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API STD 1584

Four-Inch Hydrant System Components and Arrangements

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Organization: API
Publication Date: 1 January 1994
Status: inactive
Page Count: 28
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1 Scope

1.1 GENERAL

This document establishes the standards for dimensions, coupling action, activation, and other requirements to achieve full interchangeability between components of various manufacturers of hydrant pit valves and couplers. This document also provides other optional features which component manufacturers should consider if they are to satisfy the full scope of users' requirements.

1.2 ORGANIZATION

If complete interchangeability is to be attained, certain features of the mating components must be standardized. Other features, although desirable, are not so critical, but should be pointed out to assist manufacturers in the design of these components.

There are other components within the hydrant pit which are so closely associated with the hydrant valve and coupler that good design practice suggests these components and the hydrant valve and coupler be covered at the same time if the purpose and scope of this document are to be met.

Section 4 covers those features of the hydrant components which are mandatory as well as those which are optional. They will be listed as "Mandatory Items" and "Optional Items" respectively. Section 6 describes typical arrangements of the hydrant valve assembly components and their function.

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February 1, 2007
Four-inch hydrant system components and arrangements
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February 1, 2007
Four-Inch Hydrant System Components and Arrangements
General This publication specifies dimensions, coupling action, activation, and other requirements to achieve the necessary operational requirements and full interchangeability between components...
API STD 1584
January 1, 1994
Four-Inch Hydrant System Components and Arrangements
1 Scope 1.1 GENERAL This document establishes the standards for dimensions, coupling action, activation, and other requirements to achieve full interchangeability between components of various...
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