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ISO 10088-2013 pdf free download
ISO 10088-2013 pdf free download.Small craft Permanently installed fuel systems
Petits navires — Systèmes a carburant installés a demeure.
5.3.3 Connections in rigid fuel lines shall be made with efficient screwed, compression, cone, brazed or flanged joints.
5.3.4 Flexible fuel hoses shall be used where relative movement of the craft structures supporting the fuel lines would be anticipated during normal operating conditions.
5.3.5 FlexIble fuel hoses shall be accessible for inspection and maintenance.
5.3.6 Petrol hoses shall be fire-resistant, type Al hoses in accordance with ISO 7840:2013, except hoses entirely within the splash well at the stern of the craft connected directly to an outboard engine, which shall be type 81 or 82 hoses in accordance with ISO 8469:2013 or Al or A2 hoses in accordance with ISO 7840:2013.
NOTE Hoses according to SAE 11527 will satisfy the requirements in ISO 7840 except marking.
5.3.7 Diesel hoses shall be fire-resistant, type Al orA2 hoses in accordance with ISO 7840:2013.
5.3.8 Fuel lines shall be properly supported and secured to the craft structure above bilge water level, unless specifically designed for immersion or protected from the effects of immersion.
5.3.9 There shall be no joints in fuel pipes or hoses other than those required to connect required fuel- line components, e.g. filters and bulkhead connections.
5.3.10 Petrol line systems shall be designed or installed to prevent fuel siphoning out of the tank(s) following a failure in the system. The following examples illustrate how this can be achieved:
— routing all parts of fuel lines, from which an assumed leakage can enter the craft, above the level of the tank top when the craft is in its static floating position, including fuel-containing parts on the engine; or
— fitting an anti-siphon valve (j4) as close as practical to the tank fittings with a rated siphon- protection head greater than that required to avoid the siphon effect; or
— fitting a manual shut-off valve as close as practical to the tank — which shall be capable of being closed from an indicated accessible location outside the engine compartment — in a position that is self-draining from the valve to the tank; or
— fitting an electrically operated valve as close as practical to the tank withdrawal fitting which is activated to open only when the engine is running or the starting device is operated. A momentary override type is acceptable for starting.
5.3.11 Diesel line systems shall be designed or installed to prevent fuel siphoning out of the tank(s) following a failure in the system. The following examples illustrate how this can be achieved:
— meet the requirements of 5.3.101 or
— be fitted with a manual shut-off valve as close as practical to the tank. This valve shall be capable of being.ISO 10088-2013 pdf free download.
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