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AFNOR - NF S62-200 - FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT - PILLAR HYDRANTS AND FLUSH HYDRANTS - RULES FOR INSTALLATION, DELIVERY ACCEPTANCE AND MAINTENANCE Organization: AFNOR
Date: 2009-08-01
AWWA C502 - DRY-BARREL FIRE HYDRANTS Organization: AWWA
Date: 2014-06-08
Description: This standard does not cover the wet-barrel or flushtype of hydrants. (For wet-barrel type, see ANSI/AWWA C503. For flush-type, see AWWA Manual M17.)
AWWA M17 - FIRE HYDRANTS: INSTALLATION, FIELD, TESTING, AND MAINTENANCE - FIFTH EDITION Organization: AWWA
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: The bulk of the material in this manual refers to hydrants claimed by the respective manufacturers to be manufactured in accordance with ANSI/AWWA C502 and ANSI/ AWWA C503; however, information is also included on hydrants that are not intended to comply with these standards, such as high-pressure and flush-type hydrants.
ARMY - UFGS-33 08 53 - AVIATION FUEL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM START-UP Organization: ARMY
Date: 2010-02-01
Description: NOTE: This guide specification covers the requirements for the flushing, cleaning and performance testing of new aircraft refueling systems constructed to the requirements of the DoD Type III/IV/V, and Cut'n Cover Hydrant Refueling System Standards. DoD Type III systems shall conform to Standard Design 078-24-28 PRESSURIZED HYDRANT FUELING SYSTEM (TYPE III).
DS/EN 12312-5 + A1 - AIRCRAFT GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT - SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS - PART 5: AIRCRAFT FUELLING EQUIPMENT Organization: DS
Date: 2009-06-10
Description: The intended functions of AFE are: - loading fuel from the tank farm and/or a hydrant system to the AFE; - storage and transportation of fuel; - fuelling from the AFE to the aircraft; - filtration of the fuel; - metering the fuel for a transfer of custody; - defuelling the aircraft to the AFE; - flushing fuel from hydrant systems; - unloading AFE to the tank farm after defuelling of an aircraft; - transferring fuel from one AFE to another.
NBN - EN 12312-5+A1 - AIRCRAFT GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT - SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS - PART 5: AIRCRAFT FUELLING EQUIPMENT Organization: NBN
Date: 2009-07-17
Description: The intended functions of AFE are:- loading fuel from the tank farm and/or a hydrant system to the AFE;- storage and transportation of fuel;- fuelling from the AFE to the aircraft;- filtration of the fuel;- metering the fuel for a transfer of custody;- defuelling the aircraft to the AFE;- flushing fuel from hydrant systems;- unloading AFE to the tank farm after defuelling of an aircraft;- transferring fuel from one AFE to another.
NBN - EN 12312-5+A1 - AIRCRAFT GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT - SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS - PART 5: AIRCRAFT FUELLING EQUIPMENT Organization: NBN
Date: 2009-07-17
Description: The intended functions of AFE are:- loading fuel from the tank farm and/or a hydrant system to the AFE;- storage and transportation of fuel;- fuelling from the AFE to the aircraft;- filtration of the fuel;- metering the fuel for a transfer of custody;- defuelling the aircraft to the AFE;- flushing fuel from hydrant systems;- unloading AFE to the tank farm after defuelling of an aircraft;- transferring fuel from one AFE to another.
BSI - BS EN 12312-5 - AIRCRAFT GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT - SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS - PART 5: AIRCRAFT FUELLING EQUIPMENT - AMD: OCTOBER 31, 2009 Organization: BSI
Date: 2005-02-17
Description: The intended functions of AFE are: — loading fuel from the tank farm and/or a hydrant system to the AFE; — storage and transportation of fuel; — fuelling from the AFE to the aircraft; — filtration of the fuel; — metering the fuel for a transfer of custody; — defuelling the aircraft to the AFE; — flushing fuel from hydrant systems; — unloading AFE to the tank farm after defuelling of an aircraft; — transferring fuel from one AFE to another.

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