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CEN - EN 15208

Tanks for transport of dangerous goods - Sealed parcel delivery systems - Working principles and interface specifications

active, Most Current
Organization: CEN
Publication Date: 1 May 2014
Status: active
Page Count: 74
ICS Code (Vessels and containers mounted on vehicles): 23.020.20
scope:

This European Standard is applicable to sealed parcel delivery systems used with transport tanks and specifies the performance requirements, critical safety aspects, data transfer methods between loading gantries and transport tank, transport tank and delivery points, other optional communications and tests to provide functional and compatible systems.

Sealed parcel delivery systems covered by this European Standard is for bottom loaded transport tanks.

The systems specified by this European Standard are suitable for use with liquid petroleum products and other dangerous substances of Class 3 of ADR which have a vapour pressure not exceeding 110 kPa at 50 °C and petrol, and which have no sub-classification as toxic or corrosive.

Document History

EN 15208
May 1, 2014
Tanks for transport of dangerous goods - Sealed parcel delivery systems - Working principles and interface specifications
This European Standard is applicable to sealed parcel delivery systems used with transport tanks and specifies the performance requirements, critical safety aspects, data transfer methods between...
April 1, 2007
Tanks for transport of dangerous goods - Sealed parcel delivery systems - Working principles and interface specifications
This European Standard is applicable to sealed parcel delivery systems used with transport tanks and specifies the performance requirements, critical safety aspects, data transfer methods between...

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