BS EN 12979:2002 - Automotive LPG systems. Installation requirements

BS EN 12979:2002

Automotive LPG systems. Installation requirements

Status : Current, Work in hand   Published : February 2002



This European Standard specifies the requirements for the installation of automotive LPG components that comply with prEN 12805 and prEN 12806. These requirements are to ensure safe operation of such components. This standard does not cover type approval of a LPG motor vehicle. NOTE Type approval requirements are covered in UN/ECE Regulations and EU legislation.

Standard NumberBS EN 12979:2002
TitleAutomotive LPG systems. Installation requirements
StatusCurrent, Work in hand
Publication Date27 February 2002
Confirm Date01 September 2012
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
International RelationshipsEN 12979:2002
Draft Superseded By97/712342 DC
DescriptorsInstallation, Vehicle components, Tanks (containers), Vehicle fuel tanks, Gas-powered devices, Gas pressure vessels, Safety measures, Liquefied petroleum gas, Design, Pressure vessels, Road vehicle components
Title in FrenchVehicules a Gaz de Petrole Liquefies (GPL). Exigences d'installation
Title in GermanSysteme fuer mit Fluessiggas betriebene (LPG) Fahrzeuge. Einbauvorschriften
ISBN0 580 39192 2
File Size412 KB

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