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AS 2683-2000

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Hose and hose assemblies for distribution of petroleum and petroleum products (excepting LPG)
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Hardcopy , PDF 1 User , PDF 3 Users , PDF 5 Users , PDF 9 Users

Withdrawn date

09-11-2023

Language(s)

English

Published date

07-25-2000

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1 - AS 2683-2000 HOSE AND HOSE ASSEMBLIES FOR DISTRIBUTION OF PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS (EXCEPTING LPG)
4 - PREFACE
5 - CONTENTS
6 - SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
6 - 1.1 SCOPE
6 - 1.2 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
7 - 1.3 CLASSIFICATION AND DESIGNATION
7 - 1.3.1 General
7 - 1.3.2 Type
7 - 1.3.3 Working pressure
7 - 1.3.4 Grade
7 - 1.3.5 Electrical kind
8 - 1.3.6 Designation
8 - 1.4 MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION
8 - 1.4.1 General
8 - 1.4.2 Materials
8 - 1.4.3 Dimensions and tolerances
9 - 1.4.4 Construction
9 - 1.4.5 Dynamic bend radius (For aircraft hose)
9 - 1.4.6 Cleanliness
10 - 1.4.7 Protection for despatch (For aircraft hose)
10 - 1.5 MARKING
10 - 1.5.1 Hose
10 - 1.5.2 Couplings
10 - 1.5.3 Hose assembly
12 - SECTION 2 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
12 - 2.1 HYDROSTATIC TESTS
12 - 2.1.1 General
12 - 2.1.2 Change in length and twisting
12 - 2.1.3 Burst pressure
12 - 2.1.4 Proof pressure
12 - 2.2 RESISTANCE TO VACUUM (Type 1 only)
12 - 2.3 RESISTANCE OF LINING TO LIQUIDS
12 - 2.3.1 Non-composite hose
13 - 2.3.2 Composite hose
13 - 2.4 RESISTANCE TO OZONE
13 - 2.5 ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES
13 - 2.5.1 Kind 1 hose
13 - 2.5.2 Kind 2 hose
13 - 2.5.3 Kind 3 hose
13 - 2.5.4 Kind 4 hose
13 - 2.5.5 Signalling cables hose
13 - 2.5.6 Hose assembly
13 - 2.5.7 Retention of electrical properties
13 - 2.6 DILATION (Type 4 only)
14 - 2.7 LOW TEMPERATURE FLEXIBILITY
14 - 2.8 ADHESION
14 - 2.8.1 Before and after accelerated ageing
14 - 2.8.2 After exposure to fuel
14 - 2.9 FUEL-SOLUBLE MATTER
14 - 2.10 HOSE AND COUPLING COMPATIBILITY
14 - 2.11 RETENTION OF PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
14 - 2.12 KINK RESISTANCE
14 - 2.13 CRUSH RECOVERY (FOR AIRCRAFT HOSE)
16 - APPENDIX A - PURCHASING GUIDELINES
16 - A1 GENERAL
16 - A2 INTENDED USE-LIAISON WITH THE MANUFACTURER
16 - A3 INFORMATION TO BE SUPPLIED BY THE PURCHASER
16 - A3.1 General requirements
16 - A3.2 Recommended classification of hoses in common use for petroleum and petroleum products
17 - A3.3 Quantity and delivery instructions
17 - A4 TEST REQUIREMENTS
17 - A4.1 Facilities for testing
17 - A4.2 Extent and frequency of testing
17 - A4.3 Independent tests
17 - A5 TEST CERTIFICATE
17 - A6 INSPECTION
18 - APPENDIX B - TREATMENT OF HOSE ASSEMBLY FOR DETERMINING RETENTION OF PROPERTIES
18 - B1 SCOPE
18 - B2 PRINCIPLE
18 - B3 APPARATUS
18 - B4 TEST SPECIMENS
18 - B5 TREATMENT PROCEDURES
18 - B5.1 Procedure 1 (for hose assemblies other than those shown for Procedure 2)
19 - B5.2 Procedure 2 (for all reeling hose and for dispensing hose assemblies up to and including ID 31.5 mm and for service ....
19 - B6 REPORT
21 - APPENDIX C - METHOD FOR DETERMINING DILATION OF TYPE 4 HOSE WITH MAXIMUM WORKING PRESSURES OF 150 kPa AND 250 kPa
21 - C1 SCOPE
21 - C2 PRINCIPLE
21 - C3 APPARATUS
21 - C4 TEST SPECIMENS
21 - C5 PROCEDURE
21 - C5.1 General
21 - C5.2 Test A
22 - C5.3 Test B
22 - C6 REPORT
24 - APPENDIX D - METHOD FOR DETERMINING DILATION OF TYPE 4 HOSE WITH MAXIMUM WORKING PRESSURES OF 700 kPa, 1500 kPa AND 2000 kPa
24 - D1 SCOPE
24 - D2 PRINCIPLE
24 - D3 APPARATUS
24 - D4 TEST SPECIMEN
24 - D5 PROCEDURE
25 - D6 CALCULATION
25 - D7 REPORT
27 - APPENDIX E - METHOD FOR DETERMINING LOW TEMPERATURE FLEXIBILITY OF HOSE
27 - E1 SCOPE
27 - E2 PRINCIPLE
27 - E3 APPARATUS
27 - E4 TEST SPECIMEN
27 - E5 PROCEDURE
27 - E6 REPORT
28 - APPENDIX F - METHOD FOR DETERMINING FUEL-SOLUBLE MATTER
28 - F1 SCOPE
28 - F2 PRINCIPLE
28 - F3 REAGENTS
28 - F4 PROCEDURE
29 - F5 CALCULATION
29 - F6 REPORT
30 - APPENDIX G - GUIDE TO TESTING IN- SERVICE PERFORMANCE OF HOSE ASSEMBLIES
30 - G1 SCOPE
30 - G2 PRINCIPLE
30 - G3 APPARATUS
30 - G4 FREQUENCY OF TESTING
30 - G5 PROCEDURE
30 - G5.1 Hydraulic test
30 - G5.2 Electricity continuity/ insulation test
33 - APPENDIX H - METHOD FOR DETERMINING CRUSH RECOVERY OF AIRCRAFT HOSE
33 - H1 SCOPE
33 - H2 PRINCIPLE
33 - H3 APPARATUS
33 - H4 TEST PIECE
33 - H5 CONDITIONING OF TEST PIECE
33 - H6 PROCEDURE
34 - H7 REPORT

