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NFPA 54 - NATIONAL FUEL GAS CODE - EFFECTIVE DATE: 9/3/2014 Organization: NFPA
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: This code shall not apply to the following items (reference standards for some of which appear in Annex K): (1) Portable LP-Gas appliances and equipment of all types that are not connected to a fixed fuel piping system (2) Installation of appliances such as brooders, dehydrators, dryers, and irrigation equipment used for agricultural purposes (3) Raw material (feedstock) applications except for piping to special atmosphere generators (4) Oxygen–fuel gas cutting and welding systems (5) Industrial gas applications using such gases as acetylene and acetylenic compounds, hydrogen, ammonia, carbon monoxide, oxygen, and nitrogen (6) Petroleum refineries, pipeline compressor or pumping stations, loading terminals, compounding plants, refinery tank farms, and natural gas processing plants (7) Large integrated chemical plants or portions of such plants where flammable or combustible liquids or gases are produced by chemical reactions or used in chemical reactions (8) LP-Gas installations at utility gas plants (9) Liquefied natural gas (LNG) installations (10) Fuel gas piping in electric utility power plants (11) Proprietary items of equipment, apparatus, or instruments such as gas generating sets, compressors, and calorimeters (12) LP-Gas equipment for vaporization, gas mixing, and gas manufacturing (13) LP-Gas piping for buildings under construction or renovations that is not to become part of the permanent building piping system—that is, temporary fixed piping for building heat (14) Installation of LP-Gas systems for railroad switch heating (15) Installation of LP-Gas and compressed natural gas (CNG) systems on vehicles (16) Gas piping, meters, gas pressure regulators, and other appurtenances used by the serving gas supplier in distribution of gas, other than undiluted LP-Gas (17) Building design and construction, except as specified herein (18) Fuel gas systems on recreational vehicles manufactured in accordance with NFPA 1192, Standard on Recreational Vehicles (19) Fuel gas systems using hydrogen as a fuel (20) Construction of appliances Other Standards.
ASTM C1751 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR SAMPLING RADIOACTIVE TANK WASTE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2011-06-01
Description: 2 Vapor sampling of the head-space is not included in this guide because it does not significantly affect slurry retrieval, pipeline transport, plugging, or mixing. The values stated in inch-pound units are to be regarded as standard.
SAE AMS3277 - (R) SEALING COMPOUND, POLYTHIOETHER RUBBER FAST CURING FOR INTEGRAL FUEL TANKS AND GENERAL PURPOSE, INTERMITTENT USE TO 360 °F (182 °C) Organization: SAE
Date: 2015-12-01
Description: Application This product has been used in aircraft integral fuel tanks for repair of fillet and fastener seals and faying surface seals as well as initial sealing of faying surfaces, overcoating of fasteners, and sealing of seams and joints, for service from -80 to +320 °F (-62 to +160 °C), with short-term recurring exposures (approximately 6 hours) up to 360 °F (182 °C) but usage is not limited to such applications.
ULC CAN-S615 - STANDARD FOR FIBRE REINFORCED PLASTIC UNDERGROUND TANKS FOR FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS - THIRD EDITION Organization: ULC
Date: 2014-10-01
Description: This Standard sets forth minimum design and construction requirements for fibre reinforced plastic, non-pressure tanks that are used for the underground storage of flammable and combustible liquids, such as: A Petroleum products, including petroleum hydrocarbon fuels with low bio-blends, per specifications, and similar flammable or combustible liquid petroleum derivatives, such as fuel components (cetane, hexane, heptane), and oils (lubricating, hydraulic, machine); B Oxygenated fuel blends, including all ²petroleum product² liquids; plus petroleum hydrocarbon fuels with low-biofuels blends; C Oxygenates, including all "petroleum product" and ²oxygenated fuel blends² liquids; plus pure/ denatured or highest oxygenated blend stocks for use in mixing of dispensed lower fuel-blends and components, such as biodiesel and ethanol; and D Other flammable and combustible liquids that can be demonstrated to be compatible with the reinforced plastic underground tank materials.
ULC - CAN/ULC-S669-14 - STANDARD FOR INTERNAL RETROFIT SYSTEMS FOR UNDERGROUND TANKS FOR FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ULC
Date: 2014-10-01
Description: This system may provide a primary containment of stored fuels and utilizes the host tank as secondary containment of stored fuels with interstitial monitoring, or the system may provide both primary containment and secondary containment of stored fuels with interstitial monitoring independent of the host tank.
SAE AIR790 - (R) CONSIDERATIONS ON ICE FORMATION IN AIRCRAFT FUEL SYSTEMS Organization: SAE
Date: 2006-08-01
Description: Therefore, to get a reliable conditioning of fuel, samples should be taken and mixing of fuel and water should be accomplished before lowering the temperature further.
API RP 1637 - USING THE API COLOR-SYMBOL SYSTEM TO MARK EQUIPMENT AND VEHICLES FOR PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION AT GASOLINE DISPENSING FACILITIES AND DISTRIBUTION TERMINALS - THIRD EDITION; INCORPORATED ERRATA: 1/2007 Organization: API
Date: 2006-07-01
Description: The marking system described in this recommended practice does not cover aviation fuels. Marking systems for aviation fuels are described in API/IP Standard 1542, Identification Markings for Dedicated Aviation Fuel Manufacturing and Distribution Facilities, Airport Storage and Mobile Fuelling Equipment.
API 45552 - EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT FOR MARKETING AND MARINE DISTRIBUTION WORKERS IN THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY WITH POTENTIAL EXPOSURE TO GASOLINE Organization: API
Date: 1994-01-01
Description: Because the saturated vapor pressures of a series of similar substances, such as aliphatic hydrocarbons, decline with increasing molecular weight, the lower saturation concentrations of higher molecular weight petroleum liquids, such as diesel fuel, limit the quantity of total hydrocarbon vapors that may be swept from a tank when it is filled.
CPC - CEMENT MANUFACTURER'S HAN - CEMENT MANUFACTURER'S HANDBOOK Organization: CPC
Date: 1979-04-07
Description: KILN FEED MIX CALCULATIONS 2.01 CaC03 Required to Obtain a Given C3S in the Clinker 2.02 Two Component Mix Calculations 2.03 Three Component Mix Calculations 2.04 Four Component Mix Calculations 2.05 Determination of Chemical Composition Chapter 3.
API PUBL 4191 - EFFECTS OF OIL AND CHEMICALLY DISPERSED OIL ON SELECTED MARINE BIOTA — A LABORATORY STUDY Organization: API
Date: 1973-11-01
Description: The bioassay studies reported here have for the most part only considered oil per se, and no studies have been carried out using individual or separated components. Two methods were considered for mixing the oil with the seawater in the test bioassays.

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