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OBJETO Y CAMPO DE
APLICACION..........................................................................................................
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2 NORMAS PARA CONSULTA............................................................................... 4
3 DEFINICIONES........................................................................................................ 4
4 DISESTO AND CONSTRUCTION OF THE INSTALLATION... 6
4.1
Instalaci6n de
descarga.....................................................................................................................................................
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4.2
Instalaci6n de
almacenamiento..................................................................................................................................
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4.3
Instalaci6n de
regasificaci6n.........................................................................................................................................
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4.4 VIllvula interrupci6n by minimum temperature automkica... 7
4.5
Utilities,
vIllvulasanduniones....................................................................................................................................
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4.6
Instalaci6n de
control.........................................................................................................................................................
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4.7 Instalaci6n el&trica................................................................................................. 9
4.8
Instalaci6n contra
incendios..........................................................................................................................................
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4.9
Grupo de
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4.10 Instalaci6n de
odorizaci6n..............................................................................................................................................
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5 EMPLAZAMIENTO................................................................................................
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5.1
Condiciones
generales.......................................................................................................................................................
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5.2 Protection against spills pails...
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5.3 Distancias de
seguridad.....................................................................................................................................................
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6 PRUEBAS EN OBRA...............................................................................................
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7 EXPLOTACION.......................................................................................................
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7.1
Generalidades..............................................................................................................................................
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7.2
Operaciones de
descarga.................................................................................................................................................
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7.3 Maintenanceandperiodic revisions...
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7.4 Plan de
emergencia...................................................................................................................................................
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8 BIBLIOGRAFIA.......................................................................................................
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1 OBJECT AND FIELD OF APPLICATION
This standard defines the essential technical requirements and safety measures to be observedrelating to the
design, construction, testing, installation, use, maintenance and revisions periodic plants of liquefied natural gas
(LNG) cryogenic dispensers and their equipment with geometricvolumecapacity, simple or joint, exceeding 1
m
3
and less than or equal to 1 500 m
3
and with pressure higher than 1 bar service maximum.
To perform this standard have been taken as reference the guidelines provided by the standard UNE-EN
13645.
2 RULES FOR CONSULTATION
The documents listed below are indispensable for the application of this standard. Only the editing of those
documents listed with date of publication aeronautical is applicable. On the other hand, is applicable in the
lastedition (including any modification that existed) of those documents that are referenced undated.
UNE 60312Stations of disarmament for pipes for distribution of gaseous fuels with pressure ofnot exceeding 16
bar entry.
UNE 60620-5Natural gas reception facilities provided at pressures greater than 5 bar. Part 5: Groups of
regulation.
UNE 60670-3Reception facilities of gas supplied to an operation (MOP) lower maximum pressure orequal to 5
bar. Part 3: Pipes, items, accessories and their joints.
UNE-EN 1160Installations and equipment for liquefied natural gas.General characteristics of liquefied natural gas.
UNE-EN 13645Installations and equipment for liquefied natural gas. Terrestrial facilities Diseito with storage
capacity ranging from 5 to 200 t. t
UNE - EN 60079-10Material for explosive gas atm6sferas electrical. Part 10: Classification of sites hazardous.
3 DEFINITIONS
For the purposes of this document, the following definition isapplied:
3.1 insulation:
Coating installed around the inner pot to reduce thermic flow from outside to inside.
3.2 cryogenic:
Designed to work at temperatures from - 196 C or lower.
3.3 vaporizaci6n gas(boil-off):
Gas resulting from the natural process of vaporizaci6n of LNG, next to your state of balance.
3.4 gas of evaporationsudden or instantaneous:
A sudden vaporizaci6n of LNG resulting gas, out of its state of equilibrium.
3.5 liquefied natural gas, LNG:
Colorless in State fluid liquid, composed predominantly of methane and small amounts may containof ethane,
