19/30394034 DC - BS EN ISO 10592. Small craft. Hydraulic steering systems

19/30394034 DC

BS EN ISO 10592. Small craft. Hydraulic steering systems

Status : Current, Draft for public comment   Published : December 2019



This document specifies the requirements for the design, construction, installation and testing of motor mounted and craft mounted remote hydraulic steering systems used with single and multiple engine installations of outboard motors over 15 kW per outboard motor, as well as single and multiple engine inboard, sterndrive, and water jet drives used on small craft up to 24 m length of hull.

In all steering systems, the hydraulic portions of the system shall comply with relevant sections of this document.

This document does not address emergency means of steering the craft.

Standard Number19/30394034 DC
TitleBS EN ISO 10592. Small craft. Hydraulic steering systems
StatusCurrent, Draft for public comment
Publication Date10 December 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 8848:2017
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO/DIS 23411, ISO 10240, SAE J517, SAE J1047, SAE J1273
International RelationshipsISO/DIS 10592
Draft Expiry Date29 January 2020
DescriptorsHydraulic equipment, Angles (geometry), Mechanical testing, Endurance testing, Dimensions, Steering wheels, Boats, Designations, Performance testing, Testing conditions, Water transport engineering, Impact testing, Steering control devices, Water transport engineering components, Marking, Steering gear, Installation, Handbooks, Performance, Shipbuilding, Hydraulically-operated devices
Title in FrenchNavires de plaisance — Appareils à gouverner hydrauliques
File Size2.771 MB
NotesWarning: this draft is not current beyond its expiry date for comments.

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