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VDI 3293 - PARAMETERS OF PNEUMATIC APPLIANCES FOR CONTROL SYSTEMS; NON-RETURN VALVES Organization: VDI
Date: 1962-11-01
ISO 19973-5 - PNEUMATIC FLUID POWER - ASSESSMENT OF COMPONENT RELIABILITY BY TESTING - PART 5: NON-RETURN VALVES, SHUTTLE VALVES, DUAL PRESSURE VALVES (AND FUNCTION), ONEWAY ADJUSTABLE FLOW CONTROL VALVES, QUICK-EXHAUST VALVES - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2015-09-01
Description: This part of ISO 19973 provides test procedures for assessing the reliability of the following types of pneumatic valves: — non-return (check) valves; — pilot-operated non-return valves; — shuttle valves; — dual pressure valves (AND function); — one-way adjustable flow control valves; — quick-exhaust valves by testing and the methods of reporting the results of testing.
ISO DIS 19973-5 - PNEUMATIC FLUID POWER - ASSESSMENT OF COMPONENT RELIABILITY BY TESTING - PART 5: NON-RETURN VALVES, SHUTTLE VALVES, DUAL PRESSURE VALVES, ONE-WAY ADJUSTABLE FLOW CONTROL VALVES, QUICK-EXHAUST VALVES Organization: ISO
ISO FDIS 19973-5 - PNEUMATIC FLUID POWER - ASSESSMENT OF COMPONENT RELIABILITY BY TESTING - PART 5: NON-RETURN VALVES, SHUTTLE VALVES, DUAL PRESSURE VALVES (AND FUNCTION), ONE-WAY ADJUSTABLE FLOW CONTROL VALVES, QUICK-EXHAUST VALVES Organization: ISO
BSI - BS ISO 19973-5 - PNEUMATIC FLUID POWER - ASSESSMENT OF COMPONENT RELIABILITY BY TESTING PART 5: NON-RETURN VALVES, SHUTTLE VALVES, DUAL PRESSURE VALVES (AND FUNCTION), ONE-WAY ADJUSTABLE FLOW CONTROL VALVES, QUICK-EXHAUST VALVES Organization: BSI
Date: 2015-09-30
CEN - PREN 12094-13 - FIXED FIREFIGHTING SYSTEMS - COMPONENTS FOR GAS EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS - PART 13: REQUIREMENTS AND TEST METHODS FOR CHECK VALVES AND NON-RETURN VALVES Organization: CEN
Date: 2016-05-01
Description: This European Standard is applicable to check valves installed between container valve and manifold and non-return valves installed in pilot lines, except those valves which are tested in combination with non-electrical control devices.
ISO 16003 - COMPONENTS FOR FIRE-EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS USING GAS — REQUIREMENTS AND TEST METHODS — CONTAINER VALVE ASSEMBLIES AND THEIR ACTUATORS; SELECTOR VALVES AND THEIR ACTUATORS; NOZZLES; FLEXIBLE AND RIGID CONNECTORS; AND CHECK VALVES AND NON-RETURN VALVES - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2008-09-01
Description: This International Standard specifies requirements and describes test methods for the following components used in gaseous fire-extinguishing systems: container valve assemblies, which include container valve, actuator and, if applicable, a diptube; selector valves and their actuators; agent distribution nozzles; flexible connectors; and check and non-return valves. Container valve assemblies are designed to control the extinguishant flow from the container to the distribution pipe work.
API RP 553 - REFINERY VALVES AND ACCESSORIES FOR CONTROL AND SAFETY INSTRUMENTED SYSTEMS - SECOND EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2012-10-01
Description:   This document provides recommended criteria for the selection, specification, and application of piston (i.e. double-acting and spring-return) and diaphragm-actuated (spring-return) control valves. Control valve design considerations are outlined such as valve selection, material selection, flow characteristic evaluation, and valve accessories.
TSE - TS ISO 11727 - PNEUMATIC FLUID POWER - IDENTIFICATION OF PORTS AND CONTROL MECHANISMS OF CONTROL VALVES AND OTHER COMPONENTS Organization: TSE
Date: 2010-03-23
Description: This standard includes rules for identifying and marking - portsin pneumatic directional control valves, electrical leads forsolenoids, control mechanisms of directional control valves, portsand/or flow path directions in filters, regulators, lubricators,non-return (check) valves, flow control valves and other ancillarydevices.
UL 125 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY FLOW CONTROL VALVES FOR ANHYDROUS AMMONIA AND LP-GAS - NINTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING JANUARY 12, 2018 Organization: UL
Date: 2014-03-19
Description: These requirements cover the following types of anhydrous ammonia and liquefied petroleum gas (LP-Gas) valves that are used to control the flow of liquid and/or vapor into and out of containers, or in piping systems between containers, or between containers and utilization equipment, and are for use at temperatures within the range of minus 40°F (minus 40°C) to 130°F (55°C): a) Shutoff Valves (primary or secondary, and manual or automatic), b) Excess Flow Valves, c) Back Pressure Check Valves, d) Filler Valves, e) Vapor Return Valves, f) Actuated Liquid Withdrawal Excess-Flow Valves, g) Multiple function valves, h) Internal valve, i) Emergency shutoff valve, j) Lever operated transfer valve and k) LP-Gas Hose Nozzle Valve.