propane, nitr6geno or other components that are normally found in natural gas.
3.6 installation of storage:
Set the inner pot, insulation, envelope, supports, equipment start-up pressure, piping, valves,instrumentaci6n and
control elements that form a set that stored LNG.
3.7 installation of discharge:
Set of elements that allow the transfer and circulation of LNG from the tankers to storage in the plant.
3.8 regasificaci6n installation:
A set of equipment and corresponding accessories located downstream from the dispenser cryogenic of LNG
and whose fimci6n is to transform the liquid stored in gas to ambient temperature or next to it.
3.9 continuous indication of filling level:
Device whereby information on the filling level of the dispenser can be obtained. This information can be
expressed in units of volume, mass or percentage of the total volume.
3.10 staff of operation(
1)
:
Any person authorized to act on the control of the plant, whether locally or remote.
3.11 floor of non-contact operation:
( Plant where all control is done remotely on the elements indicated in point b) of the section 4.6.
3.12 plant satellite:
A set of regasificaci6n of LNG and storage facilities to supply natural gas to local consumption or distribution
networks.
3.13 pressure admissible maximum, PS:
Pressure maximum which is designed for a computer, specified by the manufacturer.
3.14 maximum pressure service, Pms:
Pressure maxima effective admissible in the pipeline or vessel subjected to gas pressure. The first valve of security
is set to this value.
3.15 emergency stop system:
System that safely and effectively for the plant of LNG, or zones or part of it, only through a rapid action.
3.16 security of minimum temperature valve:
Valve installed on the gas at the exit of the vaporizer line and from which is considered as the gas islocated in room
temperature conditions. It has a lock automaticclosing system in the case of detect the temperature of the gas is
below the minimum specified service temperature downstream the same.
( 1) Can include drivers of transport of LNG that they supply to the plant, if reasons
specific transport affect directly in the operations carried out in discharge installations.
4 Design and Construction of the installation
4.1 Discharge system Installation
The transfer and circulation of LNG from the tankers to storage of the plant dispenser must be by
cryogenic pumps or differential pressures.
To download by pressure difference, should be a team of regasificaci6n to pressurize thegas phase of the
cistern, which should be at a level lower than the output of LNG from the tanker and comply with statedin
section 4.3.1 of this standard.
Connection between the installation of discharge and the cistern must be carried out with flexible hoses
cryogenicpermanently connected to the fixed installation. The mouths of interconnection links with tanks
must be specifically designed for LNG.
The lines of connection with regasificaci6n and dispensers of storage teams must have the valvescryogenic
required for presurizaci6n and unloading maneuvers. Also & I must have valvescryogenicbleed for the prior
to its disconnecting hoses despresurizaci6n.
If the discharge is carried out through use of pumps located in the plant itself, cryogenic 6th mustbe
homologated to be used in areas with possible presence of gas. Installation of fitted with discharge of
transfer by means of pumps cryogenic, you must have a system of emergency that actively stop own
installation, interrupting the operation of the pumps.
The valve of retaining should be installed in a commontubing unloading of LNG to the dispenser or dispensers,
and valves ofsecurity between two consecutive interception valves that can hold LNG between both.
4.2 Installation of storage
The dispensers used for service in plants of LNG plants must meet the requirements of the
legislationexisting(
2
)
Each storage bin must be equipped with their corresponding valves and control elements and safety set out
in the existing legislation(
2
) as the certification and associated documentation of theconstructor. Design of
the same pressure must leave a margin wide big above its pressure of service so that to minimize the frequency
of firing of the security valves.
Thevaporizer of start-up pressure rapidly of the dispenser must follow the provisions in paragraph 4.3.1.
For the selection of the materials to be used for the construction of the installation of storage, isshould take
into account the recommendations of the standard UNE-EN 1160.
Installation must be equipped with a system with valves or economizers which must act in cases in which
theLNG consumption is reduced, managing part of phase gas or boil-off of the inside of the dispenser
to the circuit ofregasificaci6n and hence added to gas emission, thereby avoiding the increase of pressure on
the inside of the dispenser.
4.3 Installation of vaporizers
4.3.1 Vaporizers
The materials used can choose from materials for LNG related in the norm UNE-EN 1160. The compatibility
of materials with possible heating fluid should be considered.
( 2) Publication of this standard when the existing legislation is the Royal Decree
769/1999, of May 7, by which dictate the provisions of application of the directive of the European Parliament and of the Council
97/23/EC, concerning the pressureequipment and amending the Royal Decree 1244 / 1979, 4 April, which approves the regulation
of devices to pressure.
The vaporizerdesign pressure should be at least more predictable power pressure whereas thevarious items and
equipment prior to the same (design pressure of the container, pressure of possible pumps pressure of
circulation or pressurization of LNG, etc.). Should be considered in your design tensions t & micas during
service, tensions t & transitional micas due to cooling, its own weight, and the possible external variable
actions to that this subject (wind, snow, etc.).
If you have vaporizer atmospheric, you must take into consideration the reduction of gas temperatureissued due
to ice forming on the wings. The vaporizer must be prepared in these cases in two parallel sections that
must be insulated so that when one of sections this running the other this defrosting.
The vaporizer and other complementary elements foreign to the dispenser must be anchored and their
pipelines ofconnection be sufficiently flexible to prevent effects due to the expansions and contractions by
the temperature changes.
Openvaporizers where evaporated heating water ofis vented to atmosphere are not allowed.
4.3.2 Super heaters
The eventual gas heaters used to heat the gasvaporizer from the atmospheric vaporizer or other elements,
