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ISO 19013-1

Rubber hoses and tubing for fuel circuits for internal combustion engines - Specification - Part 1: Diesel fuels

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 July 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 22
ICS Code (Internal combustion engines): 27.020
ICS Code (Hoses): 83.140.40
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This document specifies the requirements for rubber tubing and hoses used in diesel fuel circuits for internal combustion engines. The diesel fuels covered include "bio-diesels" which consist of the methyl ester of rape seed oil at levels up to 20 % by volume in conventional diesel fuels.

This document can also be applied as a classification system to enable original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to detail a "line call-out" of tests for specific applications where these are not covered by the main types specified (see example in Annex E). In this case, the hose or tubing would not carry any marking showing the number of this document but can detail the OEM's own identification markings as shown on their part drawings.

Document History

ISO 19013-1
July 1, 2019
Rubber hoses and tubing for fuel circuits for internal combustion engines - Specification - Part 1: Diesel fuels
This document specifies the requirements for rubber tubing and hoses used in diesel fuel circuits for internal combustion engines. The diesel fuels covered include “bio-diesels” which consist of the...
March 15, 2005
Rubber hoses and tubing for fuel circuits for internal combustion engines Specification Part 1: Diesel fuels
This part of ISO 19013 specifies the requirements for rubber tubing and hoses used in diesel fuel circuits for internal combustion engines. The diesel fuels covered include "bio-diesels" which...

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