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DLA - MIL-DTL-2/68A (1) - VALVE, CYLINDER, GAS: INERT-OIL FREE MIXTURES, OUTLET 580 (PRESSURES THROUGH 3000 PSIG (20680 KPA) AT 120 DEGREES F (48.9 DEGREES C)) Organization: DLA
Date: 2006-09-29
Description: The valves covered by this specification sheet are intended for use with cylinders containing inert-oil free mixtures with oxygen less than 5 percent.
DLA - MIL-DTL-2/26D (1) - VALVE, CYLINDER, GAS: HELIUM AND NITROGEN (INERT-OIL TOLERANT), OUTLET 590 (PRESSURES THROUGH 3000 PSIG (20680 KPA) AT 120 DEGREES F (48.9 DEGREES C)) Organization: DLA
Date: 2006-09-29
Description: The valves covered by this specification sheet are intended for use with helium and nitrogen cylinders in oil tolerant applications.
DLA - MIL-DTL-2/57A (1) - VALVE, CYLINDER, GAS: HELIUM AND NITROGEN (INERT-OIL TOLERANT), OUTLET 621 (PRESSURES 3001 THROUGH 5500 PSIG (20690 THROUGH 37900 KPA) AT 120 DEGREES F (48.9 DEGREES C)) Organization: DLA
Date: 2006-09-29
NPFC - MIL-DTL-2/11 - VALVE, CYLINDER, GAS: ARGON, HELIUM, NITROGEN, NEON AND XENON (INERT-OIL FREE), OUTLET 580 (PRESSURES THROUGH 3000 PSIG (20680 KPA) AT 120 DEGREES F (48.9 DEGREES C)) Organization: NPFC
DLA - MIL-DTL-2/51B (1) - VALVE, CYLINDER, GAS: ARGON, HELIUM, NITROGEN, NEON, XENON, AND KRYPTON (INERT-OIL FREE), OUTLET 677(PRESSURES 5501 THROUGH 7500 PSIG (38000 THROUGH 51700 KPA) AT 120 DEGREES F (48.9 DEGREES C)) Organization: DLA
Date: 2006-09-29
Description: The valves covered by this specification sheet are intended for use with nitrogen, argon, helium, neon, xenon, and krypton, 5501 through 7500 psig, inert-oil free cylinders.
DLA - MIL-DTL-2/56A (1) - VALVE, CYLINDER, GAS: ARGON, HELIUM, NITROGEN, NEON, XENON, AND KRYPTON (INERT-OIL FREE), OUTLET 680 (PRESSURES 3001 THROUGH 5500 PSIG (20690 THROUGH 37900 KPA) AT 120 DEGREES F (48.9 DEGREES C)) Organization: DLA
Date: 2006-09-29
Description: The valves covered by this specification sheet are intended for use with argon, helium, nitrogen, neon, xenon, and krypton cylinders in oil-free applications.
DLA - MIL-DTL-2/58A (1) - VALVE, CYLINDER, GAS: ARGON, HELIUM, NITROGEN, NEON, XENON, AND KRYPTON (INERT-OIL FREE), OUTLET 677 (PRESSURES 5501 THROUGH 7500 PSIG (38000 THROUGH 51700 KPA) AT 120 DEGREES F (48.9 DEGREES C)) Organization: DLA
Date: 2006-09-29
NPFC - F-B-2909 - BURNERS, SINGLE: LIGHT OIL, GAS, AND LIGHT OIL-GAS COMBINATION FOR PACKAGED HEATING BOILERS (UP TO 320,000 BTU/HR THERMAL OUTPUT CAPACITY) Organization: NPFC
Date: 1997-08-18
Description: This specification covers single burners fired on gas, light oil, or a combination of gas and light oil designed for installation in a low pressure steam boiler or a low temperature hot water generator.
CEN - EN ISO 10440-2 - PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS INDUSTRIES - ROTARY-TYPE POSITIVE-DISPLACEMENT COMPRESSORS - PART 2: PACKAGED AIR COMPRESSORS (OIL-FREE) Organization: CEN
Date: 2001-12-01
Description: This part of ISO 10440 covers the minimum requirements for helical, spiral and straight-lobe, oil-free rotary compressors used for applications up to 0,20 MPa in refinery services. It is applicable to air (and other inert gas) compressors that are in continuous duty on process units.
ISO 10440-2 - PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS INDUSTRIES - ROTARY-TYPE POSITIVE-DISPLACEMENT COMPRESSORS - PART 2: PACKAGED AIR COMPRESSORS (OIL FREE) - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2001-12-01
Description: This part of ISO 10440 covers the minimum requirements for helical, spiral and straight-lobe, oil-free rotary compressors used for applications up to 0,20 MPa in refinery services. It is applicable to air (and other inert gas) compressors that are in continuous duty on process units.
ASHRAE - LO-09-091 - EMERGING APPLICATIONS IN CRYOGENICS—NITROGEN INJECTION FOR RESERVOIR ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: Here, this cost range of nitrogen mentioned above is the nitrogen generation cost (Cryogenic air separation or inert gas generation) compared to the natural gas price depending on pressure, quantities, and location.
