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CSA/AM - ANSI HGV 3.1

Fuel system components for compressed hydrogen gas powered vehicles

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Organization: CSA/AM
Publication Date: 1 March 2013
Status: inactive
Page Count: 73
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This standard establishes requirements for newly produced compressed hydrogen gas fuel system components, intended for use on hydrogen gas powered vehicles as listed below:

• check valves;

• manual valves;

• manual container valves;

• automatic valves;

• gas injectors;

• pressure indicators;

• pressure regulator;

• pressure relief valves;

• pressure relief devices;

• excess flow valves;

• gas tight housing and ventilation lines and passages;

• rigid fuel lines;

• flexible fuel lines;

• filter housing;

• fittings; and

• discharge line closures.

Note: It is recognized that other components not specifically covered herein can be examined to meet the criteria of HGV 3.1 and tested according to the appropriate functional needs.

Document History

February 1, 2015
Fuel system components for compressed hydrogen gas powered vehicles
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February 1, 2015
Fuel system components for compressed hydrogen gas powered vehicles
This Standard establishes requirements for newly produced compressed hydrogen gas fuel system components, intended for use on hydrogen gas powered vehicles as listed below: a) check valves; b)...
ANSI HGV 3.1
March 1, 2013
Fuel system components for compressed hydrogen gas powered vehicles
This standard establishes requirements for newly produced compressed hydrogen gas fuel system components, intended for use on hydrogen gas powered vehicles as listed below: • check valves; • manual...

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