(NFPA) - NFPA T3.5.1 - HYDRAULIC FLUID POWER – VALVES – MOUNTING SURFACES - THIRD EDITION Organization: (NFPA)
Date: 2002-02-14
Description: 1.1 This standard includes mounting surfaces for the following: - non-return (check) valves; - compensated flow control valves; - directional control valves; - pilot operated non-return (check) valves; - pressure control valves; - pressure relief valves; - sequence valves; - throttle valves; and - unloading valves.
ISA TR96.05.01 - PARTIAL STROKE TESTING OF AUTOMATED BLOCK VALVES Organization: ISA
Date: 2008-05-04
Description: The boundary of the automated valve includes the following: a) Limit switches and other monitoring devices b) Air regulation and filtration system c) Actuated valves whose fail position is specified as spring-return fail closed, spring-return fail open, or double acting d) Valve body specified to meet the functional requirements for its application ANSI/ISA-TR96.05.01 does not address automated valves used for regulatory control applications.
API SPEC 16D - SPECIFICATION FOR CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR DRILLING WELL CONTROL EQUIPMENT AND CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR DIVERTER EQUIPMENT - SECOND EDITION; EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2005 Organization: API
Date: 2004-07-01
Description: GENERAL These specifications establish design standards for systems, that are used to control blowout preventers (BOPs) and associated valves that control well pressure during drilling operations.
API 550 P1 - MANUAL ON INSTALLATION OF REFINERY INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROL SYSTEMS - PART 1 - PROCESS INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL Organization: API
Date: 1965-03-01
Description: In the installation of an instrument, the various components must be accessible for efficient maintenance and certain of these elements must be readable for good operation. Orifices, control valves, transmitters, thermocouples, level gages, and local controllers, as well as analyzer sample points, generally should be readily accessible from grade, permanent platforms, or fixed ladders.
SAE/TP - 2008-01-1998 - METHODS OF CONTROLLING THE LOOP HEAT PIPE OPERATING TEMPERATURE Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2008-06-29
Description: The operating temperature of a loop heat pipe (LHP) is governed by the saturation temperature of its compensation chamber (CC); the latter is in turn determined by the balance among the heat leak from the evaporator to the CC, the amount of subcooling carried by the liquid returning to the CC, and the heat exchanged between the CC and ambient.
API RP 92U - UNDERBALANCED DRILLING OPERATIONS - FIRST EDITION; ADD: NOVEMBER 2015 Organization: API
Date: 2008-11-01
Description: These systems include: the rig circulating equipment, the drill string, drill string non return valves (NRV), surface BOP, control devices (rotating or non-rotating) independent of the BOP, choke and kill lines, UBD flowlines, choke manifolds, hydraulic control systems, UBD separators, flare lines, flare stacks and flare pits and other auxiliary equipment.
NASA-LLIS-1183 - LESSONS LEARNED - ORBITER PROCESSING FACILITY BAY 2 WATER DELUGE SYSTEM FLOW MISHAP INVESTIGATION BOARD REPORT OF OCTOBER 25, 1989 Organization: NASA
Date: 1989-10-25
Description: The Lead Water Systems technician then returned to the manual valve panels, proceeded to turn the manual arming and firing valves to the "off" position, and then helped his technicians close the manual supply isolation valves to Zones 1 through 5, which stopped all water flow.
NASA-LLIS-0257 - LESSONS LEARNED - JP-4 FUEL LEAK Organization: NASA
Date: 1994-01-20
Description: It was determined that the fuel spill originated from an open fuel return low point drain valve, recently added to the facility, that was not put on the facility drawings.
UL 873 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY TEMPERATURE-INDICATING AND -REGULATING EQUIPMENT - TWELFTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING FEBRUARY 6, 2015 Organization: UL
Date: 2007-11-16
Description: b) Industrial Operating Controls – Temperature controllers for industrial, farm, and boiler room applications; snow melting controls; return-duct humidistats; humidity controllers; pneumatic pressure regulators; transformer (low-voltage secondary) relays; pneumatic pressure, bimetallicheater, motor, timer, and magnetically operated sequence switches; stoker controls; indicating and recording controls; and motor operators for actuating air dampers.
GMW17163 - CHROME SILICON STEEL – WIRE AND SPRINGS - ISSUE 1; ENGLISH Organization: GMW
Date: 2014-11-01
Description: Applications include but are not limited to oil pump relief springs, compression springs used in tensioner assemblies, piston pin retaining clips, and automatic transmission valve body control springs and shifting piston return springs.  Remarks.

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