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EGSA - 100F

PERFORMANCE STANDARD FOR ENGINE PROTECTION SYSTEMS

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Organization: EGSA
Publication Date: 1 January 1992
Status: active
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This standard covers systems used to monitor various engine functions and to activate alarms and/or engine shutdown devices whenever predetermined operating variables are reached. Minimum points of protection include low lube oil pressure, high engine temperature, overspeed and over crank, and low coolant level. This protection applies to both manual and auto start systems.

Document History

100F
January 1, 1992
PERFORMANCE STANDARD FOR ENGINE PROTECTION SYSTEMS
This standard covers systems used to monitor various engine functions and to activate alarms and/or engine shutdown devices whenever predetermined operating variables are reached. Minimum points of...

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