miscellaneous” Mixer Motor Oven Packaging machinen/ Precipitator (dust or mist) Prime mover Pulverizer Pump (liquid) Reboiler Reactor Refrigeration system Rotameter Screen Separator (entrainment) Shaker Spray disk Spray nozzle Tank Thickener Tower Vacuum equipment Weigh scale Lettan SR E M R DD G L M PM B L FG PM SR J E R G RM S FG M SR SR l-r F T VE L ‘Note: The letter L is used for unclassified equipment when only a few items are of this type; otherwise, individual letter designations are assigned.