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TSE - TS EN 203-2-6 - GAS HEATED CATERING EQUIPMENT - PART 2-6: SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS - HOT WATER HEATERS FOR BEVERAGE
Description: This standard applies to canned eggplant slices-fried in vegetable oil. Bu standard, bitkisel sıvı yağda kızartılmış patlıcan konservesini kapsar.
NSF 5 - WATER HEATERS, HOT WATER SUPPLY BOILERS, AND HEAT RECOVERY EQUIPMENT
Description: This Standard contains requirements for heat recovery equipment and equipment intended to provide hot water heated by electricity, gas, steam, or oil. The types of equipment covered by this Standard include, but are not limited to: automatic storage water heaters, circulating water heaters, hot water supply boilers, and steam heat exchangers.
NACE 1D182 - WHEEL TEST METHOD USED FOR EVALUATION OF FILM-PERSISTENT CORROSION INHIBITORS FOR OILFIELD APPLICATIONS - ITEM NO. 24007
Description: The wheel test is a dynamic test performed by placing fluids (oil, water, and inhibitor) in a 200-mL beverage bottle with a metal test specimen, purging with a corrosive gas, and capping the bottle.
IEC 61511-1 REDLINE - FUNCTIONAL SAFETY – SAFETY INSTRUMENTED SYSTEMS FOR THE PROCESS INDUSTRY SECTOR – PART 1: FRAMEWORK, DEFINITIONS, SYSTEM, HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE APPLICATION PROGRAMMING REQUIREMENTS - EDITION 2.0
Description: It does not apply to manufacturers wishing to claim that devices are suitable for use in SISs for the process sector (see IEC 61508- 2:2010 and IEC 61508-3:2010); c) defines the relationship between IEC 61511 and IEC 61508 (see Figures 2 and 3); d) applies when application programs are developed for systems having limited variability language or when using fixed programming language devices, but does not apply to manufacturers, SIS designers, integrators and users that develop embedded software (system software) or use full variability languages (see IEC 61508- 3:2010); e) applies to a wide variety of industries within the process sector for example, chemicals, oil and gas, pulp and paper, pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, and non-nuclear power generation; NOTE 1 Within the process sector some applications, may have additional requirements that have to be satisfied f) outlines the relationship between SIFs and other instrumented functions (see Figure 4); g) results in the identification of the functional requirements and safety integrity requirements for the SIF taking into account the risk reduction achieved by other methods; h) specifies life-cycle requirements for system architecture and hardware configuration, application programming, and system integration; i) specifies requirements for application programming for users and integrators of SISs
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