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EVS-EN 12279:2007

Gas supply systems - Gas pressure regulating installation on service lines - Functional requirements CONSOLIDATED TEXT

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Valid from 08.01.2008
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EN 12279:2000+A1:2005
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08.01.2008
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This standard contains the relevant functional requirements for gas pressure regulating installations forming a part of the service lines in gas supply systems. It is applicable to the design, materials, construction, testing, operation and maintenance of gas pressure regulating installations which form a part of the service line for the supply of residential, high rise, public access, commercial and mixed use buildings (see EN 1775) and for which the maximum upstream operating pressure is equal to or less than 16 bar and the design flow rate is equal to or less than 200 m3/h (normal m3/h).
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