• I.S. EN 12806:2003

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    AUTOMOTIVE LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS COMPONENTS - OTHER THAN CONTAINERS

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    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-2003

    Publisher:  National Standards Authority of Ireland

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    Foreword
    1 Scope
    2 Normative references
    3 Terms, definitions and abbreviations
       3.1 Terms and definitions
       3.2 Abbreviations
    4 Technical requirements
       4.1 General
       4.2 General design rules
       4.3 Materials
       4.4 Design temperature
    5 Classification of components
    6 Construction and workmanship
    7 Tests
       7.1 General
       7.2 Overpressure test
       7.3 External leak tests
       7.4 Seat leak test
       7.5 Operational tests
       7.6 Endurance test
       7.7 Vibration test
       7.8 LPG compatibility test (for rubber materials)
       7.9 Corrosion resistance test
       7.10 Resistance to dry heat test
       7.11 Ozone ageing test
       7.12 Creep test
       7.13 Temperature cycle test
    8 Markings
    Annex A (informative) Classification of automotive LPG
            components
    Annex B (informative) Prototype approval requirements
       B.1 Application for prototype approval
       B.2 Approval according to UN/ECE Regulation 67
       B.3 Modification of the component and extension of
            approval
       B.4 Conformity of production
       B.5 Production definitely discontinued
       B.6 Example of a communication form
       B.7 Type approval mark
       B.8 International country numbers
    Annex C (normative) Requirements for the components
            fitted in or on the container
       C.1 80% stop value
       C.2 Level indicator
       C.3 Float
       C.4 Pressure relief valve
       C.5 Remote-controlled service valve with excess
            flow valve
       C.6 Excess flow valve
       C.7 Pressure Relief Device (PRD)
    Annex D (normative) Requirements for the fuel pump
       D.1 Definition
       D.2 Design criteria
       D.3 Specific design rules
       D.4 Test procedures
    Annex E (normative) Requirements for the gas-tight
            housing
       E.1 Definition
       E.2 Design criteria
       E.3 Specific design rules
       E.4 Applicable tests
    Annex F (normative) Requirements for the power supply
            bushing
       F.1 Definition
       F.2 Design criteria
       F.3 Specific design rules
       F.4 Applicable tests
    Annex G ( normative) Requirements for the non-return
            valve
       G.1 Definition
       G.2 Design criteria
       G.3 Specific design rules
       G.4 Applicable tests
    Annex H (normative) Requirements for the multi-valve
       H.1 Definition
       H.2 Design criteria
       H.3 Specific design rules
       H.4 Applicable tests
    Annex I (normative) Requirements for the
            vaporiser/pressure regulator
       I.1 Definition
       I.2 Design criteria
       I.3 Specific design rules
       I.4 Applicable tests
    Annex J (normative) Requirements for the
            remote-controlled shut-off valve
       J.1 Definition
       J.2 Design criteria
       J.3 Specific design rules
       J.4 Applicable tests
    Annex K (normative) Requirements for LPG injectors and
            the mixing unit
       K.1 Injector
       K.2 Mixing unit
    Annex L (normative) Requirements for the LPG dosage unit
       L.1 Definition
       L.2 Design criteria
       L.3 Specific design rules
       L.4 Applicable tests
    Annex M (normative) Requirements for the flexible hoses
       M.1 Definition
       M.2 Design criteria
       M.3 Specific design rules
       M.4 Tests
       M.5 Markings
    Annex N (normative) Requirements for the hydrostatic
            relief valve
       N.1 Definition
       N.2 Design criteria
       N.3 Specific design rules
       N.4 Applicable tests
    Annex O (normative) Requirements for the filter unit
       O.1 Definition
       O.2 Design criteria
       O.3 Specific design rules
       O.4 Applicable tests
    Annex P (normative) Requirements for the pressure
            and/or temperature sensor
       P.1 Definitions
       P.2 Design criteria
       P.3 Specific design rules
       P.4 Applicable tests
    Annex Q (normative) Requirements for the service
            coupling
       Q.1 Definition
       Q.2 Design criteria
       Q.3 Specific design rules
       Q.4 Applicable tests procedure
    Annex R (normative) Requirements for the Electronic
            Control Unit (ECU)
       R.1 Definition
       R.2 Design criteria
       R.3 Specific design rules
    Annex S (normative) Requirements for the fuel rail
       S.1 Definition
       S.2 Design criteria
       S.3 Specific design rules
       S.4 Applicable tests
    Annex T (normative) Requirements for the filling unit
       T.1 Definition
       T.2 Design criteria
       T.3 Specific design rules
       T.4 Applicable tests
       T.5 Main dimensions of different types of vehicle
            filling units in use in Europe
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    Defines the general design and testing requirements for all components, in automotive Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) propulsion systems, which have a working pressure equal to or greater than 20 kPa. It also specifies the requirements for the Electric Control Unit (ECU), which is not subjected to pressure, and the gas-tight housing, which has a working pressure below 20 kPa.

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    Document Type Standard
    Publisher National Standards Authority of Ireland
    Status Current
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