must design and build in accordance with the same requirements laid down inprevious to the vaporizer.
4.3.3 Safety devices
Each regas system must be protected by a valve of safety cryogenic, capable of relieving gasenough to avoid
that the pressure may exceed 110% of the maximum of service pressure. Pressure calibration should be as
maximum of the vaporizer design. The relief to the atm6sfera must be protected by the corresponding
Flash suppressor, and must perform the download to points where you cannot create conditions
environmental hazardous.
Each vaporizer must be isolated by blocking valves both in the natural gas-LNG circuit as in theheat input
circuit.
4.4 Cold Temperature shut down valve
The valves between the vaporizer output and output with a system adjustment group should collate ofclose
automatic in the event that it detects a temperature to the same lower output at - 10 C, or lower to
therecommended by the manufacturer to ensure the integrity of materials located downstream, if lower 6th
at- 10 C. This valve of interrupci6n must be manually reset. Your design must be fire resistant.
The command of the valves serial must come from a sensor of temperature or transmitter to be installed
between thevaporizer and the Group of adjustment.
The operation of this valve must be guaranteed at all times. So, before a possible failure electric that
precludes the power in its internal operation, circuit or a lack of pressure in your drive pneumatic or in the
primary operating system, the valves should be in closed position.
The valves or valves of minimum security set temperature only should be used for which is hasestablished: ensure
the interrupci6n of the gas flow by minimum temperature, and must not be used for anotherfunctionality in
the whole of the plant.
4.5 Utilities, v61vulas and joints
4.5.1 Design
The construction materials used in pipes and fittings should be chosen according to the conditions of use
recommended in the standard UNE-EN 1160.
Must take the necessary measures to avoid any sufficient differential contraction to cause thedeformaci6n,
jam parts moving, defects, alignment, etc., and wrinkling of ice of the components incontact with the
atm6sfera. Special measures should be taken in order to take into account the variations dimensional
tubes related to changes in temperature.
Components located upstream from the location of the valvesautomatic of interrupci6n by
minimumtemperature must be suitable to operate at-196 C.
Also, materials of components situated downstream from the valves of security by minimum
temperaturemust be suitable for the temperature lowest that may occur, until the valve of security
byminimum temperature can be closed.
Should take special precautions for those materials on accidental contact with LNG due to a leak orspill.In an
emergency these pipelines must be protected with insulation or other means to prevent its deterioration due
to the extreme temperatures that can see subject until the relevant correctives actions are carried out.
Pipe brackets and fixings on them should avoid the myth of etching galvanic andallow movement of the pipe
due to the contraction or dilataci6n t & mica without exceeding the permitted tensions. The stand design must
be suitable for this fimci6n and should prevent any bridge cold between the tube and the structure on which to
rest or of which this suspended.
4.5.2 Safety devices
The pipe sections between two valves of closure must be protected by a system of relief ofpressure that
prevents damage to it where it is liquid cryogenic or gas cold trapped between both valves.
These relief devices must have a length of pipe of minimum length of 10 cm that separate them from the cold
zoneto prevent them from getting blocked by ice. Pressure calibration of these devices should be less than the
pressure service maxima established for the protected line.
4.5.3 Assembly and construction
Welding procedures must conform to the norm UNE be them from time to time pursuant to the type of
pipechosen. Welders should be trained to execute their work.
Expansions and contractions due to temperature changes, as well as the vibrations and movements should be
considered.
The dismountable joints of pipes must be flanged.
Connections are to be provided of vent and purge necessary for testing, commissioning gas,
decommissioning,operation and maintenance.
4.6 Installation of control
The plant control systems safety should allow monitoring and controlling the security of the plant and the
basicparameters of process, allowing to adjust the parameters of work.
(a) plants of attended operation
For the dotaci6n of dispensers items minimum control for plants of on-site operation andmanual
operation must be as follows:
-Service pressure Man6metro.
-Continuous indication of filling level.
-Level of high point or maximum supported level.
-Service Valves.
Must be registered in a general control panel pressure and temperature of the gas before his departure
from plant,can register other variables of service deemed suitable.
(b) Unattended operation plants
For unattended operation plants the following controls and minimum alarms should be
-Dispensers service pressure.
-Continuous level of LNG in the dispensers.
-Temperature of the gas emission.
-Lack of electric power to the plant.
-Breakdown in the system of vaporizaci6n.
-Presence of gas in boilers or alternative groups of power electric room.
-Drive interrupci6n by minimum temperature valves.
-Intrusion in the plant.
E1 control and alarms must be transmitted directly to the operator who may be in a remote place and be also
recorded on the computer in control (PLC), if it existed in the plant itself.
All the instrumentaci6n control and alarms, must be independent of the normal operation of the plant (the
Designer should avoid the necessity of putting out of operation part of the plant for the maintenance of the
instrumentaci6n). However, non-contact operation plants, when maintenance of the instrumentsrequires the
lack prolonged control of some element that does not have control redundant or alternate, this shortcoming
must be replaced by visits periodic direct staff about the plant.
4.7 Installation the & shock
The classification of areas of the plant the Norma UNE-EN 60079-10 must be as.
Electric, put installation and installation control to be installed, or any pictures PA electric is(should be
performed as described in the existing regulation
3)
.All structures and parts metallic of the plant, as well as the
tanker during operation of discharge, should befind grounded, so that the grounding resistance is less than
20Q.


