Hydrauliske systemer og komponenter til Allmenn bruk

Komité: CEN/TC 208 (Elastomeric seals for joints in pipework and pipelines)
Opprinnelse: SN
Sluttdato: 13. okt 2022
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This document specifies requirements and associated test methods for rubber materials used in gas installations, gas equipment and gas appliances in contact with 1st, 2nd and 3rd family combustible gases as classified in EN 437:2018, additionally LPG, bio methane and bio LPG, in the same quality, are covered. It also establishes a classification based on temperature range and hardness. This document is applicable to materials from which homogeneous seals and homogeneous or reinforced diaphragms are manufactured. Since the dimensions and shape of the components differ from those of standard test pieces taken from sheet material as used for type testing of the rubber materials according to this document, tolerances have been made in the requirements specified by Annex A for the components with respect to those specified for standard test pieces. The range of operating temperatures covered by this document is –40 °C to +150 °C. For applications with potential condensation, this document is not applicable for silicon rubber, e.g. above 200 hPa (200 mbar) nominal pressure or at temperatures below 0 °C with 3rd family gases.
Komité: CEN/TC 74 (Flanges and their joints)
Opprinnelse: SN
Sluttdato: 13. okt 2022
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This document specifies requirements for circular flanges made from ductile, grey and malleable cast iron for DN 10 to DN 4000 and PN 2,5 to PN 100. See 4.1 and 4.2 for information regarding allowed DN and PN. This document specifies the types of flanges and their facings, dimension and tolerances, bolt sizes, surface finish of jointing faces, marking, testing, quality assurance and materials together with associated pressure/temperature (p/T) ratings.
Komité: ISO/TC 131/SC 5 (Control products and components)
Opprinnelse: ISO
Sluttdato: 17. okt 2022
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This document specifies two methods of measuring the level of acoustic pressure at the outlet of an exhaust silencer:


— the first method, called "steady-state mode", is intended to evaluate the noise level under steady state flow, i.e. constant upstream pressure (steady-state test according to ISO 6358‑1); and


— the second method, called "discharge", is intended to measure the noise level during the decrease of the pneumatic pressure (discharge test according to ISO 6358‑2).


This document is applicable to pneumatic exhaust silencers and devices designed to reduce the sound produced by discharges of compressed air, entering in the scope of application of ISO 6358‑1 and ISO 6358‑2.

