Thursday 24th September 2020
This week Liquid Gas UK issue revised safety standards in Code of Practice 11, which sets out the standards for the safe installation and use of LPG as a motor fuel for road vehicles.
The Code includes the design and installation of the LPG fuel tank and the fuel feed system comprising - fittings, pipework, connections, and controls for the internal combustion engine.
The renowned LPG industry Codes of Practice provide expert guidance on engineering and safety practice across a wide range of technical areas. The Codes cover the design of bulk tanks and pipework, installation, operations, storage, transportation, and utilisation of LPG. Liquid Gas UK Codes of Practice are available across a number of sectors and are used around the world.
Richard Hakeem, Director of Safety and Technical Policy at Liquid Gas UK, said:
“We’re pleased to publish this revised edition as it recognises changes in the standards and regulatory provisions that have recently developed and gives comprehensive guidance on fuel systems for heavy duty engines for goods vehicles, buses, and coaches and passenger services vehicles.
Liquid Gas UK has long been a leader in providing safety standards across the world. We have a long-established history of developing Codes with the first one produced over forty-five years ago.”
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