Order On International Transport Of Perishable Goods

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om international transport af letfordærvelige fødevarer

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Overview (table of contents)

Chapter 1

Scope of the Order


Chapter 2

Approval of insulated transport equipment


Chapter 3

The vehicles hygienic construction and design


Chapter 4

Transport Temperatures


Chapter 5

ATP stock control and the ATP Committee


Chapter 6

Budget and Accounts


Chapter 7

Checks on imports and exports


Chapter 8

Commencement and penalties


Appendix 1

Definitions and standards for specific equipment for transportation of perishable food


Appendix 2

Provisions regarding the control of insulated, refrigerated, mechanically refrigerated or heated equipment for meeting standards.


Appendix 3

Methods and procedures for measuring and checking the insulation ability and efficiency of the cooling or heating system on specific equipment for transportation of perishable food


Model 1 A

Test report, Model 1 A


Model 1B

Test report, Model 1 B


Model 2 A

Test report, model 2 A


Model 2 B

Test report, model 2 B


Model 3

Test report, model 3


Model 4 A

Test report, model 4 A


Model 4 B

Test report, model 4 B


Model 4 C

Test report, model 4 C


Model 5

Test report, model 5


Model 6

Test report, model 6


Model 7

Test report, model 7


Model 8

Test report, model 8


Model 9

Test report, model 9


Model 10

Test report, model 10









Appendix 4

ATP certificate and identification plate


Appendix 5

Distinguishing marks, as applied to specific equipment


Appendix 6

Monitoring of air temperatures for transport of perishable food that is frozen


Appendix 7

Procedure for the sampling and measurement of temperatures in the transport of chilled, frozen, perishable foods


Appendix 8

Contents


The full text
Order on international transport of perishable goods
Pursuant to § 49 paragraph. 2, § 53 paragraph. 2, § 54 paragraph. 5, § 58 paragraph. 3 and § 60 paragraph. 1 and 2 of the Act on foodstuffs under. Legislative Decree no. 250 of 8 March 2013, after negotiations with the Minister of Justice determined:

Chapter 1

Scope of the Order

§ 1. For commercial transport specified in § 17 paragraph. 1 and § 18 paragraph. 1 mentioned foods should be used on vehicles that are approved and marked in accordance with Chapter 2, and equipment for road transport must be accompanied by a certificate of approval (ATP certificate), see. § 2. 2.

PCS. 2. The paragraphs. 1 stated requirements for transportation equipment must be met when:

1) food imported into Denmark for transport by road or rail, or

2) the food in the same manner performed by Denmark for entry in a country that has acceded to ATP Treaty.

PCS. 3. The provisions of paragraph. 1 mentioned requirements relating to transport equipment to be imported and exported, as specified in paragraph. 2, shall be complied with by sea transport in trucks, containers or railway wagons on condition that maritime transport takes place without transhipment and precedes or follows one or more transport on land, subject to paragraph. 2, or takes place between two such transport on land and sea is less than 150 kilometers.

PCS. 4. The requirements of paragraphs. 1 relating to transport equipment shall not be complied where the temperatures can be expected throughout transport, the use of insulated transport equipment clearly unnecessary for the purpose of maintaining the in § 17 paragraph. 1 and § 18 paragraph. 1 and 2, at the transport temperatures.

Chapter 2


Approval of insulated transport equipment

§ 2. Approval of insulated transport equipment made by DMRI, ATP stock control, Maglegårdsvej 2, 4000 Roskilde.

PCS. 2. Evidence of an approval of a certificate.

PCS. 3. If a certificate is lost, the holder must notify the stock control.

§ 3. Insulated transport equipment can be approved in the classes listed in Annex 5, when the equipment meets the for the classes listed in the Annex requirements and is designed in such a way that the equipment for normal maintenance is likely to meet these requirements throughout the approval period referred to. §§ 5, 7 and 9.

PCS. 2. It is also a condition for approval that the equipment meets the in Sec. 3 requirements imposed on the hygienic design and decor.
Stk.3. Applications and documents can be sent electronically via virk.dk. In this case, the applicant must retain the original material throughout the approval maturity. Test reports should always be submitted in the original version or certified copy.

