BS EN 14291:2004 - Foam producing solutions for leak detection on gas installations

BS EN 14291:2004

Foam producing solutions for leak detection on gas installations

Status : Current, Under review   Published : November 2004



This document specifies requirements and test methods of foam producing solutions for leak detection (hereafter called leak detection solution) used for leak detection of combustible gases of the 1st family (town gas), 2nd family (natural gas), and 3rd family (liquefied petroleum gases (LPG)) (see EN 437) within the temperature range of -15 °C or 0 °C to 50 °C. It is applicable for leak detection solutions, which are delivered as ready to use solutions, e.g. in spray cans. Note The leak detection solution covered by this document may also be used for other compressed gases. In this case the producer has to be consulted.

Standard NumberBS EN 14291:2004
TitleFoam producing solutions for leak detection on gas installations
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date30 November 2004
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN ISO 10304-1:1995, EN 751-2, EN 456, EN 1412, ISO 3679:1993, ISO 6974-4, EN 10027-1, ASTM D 1177, ISO 3819, EN 377, ISO 10304-1:1992, BS EN 437:2018, ISO 304, EN 437:2018, ISO 696:1975
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsEN 14291:2004
DescriptorsClassification systems, Detectors, Approval testing, Leak tests, Tanks (containers), Protected electrical equipment, Probes, Grades (quality), Leak detectors, Quality control, Warning devices, Instructions for use, Conformity, Containers, Chemical water pollutants, Pipework systems, Liquids, Marking, Type testing
Title in FrenchSolution pour le detection des fuites aux installations de gaz
Title in GermanSchaumbildende Loesungen zu Lecksuche an Gasinstallationen
ISBN0 580 44909 2
File Size195 KB

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