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NIST HB 105-4, Specifications and Tolerances for Reference Standards and Field Standard Weights and Measures 4. Specifications and Tolerances for Liquefied Petroleum Gas and Anhydrous Ammonia Pressurized Volumetic Field Standards

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Author(s)

Georgia L. Harris, L.F. Eason

Abstract

These specifications and tolerances are recommended as minimum requirements for standards used by state and local weights and measures officials and others in the regulatory verification of meters used in quantity determination of pressurized liquid commodities. Other users may find this handbook helpful in the design of volumetric standards for measuring pressurized liquid commodities, but the requirements should not be considered mandatory for special applications outside the scope of regulatory weights and measures.
Citation
Handbook (NIST HB) - 105-4 2009
Report Number
105-4 2009

Keywords

back check valve, excess flow valve, hydrostatic relief valve, pressure vessels, pressure relief valve, pressurized volumetric field standards, provers, specifications, vapor return, volumetric specifications and tolerances, weights and measures.

Citation

Harris, G. and Eason, L. (2010), NIST HB 105-4, Specifications and Tolerances for Reference Standards and Field Standard Weights and Measures 4. Specifications and Tolerances for Liquefied Petroleum Gas and Anhydrous Ammonia Pressurized Volumetic Field Standards, Handbook (NIST HB), National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD (Accessed May 30, 2024)

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Created February 1, 2010, Updated February 19, 2017