§ 4. Equipment manufactured in serial production, and where each unit is of the same structural design can be approved.

PCS. 2. The application for approval shall be transmitted to the ATP stock control. The application must contain information about the general design and be accompanied by relevant drawings from the manufacturer. Equipment checks may require both a prototype which later produced devices made for vision and expense of the applicant require equipment or parts thereof studied in laboratory testing station el. the like. Like stock control must have access to continuously during production following the general design and decor.

§ 5. An approval valid for a period of 6 years, and may, based on type approval certificates are issued for specimens of that type of equipment when the equipment control in a satisfactory manner proved that the device is designed in accordance with the approved type.

PCS. 2. An approval is only valid as long as the devices of that type of equipment is manufactured, designed and equipped in strict accordance with the approval. By any change to the design, layout or equipment that is not material in nature, removes the possibility of lawful use in accordance with the type approval. Such changes must be approved by equipment control, possibly in the form of a new approval before the changed product can legally be used.

PCS. 3. Where the type approved equipment is not in proper condition, ATP-material control determine that approval

§ 6. For new equipment manufactured in accordance with an approved type as described in § 4, a certificate is valid for a period of 6 years.

PCS. 2. If the ATP stock control, that stock for which the certificate has been issued in accordance with the type-approved, do not meet the conditions and specifications for type approval may ATP-material control determine that certificates for new devices of the type to be issued for a shorter period than indicated in paragraph. 1. The approval period for existing certificates can similarly shortened. Moreover, certificates of ATP stock control could be involved or their continued validity conditional on renewed acceptance as for products in service under the made survey equipment.

§ 7. Use materials and supplies that are not approved, shall be subject to approval.

PCS. 2. Such authorization is valid for 3 years.

§ 8. ATP stock control at any time summon equipment for vision and make a continued validity of a certificate already granted depending upon submission of supporting documents for that at the sight deficiencies identified have been rectified within a time limit which supplies control sets for repair .

PCS. 2. significant deficiencies in the vehicles construction, insulation or cooling / heating capacity or rolling stock equipment in general, etc. can for the equipment issued ATP certificate be withdrawn until a final decision in accordance with the conducted survey and subsequent approval.

§ 9. cold and heating equipment must be approved on the basis of information about design, performance, etc. and a practical test. The approval of such a plant may also be subject to approvals see. § 4.

PCS. 2. The authorization covers a maximum of 6 years, but stock control can within the authorization period convene the facility for inspection.


§ 10. An approval under §§ 7 and 9 of equipment or facilities whose maintenance mode is not satisfactory, the approval period is fixed at a shorter period.

§ 11. In connection with the release of a product delivered letter combination for a distinguishing mark indicating to which class the equipment is placed, see. Appendix 5. Distinctive label, prominently displayed on the approved equipment.

PCS. 2. Approved equipment must be provided with an identification mark in the form of a plate made of durable material and easily readable types, specify the equipment manufacturer, type, serial number and year of manufacture, see. Annex 4.

PCS. 3. ATP stock control causes the identification plate and the distinguishing mark manufactured and delivered to the declared owner of the approved equipment.

PCS. 4. Distinguishing mark and identification mark may only be used in conjunction with the equipment to which it is delivered.

PCS. 5. Distinctive mark shall be removed from the equipment when the approval period has expired or approval of other reasons has lapsed.

§ 12. A permit lapses if the equipment no longer meets the conditions for approval.

PCS. 2. Approval lapse also by:

1) Changing or extensive repair of the equipment, insulation, interior or exterior cladding.

2) Changing a cold or warm operating capacities and equipment, the replacement for new cold or heating systems of new serial number or type.

3) Loss of or damage to the identification plate.

4) Change of Ownership.

