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NASA-LLIS-0250 - LESSONS LEARNED - PRESSURE TESTING OF PIPING SYSTEMS Organization: NASA
Date: 1993-10-07
Description: The pipe section had an expansion bellows mounted on the end that was not restrained and under nitrogen gas pressure the bellows ruptured injuring several employees.
NFPA - 56F - NONFLAMMABLE MEDICAL GAS SYSTEMS Organization: NFPA
Date: 1983-01-01
Description: This standard applies to the installation and testing of nonflammable medical gas piping systems in any facility. Nonflammable medical gases include, but are not limited to, oxygen, nitrous oxide, medical compressed air, carbon dioxide, helium, nitrogen and mixtures of such gases when used for medical purposes.
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.
VA - FED H-08-1 SEC 15491 - MEDICAL GAS AND VACUUM SYSTEMS Organization: VA
Date: 2005-04-01
Description: DESCRIPTIONCentral Medical Gas and Vacuum Systems: Consisting of oxygen, nitrous oxide, nitrogen, compressed air, vacuum and anesthesia evacuation services; complete, ready for operation, including all necessary piping, fittings, valves, cabinets, station outlets and inlets, rough-ins, ceiling services, gages, alarms including low voltage wiring, nitrogen control panels, cylinder manifolds, air compressors, vacuum pumps, electric motors and starters, receivers, air dryers, filters, pressure regulators, dew point, carbon monoxide monitors and all necessary parts, accessories, connections and equipment. 
AGA - ANSI Z223.1 HANDBOOK - NATIONAL FUEL GAS CODE HANDBOOK - EIGHTH EDITION; Z223112H Organization: AGA
Date: 2012-01-01
Description: Some contractual arrangements also limit the carbon dioxide content and water content of natural gas. Manufactured gas was the first fuel gas distributed in piping systems in cities.
CSA Z7396.1 - MEDICAL GAS PIPELINE SYSTEMS - PART 1: PIPELINES FOR MEDICAL GASES, MEDICAL VACUUM, MEDICAL SUPPORT GASES, AND ANAESTHETIC GAS SCAVENGING SYSTEMS - THIRD EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2012-12-01
Description: This Standard applies to pipeline systems for (a) medical gases or medical gas mixtures, including (i) oxygen USP; (ii) oxygen 93 USP; (iii) medical air USP; (iv) nitrous oxide USP; (v) carbon dioxide USP; (vi) helium USP; (vii) oxygen USP/nitrous oxide USP mixtures; (viii) helium USP/oxygen USP mixtures; and (ix)* other medical gases; (b)* medical support gases, including (i) instrument air; and (ii) nitrogen NF; (c) medical vacuum; and (d) anaesthetic gas scavenging systems (AGSSs).
CGA/GAS - CGA P-18 - STANDARD FOR BULK INERT GAS SYSTEMS - FOURTH EDITION Organization: CGA/GAS
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: These bulk supply systems are an assembly of storage containers, pressure regulators, pressure relief devices (PRDs), vaporizers, manifolds, interconnecting piping, and, where present, liquid transfer equipment. The inert gases are stored as gas or liquid in either stationary or portable containers.
VA 22 63 00 - GAS SYSTEMS FOR LABORATORY AND HEALTHCARE FACILITIES Organization: VA
Date: 2010-12-01
Description: Central Laboratory and Healthcare Gas Systems: Consisting of oxygen, nitrous oxide, nitrogen, and compressed air services; complete, ready for operation, including all necessary piping, fittings, valves, cabinets, station outlets, rough-ins, ceiling services, gages, alarms including low voltage wiring, nitrogen control panels, cylinder manifolds, air compressors, electric motors and starters, air dryers, filters, pressure regulators, dew point, carbon monoxide monitors and all necessary parts, accessories, connections and equipment. // Match existing station outlet and inlet terminal connections.
NACE 41013 - STATE-OF-THE-ART REPORT: EXTERNAL CORROSION, ASSESSMENT, AND CONTROL OF BURIED PIPING SYSTEMS IN NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS - ITEM NO. 24252 Organization: NACE
Date: 2013-12-01
Description: Additionally, other systems that carry gases, such as oxygen, hydrogen, and nitrogen, may be buried. The following is a list of events from the U.S.
API RP 1110 - RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR THE PRESSURE TESTING OF STEEL PIPELINES FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF GAS, PETROLEUM GAS, HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS, HIGHLY VOLATILE LIQUIDS OR CARBON DIOXIDE - SIXTH EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2013-02-01
Description: This RP does not address piping systems that are pressure tested with natural gas, nitrogen, or air.
