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AS 2809.2-2008 road tank vehicles for dangerous goods - road tank vehicles for flammable liquids

Standard Number:  AS 2809.2-2008
Title:  road tank vehicles for dangerous goods - road tank vehicles for flammable liquids
Language:  English
Replacing Standard:  DR 05388

Publication Date:  2008/5/5
Status:  Current
CCS Classification for Standardsvehicle>>Special purpose vehicle>>Tank car
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
Price:  
Number of Pages:37P.;A4  

Description:This Standard specifies requirements for the design, construction, inspection and testing of road tank vehicles for the transport of flammable liquids. This Standard is complementary to AS 2809.1.  
Catalog:Document Contents
AS 2809.2-2008 ROAD TANK VEHICLES FOR DANGEROUS GOODS - ROAD TANK VEHICLES FOR FLAMMABLE ...
PREFACE
CONTENTS
SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
1.1 SCOPE
1.2 OBJECTIVE
1.3 APPLICATION
1.4 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
1.5 DEFINITIONS
1.6 NEW DESIGNS AND INNOVATIONS
1.7 VEHICLE REQUIREMENTS
1.7.1 Spillage hazards
1.7.2 Propulsion engine exhaust
1.7.3 Auxiliary engines
1.7.4 Stowage of hoses and other equipment
SECTION 2 TANKS, ACCESSORIES, AND COMPONENTS
2.1 MATERIALS
2.1.1 Standards
2.1.2 Suitability
2.2 TANK DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
2.2.1 Design criteria
2.2.2 Tank shape and size
2.2.3 Large compartment non-circular tanks
2.2.4 Baffles
2.2.5 Capacity centre
2.2.6 Stiffening of heads, bulkheads and baffles
2.2.7 Circumferential reinforcement
2.2.8 Access through baffles
2.2.9 Distribution of loads
2.2.10 Separation of liquids
2.2.11 Enclosed air spaces
2.2.12 Component attachment
2.2.13 Roll-over protection
2.2.14 Welding
2.3 MANHOLES, VALVES AND VENTS
2.3.1 General
2.3.2 Compartment openings
2.3.3 Valves
2.3.4 Air-operated valves
2.3.5 Vents
2.3.6 Normal venting
2.3.7 Emergency venting
2.3.8 Loading protection
2.4 FILLING PROVISIONS
2.4.1 Filling tube
2.4.2 Filler closure
2.4.3 Dip stick
2.5 PIPEWORK AND PIPE FITTINGS
2.5.1 Strength of piping
2.5.2 Discharge piping
2.5.3 Hoses and hose couplings
2.6 VEHICLE CABLING AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
2.6.1 Application
2.6.2 Protection of wiring
2.6.3 Vehicle rollover device
2.6.4 Hazardous locations
2.6.5 Cabling to hazardous areas of Zone 2
2.6.6 Cabling to hazardous areas of Zone 1
2.6.7 Sparking equipment
2.6.8 Electrical bonding
2.6.9 Earthing point
2.7 TESTING
2.7.1 Tanks
2.7.2 Hatch assembly
2.7.3 Piping
2.8 IDENTIFICATION
SECTION 3 TANK TESTING AND MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
3.1 GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
3.2 ENTRY INTO TANK
3.3 GAS-FREEING OPERATIONS
3.4 TANK REPAIRS OR MODIFICATION
3.5 REGULAR TESTING AND MAINTENANCE
3.5.1 Hatches, vents and valves
3.5.2 Pressure-vacuum vents
3.5.3 Records
3.5.4 Tank vehicle servicing and repair
3.5.5 Tank vehicle breakdown
3.5.6 Precautions necessary prior to work
3.5.7 Safe work procedure
APPENDIX A - REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
APPENDIX B - TESTING OF VENTS, HATCHES AND OTHER TANK TOP FITTINGS
B1 INTRODUCTION
B2 SCOPE
B3 APPLICATION
B4 TEST FOR VENTS
B4.1 Application
B4.2 Equipment
B4.3 Procedure
B5 DROP TESTS
B5.1 Application
B5.2 Equipment
B5.3 Preparation of test specimen
B5.4 Procedure
B6 REPORT
  
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