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AS 2809.5-2001 road tank vehicles for dangerous goods - tankers for bitumen-based products

Standard Number:  AS 2809.5-2001
Title:  road tank vehicles for dangerous goods - tankers for bitumen-based products
Language:  English
Publication Date:  2001/10/8
Status:  Current
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
Price:  
Number of Pages:20P.;A4  

Description:Specifies requirements for the design and construction of tankers for the transport of cutback bitumen, inclusive of bitumen sprayers. This Standard introduces the concept, and control design details for both automatic and atmospheric burners, for their  
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AS 2809.5?2001 ROAD TANK VEHICLES FOR DANGEROUS GOODS - TANKERS FOR BITUMEN-BASED PRODUCTS
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 VEHICLE REQUIREMENTS
1.7.1 Spillage hazards
1.7.2 Propulsion engine exhaust
1.7.3 Auxiliary engines, intake and exhaust terminations
1.7.4 Rear impact protection
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 Stiffening of heads and baffles
2.2.3 Circumferential reinforcement
2.2.4 Access through baffles
2.2.5 Distribution of loads
2.2.6 Roll-over protection
2.2.7 Component attachment
2.2.8 Welding
2.2.9 Fire tube design
2.3 MANHOLES, VALVES AND VENTS
2.3.1 General
2.3.2 Manholes
2.3.3 Valves
2.3.4 Sampling valves
2.3.5 Vents and venting systems
2.3.6 Loading and unloading protection
2.4 FILLING/DIPPING PROVISIONS
2.4.1 Loading
2.4.2 Dipstick
2.5 PIPEWORK AND PIPE FITTINGS
2.5.1 Strength of piping
2.5.2 Circulating pipework
2.5.3 Hoses and hose couplings
2.5.4 Access ladders/walkways
2.5.5 Flushing system
2.6 PUMPS
2.6.1 Suitability
2.6.2 Pressure regulation
2.6.3 Pump-driving engines
2.6.4 Protection of auxiliary engines
2.6.5 Location of controls
2.7 IDENTIFICATION (TANK AND ANCILLIARIES)
2.7.1 General
2.7.2 Identification
2.7.3 Burner operation procedures
2.8 VEHICLE CABLING AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
2.8.1 Application
2.8.2 Protection of wiring
2.8.3 Battery
2.8.4 Battery-isolation switch
2.8.5 Vehicle rollover device
2.8.6 Hazardous locations
2.8.7 Cabling to hazardous areas of Zone 2
2.8.8 Cabling to hazardous areas of Zone 1
2.8.9 Sparking equipment
2.8.10 Electrical bonding
2.8.11 Earthing point
2.9 TESTING
2.9.1 Tanks initial test and after any repair
2.9.2 Hatch assembly initial test
2.9.3 Piping initial test and after any repair
2.9.4 Records
2.10 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
3.5.2 Vents
3.5.3 Product heating system
3.5.4 Precautions necessary prior to work
3.5.5 Safe work procedure
APPENDIX A - BURNERS AND CONTROLS FOR TANKERS CARRYING BITUMEN BASED PRODUCTS
A1 GENERAL
A2 LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS (LP Gas) SUPPLY
A2.1 Installation of fuel vessels
A2.2 Interconnecting pipework between gas storage and burner
A3 BURNERS
A3.1 Burners types
A3.2 Manual ignition system
A3.3 Electronic ignition
A3.4 Burner operation
A3.5 Heating in transit systems
A3.6 Heating in transit system sensors
A3.7 Roll over protection for burner system
  
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