Petroleum products and natural gas handling equipment

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JS 1821:2008 Steel Aboveground Tanks for Flammable and Combustible Liquids

These requirements cover steel atmospheric tanks intended for aboveground storage of noncorrosive, stable fammable, and combustible liquids that have a specific dravity not exceeding that of water (Published Document (JS))

JS 1799:2008 Lining of aboveground petroleum storage tank bottoms

This recommended practice presents procedures and practices for achieving effective corrosion control in aboveground storage tanks by application of tank bottom linings. (Published Document (JS))

JS 1794:2008 Groundwater protection programs for petroleum refining and storage facilities : A guidance document

This document emphasizes the same areas constitute the cornerstones of the groundwater protection plans implemented by individual API members. (Published Document (JS))

JS 1802:2008 Installation of underground petroleum storage systems

This recommended practice is a guide to procedures and equipment that should be used for the proper installationof underground petroleum storage system. (Published Document (JS))

JS 1798:2008 Cathodic protection of aboveground petroleum storage tanks

The purpose of this recommended practice is to present procedures and practices for achieving effieving corrosion control on aboveground storage tank bottoms through the use of cathodic protection. It contains provisions for the application cathodic protection to existing and new storage tanks. (Published Document (JS))

JS 1804:2008 Interior lining of underground storage tanks

This standard provides minimum recommendations for the interior lining of existing steel and fiberglass reinforced plastic underground tanks and periodic inspection of steel underground tanks used for the storge of petroleum-based motor fuel and middle distillates. (Published Document (JS))

JS 1803:2008 Bulk liquid stock control at retail outlets

This recommended practice contains procedures and methods designed to control and identify product losses through use of a suitable inventory control accounting system . in connection with the underground storge of motor fuels and used oil at retail and commerial facilities. (Published Document (JS))

JS 1805:2008 Cathodic protection of underground petroleum storage tanks and piping

This recommended practice covers two methods of providing cathodic protection for buried steel petroleum storage and dispensing systems .Its intent is to provide information specific to buried steel structures such as motor fuel storage tanks and delivery piping. (Published Document (JS))

JS 1806:2008 Overfill protection for storage tanks in petroleum facilities

The recommended practice (RP) is specifically limited to tanks associated with marketing, refining, pipeline and similar facilities containing class I or II petroleum liquids . (Published Document (JS))

JS 1801:2008 Closure of underground petroleum storage systems

This publication recommendes procedures for the closure in place, removal, storage, and off-site disposal of underground storage tank systems that have contained flammable or combustible fluids. (Published Document (JS))

JS 10196:2007 Static welded steel cylindrical tanks, serially produced for the storage of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) having a volume not greater than 13m3 and for installation underground - Design and manufacture

This standard specifies ewquirements for the design and manufacture of static welded steel cylindrical tanks, serially produced for the storage of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) with a volume not greater than 13 m3 and for installation underground. (Published Document (JS))

JS 1751:2006 Road vehicles-Nozzle spouts for unleaded gasoline

this standard specifies the dimention of nozzle spouts on pumps for refueliing road vehicles, and their filling rates. (Published Document (JS))

JS 1522-3:2005 Metering pumps and dispensers to be installed at filling stations and used to dispense liquid fuel Part 3- Guide to maintenance after installation

This part of standard is considerd a maintenance after installation guide for metering pumps and dispensers following part 1 , it also contains the trining schedule,and it applies for flammable liquids having flash point not exceeding 100 c, whereas it does not apply to liquified gases instruments. (Published Document (JS))

JS 1522-2:2005 Metering pumps and dispensers to be installed at filling stations and used to dispense liquid fuel part 2- Guide to installation

Includes hydraulic, mechanical and electrical equipment connections into and out of metering pumps/dispensers constructed in accordance with js1522-1. (Published Document (JS))

JS 1522-1:2005 Metering pumps and dispensers to be installed at filling stations and used to dispense liquid fuel part 1- Specification for construction

Requierments for dispening, under pressure, liquid fuels which are flammable liquids having fash points not exceeding 100c.Particular attention is given to mechanical, hydraulic, and electrical equipment installed eithin, or mounted on the metering pump/dispenser houing (Published Document (JS))