( 3) At the time of publication of this standard, the existing 1egis1acin is the Royal Decree
842/2002, 2 August, which approves the regulation for low tension electro technical.
4.8 Installation fire
In the area of dispensers and regasificaci6n of LNG, the installation must be equipped with dry powder
extinguishers inproportion of 10 kg of powder per 1 000 kg of product, with a minimum of 2 kg on two
extinguishers.
Fire extinguishers must be placed and distributed in places easily accessible.
If the ability to geometric storage of the plant safety is above 450 m
3
and the distance between dispensers is less
than 15 m, is required superior irrigaci6n for refrigerating them with a capacity of 3 1/min/m
2
.
Facilities that do not have external water supply must incorporate storage dispensersand pumping media that
allow the functioning of the network during 30 min at the pressure and flow rate established.
4.9 Group of regulation
In the case of that plant safety.supply gas to one distribution network must install a set of adjustment
accordance with the requirements established in the norm UNE 60312. If the plant safety supplies gas to a
user unique, the measurement of consumption is not enforceable, and must install a set of adjustment that
complies with the requirements established in the norm 60670-3 UNE or UNE 60620-5, as appropriate,
according to the supply pressure to the corresponding receiver installation.
4.10 Installation of odorizaci6n
Before his departure from plant, the gas must be odorized in such a way that any leakage can be detected
easilywhen there is a mixture whose concentration volumetric is 1/5 of the corresponding to the lower
limit of flammability.
5 Site5.1 General conditions
The installation must be protected, as a minimum, by a fence metallic that prevents people outside the service
may manipulate the installations or approaching them. The fence must have at least two outs conflicting, with
doors opening inward to output.
The fence may not be installed if the plant is located inside an enclosure that outsiders do not agree to theservice.
The installation location must allow the press access to supply vehicles, maintenance andextinci6n fires, as
well as authorized personnel. The plant inside the circulation of vehicles must limited to what is strictly
necessary for the work of supply, maintenance and extinci6n of fire. The circulation must be disposed of so
that maneuvers, having parking permit form to avoid more shuntingof evacuation of the vehicle.
The lighting, especially in the area of discharge, should be sufficient to ensure the general security of
theoperations carried out in the plant.
Should be placed in a visible place a poster indicating the type of installation, specific hazards and
measuresrecommended safety.
5.2. Protection against spills pails
The purpose of the pails must be collect and confine the LNG that, for accidental causes, can be poured. In its
vicinity there must be measures propmaking against fire, as well as elements of propmaking for minimize the
effects of the vaporaci6n sudden of the LNG.
If a collection contains more than one bin, the joint maxima of the dispensers capacity must not exceed 270
m
3
.
There should be items associated to the dispenser or dispensers set, in the interior of the pails as well as
thefacilities associated with emission vaporizers cryogenic.
The installation of all foreign cryogenicpipe to the pails must ensure that any possible spill of LNGbe
channeled to the collection of higher capacity.
The pails can consist of natural barriers, levees, walls of contenci6n or an excavation in the groundable to resist
actions mechanicals, thermic or chemicals of the LNG.
The walls of the pails of contenci6n of the dispensers must be at least 1.5 m from any surfaceside or front
them.
In the case of multiple dispensers in the same collection, the minimum among them gap must be 2 m.
The pails can be adjacent (contention common wall) or non-adjacent, in which case a distance should separate
them least 4 m to allow the passage of vehicles.
The capacity of the pails must be set in accordance with the following principles:
-If the collection is home to a single dispenser, the minimum volume must be geometric the capacity of
thecontainer.
-If the collection contains more than one bin, the volume of the collection must be the geometric dispenser
capacitygreater. In this situation, in which various dispensers share same collection, measures should be
taken for protection to ensure that the dispensers are protected against low temperatures by spill or
resulted in fire, because of the discharge of any of the dispensers.
-For pails that have reasonable nth of a dispenser and not taken the measures of the paragraph above, the
volume of the collection shall be the sum of capacity geometric dispensers.
In potential points of spillage of LNG (valves, flange, auxiliary equipment, etc.) where the roughly of the
spill can leave the collection, 6te wall height must be greater than the height of those points, except in
thosecases in which the distance from 6th to the wall of the collection is greater than 5 m and the height
thereof is less than 1.5 m or have been taken measures antiproyecci6n of the spill (such as screens, sheaths,
etc.).
3
Must be installed in facilities of more than 270 m joint capacity, downstream from the manual valves of
output phase liquid of each dispenser to the circuit of regasificaci6n, thevalvescryogenic with opening
command andclose distance. The valves drives must be located in accessible and external area to the
corresponding pails of contenci6n. In non-contact operation plants this valves must be by remotefrom the
control center. In plants with capacity of less than 270 m
3
such valves is not required.
5.3. Safety distances
The distances shown here are the minimum that must exist between the boundaries of the dispenser or
dispensers and thevarious places cited.
Safety plants are classified as joint geometric of storage capacity:
Capacity from 1 m
3
up to 5 m
3

