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AS 2809.4-2001 road tank vehicles for dangerous goods - tankers for toxic and corrosive cargoes

Standard Number:  AS 2809.4-2001
Title:  road tank vehicles for dangerous goods - tankers for toxic and corrosive cargoes
Language:  English
Publication Date:  2001/5/28
Status:  Current
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
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Number of Pages:18P.;A4  

Description:Specifies the requirements that are particularly applicable to road tankers for the transport of liquids that are toxic or corrosive or both. The requirements are complementary to those general requirements necessary to comply with AS 2809.1-1999.  
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AS 2809.4-2001 ROAD TANK VEHICLES FOR DANGEROUS GOODS - TANKERS FOR TOXIC AND CORROSIVE C...
PREFACE
CONTENTS
SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
1.1 SCOPE
1.2 APPLICATION
1.3 NEW DESIGNS AND INNOVATIONS
1.4 INTERPRETATIONS
1.5 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
1.6 DEFINITIONS
1.7 ULLAGE FOR TANKS OR CONTAINERS EXCEEDING 8600 L
SECTION 2 TANKS OF TYPES 1, 2 AND 3
2.1 APPLICATION
2.2 TANK DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
2.2.1 Design criteria
2.2.2 Design pressure
2.2.3 Materials
2.2.4 Lining
2.2.5 Baffles
2.2.6 Manhole
2.2.7 Valve protection
2.3 VALVES AND FITTINGS
2.3.1 Shut-off valves
2.3.2 Pressure relief devices
2.3.3 Outlet connection
2.3.4 Piping
2.4 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR HIGHER HAZARDS
2.4.1 Application
2.4.2 Piping
2.4.3 Pumping equipment
2.4.4 Location of tank openings
2.4.5 Tank openings
SECTION 3 TANKS OF TYPES 4 AND 5
3.1 APPLICATION
3.2 MATERIALS
3.2.1 Standards
3.2.2 Chemical resistance
3.2.3 Lining
3.3 TANK DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
3.3.1 Design of tank and supports
3.3.2 Tank shape
3.3.3 Stiffening of heads, bulkheads and baffles
3.3.4 Circumferential reinforcement
3.3.5 Baffles
3.3.6 Distribution of loads
3.3.7 Separation of liquids
3.3.8 Enclosed air spaces
3.3.9 Component attachment
3.3.10 Roll-over protection
3.3.11 Welding
3.4 MANHOLES, VALVES AND VENTS
3.4.1 General
3.4.2 Manholes
3.4.3 Valves
3.4.4 Provision of vents
3.4.5 Top openings
3.5 PIPEWORK AND PIPE FITTINGS
3.5.1 Suitability
3.5.2 Provisions for movement
3.5.3 Fail-safe provisions
3.6 PUMPS
3.6.1 Suitability
3.6.2 Prevention of overpressure
3.7 PUMP DRIVES
3.7.1 Protection
3.7.2 Shielding of pump shaft
3.7.3 Location of controls
3.8 ELECTRIC CABLES AND ELECTRICAL FITTINGS
3.9 TESTING
3.9.1 Tanks
3.9.2 Hatch assembly
3.9.3 Piping
3.9.4 Inspection and testing of hoses
3.10 MARKING
SECTION 4 TANK TESTING AND MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
4.1 GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
4.2 ENTRY INTO TANK
4.3 PURGING OPERATIONS
4.4 TANK REPAIRS OR MODIFICATION
4.5 REGULAR TESTING AND MAINTENANCE
4.5.1 Precautions prior to work
4.5.2 Hatches, vents valves
4.5.3 Pressure-vacuum vents
4.5.4 Corrosion testing
4.5.5 Records
4.5.6 Tank vehicle servicing and repair
4.5.7 Tank vehicle breakdown
4.5.8 Safe work procedure
  
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