SAE - J1616 - (R) STANDARD FOR COMPRESSED NATURAL GAS VEHICLE FUEL Organization: SAE
Date: 2016-05-01
Description: It can also contain nitrogen, water, carbon dioxide, oxygen, sulfur compounds and trace amounts of lubricating oil. At the retail outlet a warning agent, or odorant, is likely present in natural gas Experience with natural gas vehicles has grown considerably.
FMAPPROVAL 5580 - HYBRID (WATER AND INERT GAS) FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS Organization: FM
Date: 2012-11-01
Description: This application includes enclosures with machinery such as internal combustion engines (excluding engine test cells), oil pumps, oil tanks, fuel filters, generators (reference FM Global Datasheet 5-23), transformer vaults, gear boxes, drive shafts, lubrication skids, diesel engine driven generators, and other similar equipment using liquid hydrocarbon fuel and/or hydraulic, heat transfer, and lubrication fluids with volatilities less than of equal to heptane; enclosures with incidental use or storage of hydrocarbon ignitable liquids (also known as flammable liquids) of not more than two 55 gal (208 L) drums.
ASME PTC 3.3 - GASEOUS FUELS Organization: ASME
Date: 1969-01-01
Description: Such gases include coke oven or oil gas. (c) High-inert gases containing 50 per cent or more by volume of inert constitutents.
NBN - EN ISO 10370 - PRODUITS PÉTROLIERS - DÉTERMINATION DU RÉSIDU DE CARBONE - MÉTHODE MICRO (ISO 10370:1993) Organization: NBN
Date: 1995-11-24
Description: The principle of the method specified is placing a weighed aliquot of the oil sample in a glas vial, heating it to 500 °C under an inert (nitrogen) gas stream in a controlled manner for a specific time, sweeping away the volatiles formed during the reactions by the inert gas, weighing the carbonaceous residue remaining.
NAVY - MIL-S-24796 - SENSORS, ABSOLUTE PRESSURE, FIBER OPTIC (NAVAL SHIPBOARD USE) Organization: NAVY
Date: 1995-06-12
Description: 24796 - X - X - XXX - XX - X - X Specification Type Application Range Input Opto-Electronics Output Power Module 1.2.1.1 1.2.1.2 1.2.1.3 1.2.1.4 1.2.1.5 1.2.1.6 The sensor type shall be designated by the single letter symbol as follows: R - Pressure (absolute) The media to be measured shall be indicated as follows: A - Freshwater, condensate, steam, nitrogen, and other inert gases; and liquid hydrocarbons (fuel, lube oil) S - Seawater G - Flue gas and ammonia O - Oxygen Beneficial comments (recommendations, additions, deletions) and any pertinent data which may be of use in improving this document should be addressed to: Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command, SEA 03R42, 2431 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Arlington, VA 22242-5160, by using the Standardization Document Improvement Proposal (DD Form 1426) appearing at the end of this document or by letter.
NPFC - MIL-T-24742 - TRANSDUCER, PRESSURE AND DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE, MINIATURE (ELECTRICAL) (NAVAL SHIPBOARD USE) Organization: NPFC
Date: 1990-04-26
Description: The media pressure to be measured shall be indicated as follows: F - Freshwater, condensate, steam, nitrogen and other inert gases S - Seawater G - Flue gas and ammonia O - Oxygen H - Liquid hydrocarbons (for example: fuel oil, lube oil) The pressure range of the transducer shall be designated by two parts.
EPA - 40 CFR PART 117 - DETERMINATION OF REPORTABLE QUANTITIES FOR HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES Organization: EPA
Date: 2013-07-01
Description: .), or pursuant to the terms and conditions of an experimental use permit issued under section 5 of FIFRA, or pursuant to an exemption granted under section 18 of FIFRA; (d) In compliance with the regulations issued under section 3004 or with permit conditions issued pursuant to section 3005 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (90 Stat. 2795; 42 U.S.C. 6901); (e) In compliance with instructions of the On-Scene Coordinator pursuant to 40 CFR part 1510 (the National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Plan) or 33 CFR 153.10(e) (Pollution by Oil and Hazardous Substances) or in accordance with applicable removal regulations as required by section 311(j)(1)(A); (f) In compliance with a permit issued under § 165.7 of Title 14 of the State of California Administrative Code; (g) From a properly functioning inert gas system when used to provide inert gas to the cargo tanks of a vessel; (h) From a permitted source and are excluded by § 117.12 of this regulation; (i) To a POTW and are specifically excluded or reserved in § 117.13; or (j) In compliance with a permit issued under section 404(a) of the Clean Water Act or when the discharges are exempt from such requirements by section 404(f) or 404(r) of the Act (33 U.S.C. 1344(a), (f), (r)).
API RP 2009 - SAFE WELDING, CUTTING, AND HOT WORK PRACTICES IN THE PETROLEUM AND PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRIES - SEVENTH EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2002-02-01
Description: Additional guidance relating to welding equipment, techniques, processes and testing used in the chemical, oil, gas and pipeline industries is provided by API RP 582, API Std 1104 and API RP 1107.
AWS A6.0 - SAFE PRACTICES FOR WELDING AND CUTTING CONTAINERS THAT HAVE HELD COMBUSTIBLES Organization: AWS
Date: 1965-01-01
Description: (For information on cleaning such containers, consult the manufacturer or supplier of the solution. Remember that inert gas will not prevent or put out fires in such solutions, as the solutions themselves contain enough oxygen for supporting combustion.)

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