NBN - EN 14620-1 - DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE OF SITE BUILT, VERTICAL, CYLINDRICAL, FLAT-BOTTOMED STEEL TANKS FOR THE STORAGE OF REFRIGERATED, LIQUEFIED GASES WITH OPERATING TEMPERATURES BETWEEN 0 °C AND -165 °C - PART 1: GENERAL Organization: NBN
Date: 2006-11-03
Description: The tanks for the storage of liquefied oxygen, nitrogen and argon are excluded.The tanks are used to store large volumes of hydrocarbon products and ammonia with low temperature boiling points, generally called “Refrigerated Liquefied Gases” (RLG’s).
NBN - EN 14620-1 - DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE OF SITE BUILT, VERTICAL, CYLINDRICAL, FLAT-BOTTOMED STEEL TANKS FOR THE STORAGE OF REFRIGERATED, LIQUEFIED GASES WITH OPERATING TEMPERATURES BETWEEN 0 °C AND -165 °C - PART 1: GENERAL Organization: NBN
Date: 2006-11-03
Description: The tanks for the storage of liquefied oxygen, nitrogen and argon are excluded.The tanks are used to store large volumes of hydrocarbon products and ammonia with low temperature boiling points, generally called “Refrigerated Liquefied Gases” (RLG’s).
BSI - BS EN 14620-1 - DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE OF SITE BUILT, VERTICAL, CYLINDRICAL, FLAT-BOTTOMED STEEL TANKS FOR THE STORAGE OF REFRIGERATED, LIQUEFIED GASES WITH OPERATING TEMPERATURES BETWEEN 0 °C AND -165 °C - PART 1: GENERAL Organization: BSI
Date: 2006-12-29
Description: The tanks for the storage of liquefied oxygen, nitrogen and argon are excluded. The tanks are used to store large volumes of hydrocarbon products and ammonia with low temperature boiling points, generally called "Refrigerated Liquefied Gases" (RLG's).
DS/EN 14620-1 - DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE OF SITE BUILT, VERTICAL, CYLINDRICAL, FLAT-BOTTOMED STEEL TANKS FOR THE STORAGE OF REFRIGERATED, LIQUEFIED GASES WITH OPERATING TEMPERATURES BETWEEN 0 °C AND -165 °C - PART 1: GENERAL Organization: DS
Date: 2007-01-09
Description: The tanks for thestorage of liquefied oxygen, nitrogen and argon are excluded.The tanks are used to store large volumes of hydrocarbon products and ammonia with lowtemperature boiling points, generally called "Refrigerated Liquefied Gases" (RLG's).
NASA-LLIS-0441 - LESSONS LEARNED - CONTAMINATION OF THE MARS OBSERVER SPACECRAFT BY ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONING (1992) Organization: NASA
Date: 1996-08-23
Description: Abstract: The exterior of MO was found to be dirty after the spacecraft had been mated to the launch vehicle. The air conditioning piping or the nitrogen purge system were the likely sources of the contamination.
API STD 1104 - WELDING OF PIPELINES AND RELATED FACILITIES - TWENTY-FIRST EDITION; ERTA 1: APRIL 2014; ERTA 2: JUNE 2014; ERTA 3: JULY 2014; ERTA 4: NOVEMBER 2015; ADD 1: JULY 2014; ADD 2: MAY 2016 Organization: API
Date: 2013-09-01
Description: This standard covers the gas and arc welding of butt, fillet, and socket welds in carbon and low-alloy steel piping used in the compression, pumping, and transmission of crude petroleum, petroleum products, fuel gases, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, and where applicable, covers welding on distribution systems.
NBN - EN 14620-1 - CONCEPTION ET FABRICATION DE RÉSERVOIRS EN ACIER À FOND PLAT, VERTICAUX, CYLINDRIQUES, CONSTRUITS SUR SITE, DESTINÉS AU STOCKAGE DE GAZ RÉFRIGÉRÉS, LIQUÉFIÉS, DONT LES TEMPÉRATURES DE SERVICE SONT COMPRISES ENTRE 0° C ET –165° C - PARTIE 1: GÉNÉRALITÉS Organization: NBN
Date: 2006-11-03
Description: The tanks for the storage of liquefied oxygen, nitrogen and argon are excluded.The tanks are used to store large volumes of hydrocarbon products and ammonia with low temperature boiling points, generally called “Refrigerated Liquefied Gases” (RLG’s).
MSS SP 121 - QUALIFICATION TESTING METHODS FOR STEM PACKING FOR RISING STEM STEEL VALVES Organization: MSS
Date: 2006-01-01
Description: Some of the procedures identified in detail use water and steam as test fluids, but air or nitrogen may also be used with appropriate modifications in testing and data acquisition methods.
API SPEC 16D - SPECIFICATION FOR CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR DRILLING WELL CONTROL EQUIPMENT AND CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR DIVERTER EQUIPMENT - SECOND EDITION; EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2005 Organization: API
Date: 2004-07-01
Description: For surface control systems, a reserve supply of pressurized nitrogen gas can serve as a backup means to operate functions in the event that the pump system power supply is lost.

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