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GMW15349

Low Permeability Fuel Filler Hose

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Organization: GMW
Publication Date: 1 September 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 14
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Purpose.

This standard covers the material requirements of fuel filler and fuel filler vent hoses (coupled or uncoupled), for use with gasoline fuel in automotive fuel systems.

Note: Fuel filler hoses for diesel and biodiesel applications are specified in GMW15605.

For use in non-conductive environments, all layers of the hose must be non-conductive. Conductivity or non-conductivity of filler hose constructions A, B, C, I, J and K must be specified on part drawing. Filler hose constructions D, E, F, G and H are conductive, and must meet the conductivity requirements of Appendix A, Table A2.

The material content of the hose, permeability and stiffness of the hose are defined by the Construction and Reinforcement designations for the hose. The Construction and Reinforcement designations for the hose together define the "Type" for the hose. Hoses of construction A, B, C, F, G and H are suitable for applications subjected to maximum continuous operation temperatures of +90 °C with intermittent operation at temperatures up to +110 °C maximum. Hoses of construction D, E J and K are suitable for applications subjected to maximum continuous operating temperatures of +100 °C with intermittent operation at temperatures up to +125 °C maximum. Hoses of construction I are suitable for applications subjected to maximum continuous operating temperatures of +125 °C with intermittent operation at temperatures up to +150 °C maximum. In general, lower fuel permeating hose constructions result in stiffer and less flexible hoses.

Document History

GMW15349
September 1, 2019
Low Permeability Fuel Filler Hose
Purpose. This standard covers the material requirements of fuel filler and fuel filler vent hoses (coupled or uncoupled), for use with gasoline fuel in automotive fuel systems. Note: Fuel filler...
July 1, 2016
Low Permeability Fuel Filler Hose
Introduction Note: Nothing in this standard supercedes applicable laws and regulations. Note: In the event of conflict between the English and domestic language, the English language shall take...
November 1, 2014
Low Permeability Fuel Filler Hose
Purpose. This standard covers the material requirements of fuel filler and fuel filler vent hoses (coupled or uncoupled), for use with gasoline fuel in automotive fuel systems. Note: Fuel filler...
February 1, 2009
Low Permeability Fuel Filler Hose
This standard covers the material requirements of hoses (coupled or uncoupled), for use with gasoline or diesel fuel in automotive fuel systems, including fuel filler and fuel filler vent...

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