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    I'm trying to find a website where i can download dxf files of pipework, flanges, connections, valves etc can anybody point us in the right direction?

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    You could try over at the CAD Block Exchange Network. Find them at:

    www.cben.net

    Or, you could buy a premade library of 2D pipe fitting blocks. Try:

    www.cadtoolsonline.com
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    Are there any specific blocks you need? I have a selection including the following:
    Ansi 150# Flanges,
    Ansi 300# Flanges,
    PN16 Flanges,
    Table D Flanges,
    Table E Flanges,
    DIN Spec fittings, (LR BW elbows, tees, concentric and eccentric reducers, reducing tees)
    ANSI B16.9 fittings, (as above)
    RJT, IDF and Triclamp unions up to 4"NB,
    "Robinet" type angle valves from 15NB up to 350NB,
    Lugged butterfly valves (Actuated and manual) up to 5"NB,
    A large selection of globe, ball, gate, pressure relief, non-return, pressure regulating valves from various manufacturers,
    various centrifugal, peristaltic, lobe, and diaphragm pumps from Girdlestone, Wayson Marlow, Wilden, Tuthhill, Sollich, Hilge, Alfa LAval and Grunfoss,
    Various P&ID symbols,
    Several "Alfa Laval" PHEs,
    A small selection of "Realm" and "Airpel" type in line filters,
    A small selection of pressure guages, flow meters and commissioning sets with and without binder points,
    A couple of inline mixers, standard human figures and vehicles,

    And finally, many of the above drawn isomtrically.

    If you'd like any of the above, let me know.

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    Default 2D AutoCAD Pipe Fittings

    There is a library for 2D AutoCAD Pipe Fittings on the link below:
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    Hey Cerberus,
    Can you please send me the Autocad drawings for valves, fittings, actuators, and P&ID works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cerberus View Post
    Are there any specific blocks you need? I have a selection including the following:
    Ansi 150# Flanges,
    Ansi 300# Flanges,
    PN16 Flanges,
    Table D Flanges,
    Table E Flanges,
    DIN Spec fittings, (LR BW elbows, tees, concentric and eccentric reducers, reducing tees)
    ANSI B16.9 fittings, (as above)
    RJT, IDF and Triclamp unions up to 4"NB,
    "Robinet" type angle valves from 15NB up to 350NB,
    Lugged butterfly valves (Actuated and manual) up to 5"NB,
    A large selection of globe, ball, gate, pressure relief, non-return, pressure regulating valves from various manufacturers,
    various centrifugal, peristaltic, lobe, and diaphragm pumps from Girdlestone, Wayson Marlow, Wilden, Tuthhill, Sollich, Hilge, Alfa LAval and Grunfoss,
    Various P&ID symbols,
    Several "Alfa Laval" PHEs,
    A small selection of "Realm" and "Airpel" type in line filters,
    A small selection of pressure guages, flow meters and commissioning sets with and without binder points,
    A couple of inline mixers, standard human figures and vehicles,

    And finally, many of the above drawn isomtrically.

    If you'd like any of the above, let me know.

    Dave
    Hello Cerberus,
    I would appreciate the ANSI B16.9 fittings library you mentioned earlier - LR BW elbows, tees, concentric and eccentric reducers, reducing tees.

    Send ZIP to me, Clint Hill at:

    clinton.hill@innophos.com

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    chillpill: It is never a good idea to post one's email address in a public forum. At least not in a manner so readily retrieved by bots.
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    Thanks "ReMark". I should have known that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chillpill View Post
    Thanks "ReMark". I should have known that!
    If you really want to then disguise it a bit. Example:

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    hi there
    im new to the whole autocad thing but have used other cad programmes for several years, the role im currently in requires me to provide drawings of pipework, tanks, valves, actuators, pressure and turbidity monitors, most of the pipework is stainless, 2 - 10inch, abs & pvc upto 6inch and usually pn16 flanges / backing rings.

    Are there any add-ons available for these or does anyone have any block librarys of there own that i could have / purchase / download that would help; I have the autocad 2d pipe library which is ok for the pipe and fittings but the valves arnt what im looking for.

    any help would be appreciated

    Gareth

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