Specifies requirements for hose and hose assemblies for conveying petroleum and petroleum products, except for liquefied petroleum gas, at product temperatures up to 65 degrees Celsius in ambient temperatures ranging from -20 degrees Celsius to 55 degrees Celsius. Intended for hose applications involving road and rail tankers, metered pumps, farm tanks, reeling, aviation and general plant operations.

This Standard specifies requirements for hose and hose assemblies for conveying petroleum and petroleum products, except for liquefied petroleum gas, at product temperatures up to 65C in ambient temperatures ranging from 20C to 55C.The Standard is intended for hose applications involving road and rail tankers, metered pumps, farm tanks, reeling, aviation and general plant operations.NOTES: 1 A separate Standard, AS 2117, provides for hoses used for transferring liquid petroleum products to and from marine tankers or bunkering vessels or for similar duties ashore.2 For product temperatures above 65C, the manufacturer should be consulted for special conditions applicable to the use of the hose.3 Guidelines and advice on information to be supplied at the time of placing an enquiry or an order are set out in Appendix A.4 A guide to the user of hose assemblies for continued in-service performance has been included as Appendix G.

Committee
RU/1
DocumentType
Standard
ISBN
0 7337 3479 0
Pages
29
PublisherName
Standards Australia
Status
Withdrawn
Supersedes

First published as AS 2683-1984.Second edition 1989.Third edition 2000. Originated as AS 2683-1984. Previous edition 1989. Third edition 2000.

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AS 1180GR2-1972 HOSE TESTS-7A-8B
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AS 1180GR1-1972 Hose test 1,2,3,4 and 6
AS 1683.20-1980 Methods of test for rubber Standard temperatures, humidities and times for conditioning and testing test pieces
AS 1180.13B-1987 Methods of test for hose made from elastomeric materials - Determination of electrical resistance of hose assembly
AS 1180.13C-1983 Methods of test for hose made from elastomeric materials - Determination of electrical continuity of a hose assembly with reinforcing wire(s)
AS 1180.13A-1983 Methods of test for hose made from elastomeric materials - Determination of electrical resistance of hose and hose components
AS 1683.20-2001 Methods of test for rubber Standard temperatures, humidities and times for conditioning and testing
AS 1683.24-1984 Methods of test for rubber Rubber - Vulcanized - Determination of resistance to ozone cracking - Static strain test
AS 1180.11-1982 Methods of test for hose made from elastomeric materials Hose and coupling compatibility - Tensile method
AS 1180.5-1999 Methods of test for hose made from elastomeric materials Hydrostatic pressure
AS 1257-1973 Bore sizes, test pressures and tolerances on lengths of elastomeric hose

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AS 2809.2-2008 Road tank vehicles for dangerous goods - Road tank vehicles for flammable liquids
AS 1180.14-1991 Methods of test for hose made from elastomeric materials - Determination of reeling properties of non-collapsible hose
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