BFrom 5up to 20 m
3

C from 20up to 60 m
3

DFrom 60up to 200 m
3

EFrom 200up to 400 m
3

F from 400up to 1500 m
3

Table 1 shows the distances that dispensers should be kept with respect to the following items.
Table 1 minimum safety distances
Distances in m
Total installed capacity A. B C (D) E F
Elements

Openings of buildings, s6tanos, sewers or o. 5 10 15 20 20 25
Engines,switches(not explosion-proof),dispensers of materials
flammable
5 10 15 15 15 15
Roughly electrics lines 10 15 15 15 15 15
Property public, roads, railway tracks, limit fixed foci ofinflamaci6n
10 10 15 25 30 35
Openings of buildings of public concurrence, administrative, teaching,
usecommercial, hospital, etc.
10 20 30 45 60 60

The distance from the area of connection fixed hoses from the docks of shock to the established elements
should bethe equivalent of A capacity.
Where it is not possible to comply with these distances, all the variations that may be made must be justified
and themeasures of another order taken in substitution, as for example, the administration of screens or
obstaclesthatforce gas to make a journey or exceeding the distances required in table 1.
6 TESTS IN WORK
Before the installation of the pressure equipment must be checked that they have supporting documentation of
your(compliance with the existing regulation
4)
, as well as carry out a visual inspection of the State of the same.
The storage dispensers must undergo a leak test at a pressure of 1.1 times test thepressure maxima of service for
at least 24 hours. The test should preferably be carried out with gas pneumaticinert-free moisture.
In the dispensers with insulation vacuum, the leakage test can be replaced with a measure of vacuum during1
h. If the is less than 0.6 mbar test can give by valid and must, otherwise, the test of tightness.

