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Working Party on General Safety | Session 110 | 25-29 Apr 2016
Geneva
9. Regulation No. 67 (Equipment for liquefied petroleum gases (LPG))
GRSG/2016/7 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 67 Proposal to allow the use of Class 0 hoses with couplings using sealing technologies other than those with a 45° cone. Currently, non-seamless double and single wall tubes are used in brake and fuel tubing applications, allowing for the use of a variety of end forms and coupling techniques. Provided the tubing can withstand the applicable tests according to Annex 15, Table 1, such configurations should be permitted under UN R67 in order to remove an unwarranted design restriction.
GRSG-110-13 | Proposal for amendments to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 67 Proposal to insert new safety provisions with regard to LPG systems having hydraulic interconnections with the petrol or diesel fueling system through which inter-flows of fuels may occur.
GRSG-110-25 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 67 Proposal of corrections to document GRSG/2016/7. The wording of the original proposal opens the possible interpretation that the regulation allows materials other than copper, stainless steel, or steel with corrosion-resistant coatings for gas tubes. The intention of the proposal was only to allow for "non-seamless" gas tubing. The original proposal is therefore modified to allow Class 0/I hoses with couplings using gas tubes of other than seamless material.
GRSG/2015/35 | Proposal for amendments to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 67 Proposal to amend UN R67 to allow for limited flows of petrol into the LPG tank of dual fuel vehicles.
GRSG-110-13
Proposal for amendments to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 67 (LG Europe)
25 Apr 2016 Working Party Informal Documents Liquefied Petroleum Gas Equipment LPG Equipment Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of: I. Specific Equipment of Motor Vehicles Using Liquefied Petroleum Gases in their Propulsion System II. A Vehicle Fitted with Specific Equipment for the Use of Liquefied Petroleum Gases in its Propulsion System with regard to the Installation of such Equipment Proposal to insert new safety provisions with regard to LPG systems having hydraulic interconnections with the petrol or diesel fueling system through which inter-flows of fuels may occur. GRSG-110-0013
GRSG-110-25
Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 67 (Netherlands)
28 Apr 2016 Working Party Informal Documents Liquefied Petroleum Gas Equipment LPG Equipment Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of: I. Specific Equipment of Motor Vehicles Using Liquefied Petroleum Gases in their Propulsion System II. A Vehicle Fitted with Specific Equipment for the Use of Liquefied Petroleum Gases in its Propulsion System with regard to the Installation of such Equipment Proposal of corrections to document GRSG/2016/7. The wording of the original proposal opens the possible interpretation that the regulation allows materials other than copper, stainless steel, or steel with corrosion-resistant coatings for gas tubes. The intention of the proposal was only to allow for "non-seamless" gas tubing. The original proposal is therefore modified to allow Class 0/I hoses with couplings using gas tubes of other than seamless material. GRSG-110-0025
GRSG/2016/7
Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 67 (Netherlands)
11 Feb 2016 Working Party Formal Documents Liquefied Petroleum Gas Equipment LPG Equipment Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of: I. Specific Equipment of Motor Vehicles Using Liquefied Petroleum Gases in their Propulsion System II. A Vehicle Fitted with Specific Equipment for the Use of Liquefied Petroleum Gases in its Propulsion System with regard to the Installation of such Equipment Proposal to allow the use of Class 0 hoses with couplings using sealing technologies other than those with a 45° cone. Currently, non-seamless double and single wall tubes are used in brake and fuel tubing applications, allowing for the use of a variety of end forms and coupling techniques. Provided the tubing can withstand the applicable tests according to Annex 15, Table 1, such configurations should be permitted under UN R67 in order to remove an unwarranted design restriction. GRSG/2016/0007
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