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Guidance for the design, commissioning and maintenance of LPG systems in small craft.
|Format (Paperback, Hardback etc)||A4 Printed Booklet|
|Brand / Publisher||BSI|
What is PD 54823- LPG systems in small craft about?
PD 54823 discusses LPG systems in small craft. PD 54823 gives guidance for the design, commissioning, and maintenance of LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) systems, including replacement appliances, replacement hoses, and replacement piping.
PD 54823 covers permanently installed gas-burning installations in small craft 1) of up to 24 m in length, using LPG operating at a nominal pressure of up to 50 mbar 2). The LPG is from either cylinders stowed on board or the onboard aspects of the gas system in the situation of a fixed shore bulk supply.
PD 54823 also covers cooking appliances with integral LPG cartridges.
Note: Further information on gas supply systems to permanently moored craft can be found in IGEM/G/6 .
Who is PD 54823- LPG systems in small craft for?
PD 54823 on LPG systems in small craft is useful for:
- Gas appliance manufacturers
- LPG service providers
- Health and safety bodies
- Quality control personnel
Why should you use PD 54823 -LPG systems in small craft?
An LPG system and all its components should be capable of withstanding storage at −20 °C to +60 °C. When designing a cylinder installation, the cylinder(s) selected and other supply equipment (e.g., the pressure regulation device) should be of sufficient capacity to ensure the safe and satisfactory operation of all appliances simultaneously.
PD 54823 provides you guidance on pressure regulation devices, LPG supply line, and LPG appliance. PD 54823 guides you with the location and installation of LPG cylinders.
PD 54823 provides you to test assess the tightness of LPG installation. PD 54823 also provides help to you in commissioning and maintenance tests.
PD 54823 helps you design LPG system that ensure safety and satisfactory operation of all appliances.
What’s changed since the last update?
PD 54823 supersedes PD 5482-3:2005, which is withdrawn. PD 54823 includes some technical changes with respect to PD 5482-3:2005. These include:
- The identifier has been changed to PD 54823, as the Published Document has been revised in such a way that it no longer belongs in the 5482 series
- The text has been revised to supplement BS EN ISO 10239:2014, concerning the design, commissioning, and maintenance of small craft LPG installations
- Gas tightness testing of LPG supply line and appliances has been improved and
- An annex covering cooking appliances with integral LPG cartridges has been added.