( 4) Publication of this standard when the existing legislation is the Royal Decree
769/1999, of May 7, by which dictate the provisions of application of the directive of the European Parliament and of the Council
97/23/EC, concerning pressure equipment and amending the Royal Decree 1244 / 1979, 4 April, which approved the regulation of
pressure devices.
The installation must undergo a test of validation of safety with the sealing systemsSecurity valves.
Drain points are to be provided and venting hydraulics or pneumatic, are required for testing ensuring that
installation is completely filled when they begin these tests, and which are empty completely at the end.
Before first charging of GNL installation, dispenser cold start-up must be performed and thecircuits
cryogenic, using a trickle of nitr6geno liquid, containing more than 10% of the capacitydispenser and for a
minimum of 12 hours has elapsed this time and before emptying of the nitr6geno liquid must be inspected all
circuits cryogenic, devoting special attention to the mounting points. Also, must be the measurement of
vacuum while the dispenser to pressure service maxima.
It should be supervised, in function of the characteristics of the dispenser, the first charging of GNL
carried out fullguarantees that the nitr6geno liquid and the rest of components used in the tests, vaporized
lawfully, bebeen extracted completely from the dispenser.
7 Exploitation
7.1 General information
Personnel that operates the plant must have appropriate drain, gas handling knowledgenatural phases in
liquid and gaseous, of different operations running at the plant, the use of instruments and tools, as well as of
security systems and equipment for individual protection.

Thepersonnel who control of the plant must be knowledgeable of how to act before a situation of emergency.
7.2 Unloading operations
Must exist and fulfill a written procedure that includes minimum indications and checks that aredescribed below.
Tanks vehicles, responsible for the supply of LNG, must meet the established assurances in the(existing
regulation on the transport of dangerous goods
s)
and your driver must possess wrinkling and validation
necessary in this regard.
The discharge operation must be met continuously for a minimum of two people.
Cistern should be located at a point next to the mouth of load and is oriented toward the exit, in a way that
yourdeparture from the area, in an emergency, not present difficulties, and can be performed without having
to maneuver.
Lawfully parked the tanker and before you start the download operation, a: should proceed immediately
-Activate the parking brake and place a downshift.
-Fit the wheels if the floor uneven est..
-To ground the vehicle.
-Stop the engine of the vehicle. However, unloading can be made using the engine running in those cases
where located syphoning equipment on the vehicle and for whose operation the operation is
needed for the same. In this case you must implement a protocol of explosimeter and, where appropriate,
measures additional to guarantee security conditions.

(5) At the time of publication of this standard the current legislation is the European
regulation of dangerous (ADR) whichever transportation.
The connecting and disconnecting of the unloading hoses must be with engine stopped. E1 operation of
engine and connection of the battery must be done during the strictly necessary time for the download.
If during downloading will remit to use tools or lamps portables, this must be of the sealed type shock
proof and spark arresters.
The amount maxima that each of them can must be checked before you start filling the dispensersadmit,
and that the tank properly grounded installation.
Should check the conditions of pressure and level of liquid dispenser storage throughout theoperation. You
must control this and the rest of the installation parameters.
7.3 Maintenance and periodic revisions
All components of the installation must be submitted to the maintenance and periodic indicated in the
existing legislation revisions(
6)
.
Then, facilities must be subjected to the control and maintenance operations to indicate the manufacturer of
thecomputers and components, and must be made periodically checks and necessary checks forknow at all
times the status of the installation, as well as to take appropriate measures to ensure its correctoperation and safety
conditions.
As for periodic revisions, those should include the following checks:
-Measurement of the vacuum of the dispenser (you must accept if the measurement is less than 0.60
mbar).
-Leakage test (can be replaced by a measure of vacuum).
-evidenceand sealing of valves of the dispenser.
-Compliance with regulatory conditions evidence.
-Grounding evidence.
In addition, with the periodicity established by regulation, must be carried in the dispenser a test neumkica to
1.1times its permissible maxima pressure. This test must be carried out with inert gas or the gas itself
from the dispenser, thereby avoiding the contents of moisture in it.
7.4 Emergency plan
LNG facilities should be designed to reduce to a minimum the risks to persons and material means, so in
principle, the risks that may occur in the interior withpossible repercusi6n outwards. For this reason, all LNG
plant must have an emergency plan according to the existing legislation
7)
, which should be known by all
personnel who operate and control the plant or you use it.
8 Bibliography
UNE-EN 1473Installations and equipment for liquefied natural gas.Terrestrial facilities Diseito.
6)At the time of publication of this standard the current legislacin is the Royal
Decree 919/2006, of 28 July, which approves the regulation numbers of distribuchin and utilizackin of gaseous fuels and their
complementary techniques instructions leG01 11.
7)At the time of publication of this standard the current legislacin is the Royal Decree 1254 / 1999, of July 16, by which approve
measures control of the risks inherent to major accidents involving dangerous substances, amended by the Royal Decree
948/2005 and Royal Decree 119/2005.