Standards and Technical Documents - Road vehicles -- Compressed natural gas (CNG) fuel system components -- Part 7: Gas injector -- ISO 15500-7:2002
Description: This part of ISO 15500 provides tests and requirements for the gas injector, a compressed natural gas fuel system component intended for use on the types of motor vehicles defined in ISO 3833. This part of ISO 15550 is applicable to vehicles using natural gas in accordance with ISO 15403
Standards and Technical Documents - Natural gas - Natural gas for use as a compressed fuel for vehicles -- Part 2: Specification of the quality -- ISO/TR 15403-2:2006
Description: , particulate matter, higher hydrocarbons, CO2, free oxygen, glycol/methanol, oil content and corrosive components. ISO/TR 15403-2:2006 pertains only to compressed natural gas as it enters the fuel containers on the vehicle. It does not apply to the natural gas delivered to a refuelling station.
Standards and Technical Documents - Road vehicles -- Compressed natural gas (CNG) fuel system components -- Part 4: Manual valve -- ISO 15500-4:2012
Description: gas in accordance with ISO 15403. It is not applicable to the following: liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuel system components located upstream of, and including, the vaporizer; fuel containers; stationary gas engines; container-mounting hardware; electronic fuel management; refuelling
Standards and Technical Documents - Road vehicles -- Compressed natural gas (CNG) fuel system components -- Part 9: Pressure regulator -- ISO 15500-9:2012
Description: natural gas in accordance with ISO 15403. It is not applicable to the following: liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuel system components located upstream of, and including, the vaporizer; fuel containers; stationary gas engines; container-mounting hardware; electronic fuel management; refuelling
Standards and Technical Documents - Gas cylinders -- Refillable composite reinforced tubes of water capacity between 450 L and 3000 L -- Design, construction and testing -- ISO 11515:2013
Description: modules) or multiple element gas containers (MEGC) for the transportation and distribution of gases. ISO 11515:2013 does not include consideration of any additional stresses that can occur during service or transport, (e.g. torsional / bending stresses). However it is important that the stresses
Gas Compressors and Gas Compressor Systems - TwinAir™ 1975-2232 cfm: Package of two containerized oil-injected, asymmetrical rotary screw compressors, 12 and 25 bar (175 and 365 psig) -- 3504753Supplier: Atlas Copco USA
Description: and minimal downtime. Easy to move around and can be stored three-high (eight-high for offshore units). Safe handling – CSC certification enables TwinAir™ compressors to be easily and legally transported as container cargo (standard 20 ft ISO containers), for safe handling onshore and offshore
Standards and Technical Documents - MEDICAL SUCTION EQUIPMENT - PART 1: ELECTRICALLY POWERED SUCTION EQUIPMENT - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS -- CSA Z10079-1Supplier: CSA Group
Description: powered piped vacuum systems, compressed gases and electricity, or be manually powered for a variety of applications, this part of ISO 10079 addresses only mains electricity- and battery-powered suction equipment. NOTE See also annex M in this part of ISO 10079. ISO 10079-1 is one of a series
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Medical Device Link . EtO Sterilization: Principles of Process Design
the rationale behind the design of the cycles and the options available: Water vapor and process nitrogen are the only inert gases considered in the flammability calculations performed during the air-elimination and gas-purge phases. There is no stratification of process gases. All process gases
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of the smallest. The capacity of the machine 's built-in 63.5-mm, 22.4-kW extruder is 109 kg/hr for low-density polyethylene, 91 kg/hr for high-density polyethylene and 81 kg/hr for polypropylene. Dry, oil-free compressed air is supplied to the system at a rate of 24.5 m3/hr at a typical 4.2-bar pressure
Plastics Processing..... How Plastic Resin Becomes Pipe, Valve, Etc.
molding, is used to form the part. This form, called a parison, is softened inside a mold and then injected with air or other compressed gas. This expands the parison against the sides of the mold cavity, forming a hollow object the size and shape of the mold. Blow molding is often used to produce