Komité: CEN/TC 234 (Gas infrastructure)
Opprinnelse: SN
Sluttdato: 10. nov 2022
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8. Scope This EU standard is applicable for transporting gas via onshore high pressure steel pipeline infrastructures where: - onshore: from the point where the pipeline first crosses what is normally accepted as battery limit between onshore and offshore and not located within commercial or industrial premises as an integral part of the industrial process on these premises except for any pipelines and facilities supplying such premises. This European Standard also applies to a pipeline system with a starting point onshore, also when parts of the pipeline system on the mainland subsequently cross fjords, lakes etc. - high pressure: gas with a maximum operating pressure over 16 bar and a design temperature between −40 °C and 120 °C - steel pipeline infrastructure: a steel pipeline infrastructure consists of pipeline components such as pipes, valves, couplings and other equipment. Pipeline components in scope are restricted to components made of unalloyed or low alloyed carbon steel and joined by welds, flanges or mechanical couplings. - gas: non-toxic and non-corrosive natural gas, biomethane gas, hydrogen gas and mixtures of these gasses where technical evaluation has ensured that operating conditions or constituents or properties of the gas do not affect the safe operation of the pipeline. Gas infrastructures covered by this European Standard begin after the gas producer's metering station. The functional demarcation of the pipeline system within a plant area will be determined from case to case. Generally speaking, this will be directly after the first isolating valve of the metering installation. This European Standard also describes the mechanical requirements for pipework in stations with a maximum operating pressure greater than 16 bar. Welding requirements are described in EN 12732. Functional requirements for stations are given in EN 1776, EN 1918-5, EN 12186, and EN 12583. Requirements for safety management and pipeline integrity management are given in EN 17649. This European Standard specifies common basic principles for gas infrastructures. Users of this European Standard should be aware that there may exist more detailed national standards and codes of practice in the CEN member countries. This European Standard is intended to be applied in association with these national standards and/or codes of practice setting out the above mentioned principles. This European Standard does not apply to existing pipelines, in use prior to the publication of this European Standard, nor to modifications to existing pipelines, except for the adaptation of the pipelines for the use of hydrogen and admixtures with hydrogen. In the event of conflicts in terms of more restrictive requirements in the national legislation/regulation with the requirements of this European Standard, the national legislation/regulation takes precedence as illustrated in CEN/TR 13737 (all parts). Reference is made in this European Standard to relevant European and other recognised standards for products used to construct and operate gas infrastructures.
Komité: CEN/TC 235 (Gas pressure regulators and associated safety devices for use in gas transmission and distribution)
Opprinnelse: SN
Sluttdato: 17. nov 2022
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This document specifies constructional, functional, testing marking and sizing requirements and documentation of gas safety shut-off devices: - for inlet pressures up to 100 bar and nominal diameters up to DN 400; - for an operating temperature range from -20 °C to +60 °C; which operate with fuel gases of the 1st and 2nd family as defined in EN 437, used in the pressure regulating stations in accordance with EN 12186 or EN 12279, in transmission and distribution networks and also in commercial and industrial installations. "Gas safety shut-off devices" will hereafter be called "SSDs" except in titles. For standard safety shut-off devices when used in pressure regulating stations complying with EN 12186 or EN 12279, Annex ZA lists all applicable Essential Safety Requirements of Directive 2014/68/EU (PED). This document considers the following temperature classes/types of SSDs: - temperature class 1: operating temperature range from -10 °C to 60 °C; - temperature class 2: operating temperature range from -20 °C to 60 °C; - functional class A: SSDs that close when damage to the pressure detecting element occurs or when external power fails and whose re-opening, is possible only manually; - functional class B: SSDs that do not close when damage to the pressure detecting element occurs but provide suitable and reliable protection and whose re-opening, is possible only manually; - type IS: (integral strength type); - type DS: (differential strength type). SSDs complying with the requirements of this document may be declared as "in conformity with EN 14382" and bear the mark "EN 14382". The material and functional requirements specified in this document may be applied to SSDs which use thermal energy or the effects of electrical energy to trip the operation of the closing member. For these SSDs the operational parameters are not specified in this document. The SSD may incorporate a vent limiter, complying with the requirements in Annex J. This standard for some paragraphs and sub clauses makes full reference to prEN 334:2016. This document does not apply to: - SSDs upstream from/on/in domestic gas-consuming appliances which are installed downstream of domestic gas meters; - SSDs designed to be incorporated into pressure-regulating devices used in service lines with volumetric flow rate ≤ 200 m3/h at normal conditions and inlet pressure ≤ 5 bar. Continued integrity of safety shut-off devices is ensured by periodic functional checks. For periodic functional checks it is common to refer to national regulations/standards where existing or users/manufacturers practices. This document considers the reaction of the SSDs functional class A to the specified reasonable expected failures in terms of "fail close" behaviour, but it should be consider that there are other types of failures whose consequences cannot bring to the same reactions (these risks are covered via redundancy as per EN 12186) and that residual hazards should be reduced by a suitable surveillance in use / maintenance. In this document, both safety shut-off devices that can be classified as "safety accessories" by themselves according the Pressure Equipment Directive (2014/68/EU) as well as safety shut-off devices that can be used to provide the necessary pressure protection through redundancy (e.g. shutoff device integrated in a pressure regulator, shut-off device with a second shut-off device) are considered. Addition of environmental considerations; The provisions in this document are in line with the state of art at the moment of writing. This document does not intend to limit the improvement of actual provisions (materials, requirements, test methods, acceptance criteria, etc.) or the developing of new provisions for SSDs where they are suitable to ensure an equivalent level of reliability.