What is a P&id Drawing?


P&ID (Piping and Instrumentation Diagram) is a detailed graphical illustration of a process including the software and hardware necessary to design, build and operate the facility. P&ID is a term that is popularly used in industrial processes.
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Number one is always a process flow diagram. Number two is usually a P&ID, and at this point the equipment items for the plant are also specified, sized and let out for bid. Number
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