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BS 7117-1:1991

Superseded

Superseded

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Metering pumps and dispensers to be installed at filling stations and used to dispense liquid fuel Specification for construction

Available format(s)

Hardcopy , PDF

Superseded date

10-21-2004

Language(s)

English

Published date

01-06-2003

Committees responsible
Foreword
Introduction
1 Scope
2 Definitions
3 Classification of fuels
4 Classification of hazardous areas
5 Classification of mode of operation of dispensing
    equipment
6 Classification of pump facilities
7 Classification of vapour barriers
8 Construction and performance
9 Marking and labelling
10 Manufacturer's instructions
Appendix
A Bibliography
Figures
Publication(s) referred to

Requirements for dispensing, under pressure, liquid fuels which are flammable liquids having flash points not exceeding 100°C. Particular attention is given to mechanical, hydraulic, and electrical equipment installed within, or mounted on the metering pump/dispenser housing.

Committee
PVE/393
DevelopmentNote
Supersedes 02/705248 DC, 90/30640 DC, 96/208377 DC and BS 7117-1(1989) (01/2003)
DocumentType
Standard
Pages
36
PublisherName
British Standards Institution
Status
Superseded
SupersededBy
Supersedes

BS 3955:1986 Specification for electrical controls for household and similar general purposes
BS 3395:1989 Specification for electrically bonded rubber hoses and hose assemblies for dispensing petroleum based fuels
BS 5501-9:1982 Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres Specification for intrinsically safe electrical systems \'i\'
BS 5501-4:1977 Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres Powder filling \'q\'
BS 7117-3:1991 Metering pumps and dispensers to be installed at filling stations and used to dispense liquid fuel Guide to maintenance after installation
BS 5501-7:1977 Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres Intrinsic safety \'i\'
BS 5419:1977 Specification for air-break switches, air-break disconnectors, air-break switch disconnectors and fuse-combination units for voltages up to and including 1000 V a.c. and 1200 V d.c.
BS 7671(2001) : 2001 AMD 14905 REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
BS 5501-6:1977 Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres Increased safety \'e\'
BS 5501-1:1977 Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres General requirements
BS 5501-5:1977 Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres Flameproof enclosure \'d\'
BS 889:1965 Specification for flameproof electric lighting fittings
BS 4683-1:1971 Specification for electrical apparatus for explosive atmospheres Classification of maximum surface temperatures
BS EN 13012:2012 Petrol filling stations. Construction and performance of automatic nozzles for use on fuel dispensers
BS 5501-8:1988 Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres Encapsulation \'m\'
BS 5501-2:1977 Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres Oil immersion \'o\'
BS 6941:1988 Specification for electrical apparatus for explosive atmospheres with type of protection N
BS 5501-3:1977 Electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres Pressurized apparatus \'p\'
BS 7117-2:1991 Metering pumps and dispensers to be installed at filling stations and used to dispense liquid fuel Guide to installation

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