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NEN-ISO 4266-1

Petroleum and liquid petroleum products - Measurement of level and temperature in storage tanks by automatic methods - Part 1: Measurement of level in atmospheric tanks

active, Most Current
Organization: NEN
Publication Date: 1 June 2023
Status: active
Page Count: 28
ICS Code (Volumetric equipment and measurements): 75.180.30
scope:

This document gives requirements and guidance on the accuracy, installation, commissioning, calibration and verification of automatic level gauges (ALGs). It applies to ALGs which are both intrusive and non-intrusive types, in fiscal/custody transfer applications for measuring the level of petroleum and petroleum products having a Reid vapour pressure less than 100 kPa, stored in atmospheric storage tanks.

This document is not applicable to the measurement of level in refrigerated storage tanks with ALG equipment.

Document History

NEN-ISO 4266-1
June 1, 2023
Petroleum and liquid petroleum products - Measurement of level and temperature in storage tanks by automatic methods - Part 1: Measurement of level in atmospheric tanks
This document gives requirements and guidance on the accuracy, installation, commissioning, calibration and verification of automatic level gauges (ALGs). It applies to ALGs which are both intrusive...
December 1, 2002
Petroleum and liquid petroleum products - Measurement of level and temperature in storage tanks by automatic methods - Part 1: Measurement of level in atmospheric tanks
This part of ISO 4266 gives guidance on the accuracy, installation, commissioning, calibration and verification of automatic level gauges (ALGs), of both intrusive and non-intrusive types, for...

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