Find the standard you are looking for at Engineering360. Documents are available for purchase from the IHS Standards Store.

1 - 12 of 12 results

NPFC - MIL-DTL-11733 - CYLINDER, COMPRESSED GAS: AMMONIA, WITH VALVE (DOT 4AA480) Organization: NPFC
ARMY - MS39219 REV B CANC - CYLINDER, COMPRESSED GAS: ICC SPECIFICATION 4AA-480, AMMONIA Organization: ARMY
Date: 1975-06-23
BIS - IS 8198: PART 7 - CODE OF PRACTICE FOR STEEL CYLINDERS FOR COMPRESSED GASES PART 7 AMMONIA GAS Organization: BIS
Date: 1988-01-01
UL 565 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY LIQUID-LEVEL GAUGES FOR ANHYDROUS AMMONIA AND LP-GAS - SIXTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING FEBRUARY 23, 2018 Organization: UL
Date: 2013-09-13
Description: These requirements cover liquid-level gauges for anhydrous ammonia and liquefied petroleum gas (LP-Gas) for use with pressure vessels in nonrefrigerated systems in installations covered by the following American National Standards and others: a) Compressed Gas Association, CGA G-2.1.
UL 1477 OUTLINE - UL OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR COMPRESSED GAS SHUTOFF VALVES - ISSUE 4 Organization: UL
Date: 2014-07-25
Description: These requirements cover manually operated shutoff and metering valves used in compressed and fuel gas piping systems, including manifolds, and with equipment and appliances as defined herein, other than those for anhydrous ammonia and are usually designated as gas-line service valves. Shutoff valves covered by these requirements are for use in systems and facilities where complete shutoff is required.
UL 1358 OUTLINE - UL OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR COMPRESSED GAS CHECK VALVES AND HOSE COUPLERS - ISSUE 3 Organization: UL
Date: 2015-04-03
Description: These requirements cover backpressure and other types of check valves and hose couplers for compressed gases other than for liquefied petroleum gas (LP-Gas) in applications covered by NFPA 58, or anhydrous ammonia.
NFPA 54 - NATIONAL FUEL GAS CODE - EFFECTIVE DATE: 9/6/2017 Organization: NFPA
Date: 2018-01-01
Description: Δ 1.1.1.2 This code shall not apply to the following items: (1) Portable LP-Gas appliances and equipment of all types that are not connected to a fixed fuel piping system (2) Installation of appliances such as brooders, dehydrators, dryers, and irrigation equipment used for agricultural purposes (3) Raw material (feedstock) applications except for piping to special atmosphere generators (4) Oxygen–fuel gas cutting and welding systems (5) Industrial gas applications using such gases as acetylene and acetylenic compounds, hydrogen, ammonia, carbon monoxide, oxygen, and nitrogen (6) Petroleum refineries, pipeline compressor or pumping stations, loading terminals, compounding plants, refinery tank farms, and natural gas processing plants (7) Large integrated chemical plants or portions of such plants where flammable or combustible liquids or gases are produced by chemical reactions or used in chemical reactions (8) LP-Gas installations at utility gas plants (9) Liquefied natural gas (LNG) installations (10) Fuel gas piping in electric utility power plants (11) Proprietary items of equipment, apparatus, or instruments such as gas generating sets, compressors, and calorimeters (12) LP-Gas equipment for vaporization, gas mixing, and gas manufacturing (13) LP-Gas piping for buildings under construction or renovations that is not to become part of the permanent building piping system — that is, temporary fixed piping for building heat (14) Installation of LP-Gas systems for railroad switch heating (15) Installation of LP-Gas and compressed natural gas (CNG) systems on vehicles (16) Gas piping, meters, gas pressure regulators, and other appurtenances used by the serving gas supplier in distribution of gas, other than undiluted LP-Gas (17) Building design and construction, except as specified herein (18) Fuel gas systems on recreational vehicles manufactured in accordance with NFPA 1192 (19) Fuel gas systems using hydrogen as a fuel (20) Construction of appliances Other Standards.
ICC I-CODE IFGC - I-CODES: IFGC - INTERNATIONAL FUEL GAS CODE Organization: ICC
Date: 2018-01-01
Description: Oxygen-fuel gas cutting and welding systems. 5. Industrial gas applications using gases such as acetylene and acetylenic compounds, hydrogen, ammonia, carbon monoxide, oxygen and nitrogen.
CGA/GAS - CGA S-1.3 - PRESSURE RELIEF DEVICE STANDARDS PART 3—STATIONARY STORAGE CONTAINERS FOR COMPRESSED GASES - EIGHTH EDITION Organization: CGA/GAS
Date: 2008-01-01
Description: The container PRDs shall also meet the requirements of this publication, except containers for liquefied petroleum gas and anhydrous ammonia shall use PRDs meeting the applicable requirements of the following two standards:     – NFPA 58, Liquefied Petroleum Gas Code [3]; and    – CGA G-2.1, American National Standard Safety Requirements for the Storage and Handling of Anhydrous Ammonia (ANSI K61.1) [4].
UL 1769 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY CYLINDER VALVES - FIFTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING APRIL 27, 2016 Organization: UL
Date: 2015-06-25
Description: Gas-line shut-off valves, other shutoff valves used on ASME containers, filler valves, excess flow check valves, for use with liquefied petroleum gases or anhydrous ammonia are covered by the requirements in the Standard for Flow Control Valves for Anhydrous Ammonia and LP-Gas, UL 125. Gas-line shut-off valves for use with flammable gases are covered by the requirements in the Standard for Valves for Flammable Fluids, UL 842.
UL 536 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY FLEXIBLE METALLIC HOSE - TENTH EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2014-12-05
Description: These requirements cover flexible metallic hose having a nominal inside diameter of not more than 4 inches intended for use in piping systems carrying compressed gases, such as anhydrous ammonia, and combustible fuel gases such as natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, propane, and butane, at pressures not exceeding 500 psig (3.45 MPa) and temperatures not greater than 450°F (232°C) or lower than minus 40°F (minus 40°C).
ASME PTC 53 - MECHANICAL AND THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS Organization: ASME
Date: 2018-02-26
Description: ., molten salt or thermal fluids and oils) (b) compression media, such as compressed air or springs (c) gravitational media, such as pumped hydromechanical energy or railcars on inclines (d) chemical media, such as hydrogen or ammonia reactions (e) kinetic media, such as flywheels (f) electrolytic media, such as flow batteries This Code provides methods to measure energy and material flows to and from an ESS that are relevant to assessment of ESS performance.

1 - 12 of 12 results