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LUL - S1187

Index of zone and component codes for rolling stock

active, Most Current
Organization: LUL
Publication Date: 1 October 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 6
scope:

The expected users of this standard are those preparing rolling stock maintenance documentation, both within London Underground (LU), Tramlink and third party suppliers.

This standard is to be used for consistency of approach when referencing rolling stock parts and systems.

Purpose

The purpose of this standard is to define the system for referencing and indexing physical parts of rolling stock and the rolling stock continuous improvement process assessment criteria.

 

Document History

S1187
October 1, 2017
Index of zone and component codes for rolling stock
The expected users of this standard are those preparing rolling stock maintenance documentation, both within London Underground (LU), Tramlink and third party suppliers. This standard is to be used...
January 1, 2012
Index of Components for Rolling Stock
This Standard may also be used to reference rolling stock systems. Attachments to this standard define the accepted methods of recording the position of vehicle components within the vehicle...
March 1, 2011
Index of components for Rolling Stock
This Standard may also be used to reference rolling stock systems. Attachments to this standard define the accepted methods of recording the position of vehicle components within the vehicle...
June 1, 2008
Index of components for Rolling Stock
This Standard may also be used to reference rolling stock systems. Attachments to this standard define the accepted methods of recording the position of vehicle components within the vehicle...

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