BS 4807:1972 - Recommendations for centralized lubrication as applied to plant and machinery

BS 4807:1972

Recommendations for centralized lubrication as applied to plant and machinery

Status : Revised, Withdrawn   Published : March 1972 Replaced By : BS 4807:1991

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Makes recommendations for centralized oil and grease lubrication systems for plant and machinery with respect to installation practice, system pipe work and ancillary equipment. Specific recommendations relating to system design and design of proprietary equipment such as pumps, metering valves, etc., are outside the scope of this standard.




Standard NumberBS 4807:1972
TitleRecommendations for centralized lubrication as applied to plant and machinery
StatusRevised, Withdrawn
Publication Date30 March 1972
Withdrawn Date31 December 1991
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Replaced ByBS 4807:1991
Draft Superseded By70/11543 DC
DescriptorsLubrication, Lubricating systems, Centralized lubricating systems, Pumps, Marking, Reservoirs, Lubricating oils, Grease, Cooling systems, Heating, Filtration, Pressure pipes, Flexible pipes, Industrial pipework systems, Installation, Commissioning
ICS21.260
Title in FrenchRecommandations pour le graissage central applique aux installations et aux machines
Title in GermanEmpfehlungen fuer die Zentralschmierung von Anlagen und Maschinen
CommitteeSS/1
ISBN0 580 07050 6
PublisherBSI
FormatA5
DeliveryNo
Pages33
File Size1.257 MB
Price£214.00


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