§ 13. Transport equipment and heating and cooling systems, which are mounted on vehicles, which are approved by a competent authority in a country that has acceded to the Treaty shall be treated during transport in this country with material approved in this country on condition that the equipment is provided with identification mark, as specified in § 11 equipment intended for road transport must also be accompanied by an ATP certificate set. § 2. equipment checks may be subject to prior approval in each case from the ATP Committee, cf. . Order authorizing the Danish Meat Research Institute for approval and survey mm of insulated transport equipment for perishable food and reduction of ATP Committee convened of foreign equipment for vision, if there are reasonable doubts about whether the equipment meets the applicable requirements for insulation, cooling performance and hygienic design. Equipment Checks shall on sight making DVFA a report of the results of surveyed for the notification to the competent foreign authority that issued the certificate of approval for the equipment concerned.

Chapter 3

The vehicles hygienic construction and design

§ 14 of the vehicles inside surface, and parts that can come into contact with food must be of corrosion-resistant materials that do not absorb liquid and which can not affect the transported foodstuff, smell, taste, color or texture. These internal surfaces must be smooth, without pores and easy to clean and disinfect, and construction should be closely so that the insulation is not affected by washing with pressure washer or normal detergents.

PCS. 2. There shall be no recesses or pockets which can not be easily cleaned, and collections of material must not absorb liquid.

PCS. 3. The design should be such that the washing water and cleaning agents to flow freely from all interior surfaces including from door frames.

§ 15. Transport Equipment must be provided with efficient devices, which ensures that the food is protected against insects and dust.

PCS. 2. Any liquid drain must be protected against air infiltration.

PCS. 3. Doors to transport the space shall be equipped with tight-fitting double pack which ikkekan soak up liquid, and these doors should be sealed.

§ 16. Kødophæng or shelves must be corrosion-resistant and designed for that food to be transported hanging, and other non-packaged food must not be able to come into direct contact with the floor.

PCS. 2. The surfaces of the vehicles is closely throughout, so that the water or water vapor can not penetrate the insulation.

Chapter 4

Transport Temperatures

§ 17. The transport of food, according to the accompanying documents indicated as frozen or frozen, the temperature at any point in the cargo at loading, during transport and during unloading, be higher than that of each food category below or in the harmonized EU legislation stated:








Ice cream


-10 ° C



butter


-20 ° C





PCS. 2. For certain technical procedures, for example. defrosting the machine chilled stock evaporates, causing a short-term temperature rise of a limited extent in a part of the load can be tolerated a temperature rise of no more than 3 ° C above the temperature of the paragraph. 1 are listed for each food category.

PCS. 3. For the following frozen foods, it is permissible that the temperature gradually increases during transport when it is intended that the food be further processed immediately after delivery:

1) Application.

2) Concentrated fruit juices.

PCS. 4. The temperature in the first paragraph. 3, no. 1 and 2 food must increase to the maximum of the sender specified temperature and what is stated in the contract of carriage. This temperature must not be higher than the current temperatures for refrigerated foods listed. § 18.

PCS. 5. Equipment used for transporting frozen food, to be equipped with a temperature gauge, see. Annex 6

§ 18. For transportation of food that is neither frozen or frozen, the temperature at any point in the cargo at loading, during transport as well as by reading be higher than that of each food category below or in the harmonized EU legislation stated: | ||






- Meat products, except products finished by salting, drying or sterilization.
- Pasteurized milk
certain milk products
(Yoghurt, kefir, cream and fresh cheese, is meant as a non-ripened cheese that is ready to eat shortly after the preparation and which has a limited shelf-life)
- Ready-prepared foods (meat, fish, vegetables)
- Ready to eat prepared raw vegetables, vegetable products, which have been diced, sliced ​​or otherwise reduced in size. Exceptions are the raw vegetables that have only been washed, peeled or cut in half, and
- Fish products or live fish, molluscs and crustaceans


+ 6 ° C





PCS. 2. Temperature control must ensure that food is not the transport frozen at any point in the load.

Chapter 5

ATP stock control and the ATP Committee

§ 19. Upon examination of vehicles must ATP supplies the control apply the definitions and standards for insulated equipment, refrigeration equipment, mechanical cooling equipment and heating equipment specified in the regulation appendix 1

PCS. 2. Equipment check must also comply with the definitions, methods and procedures for measuring and checking the insulation capacity and efficiency of the cooling or heating system on specific equipment for transportation of perishable goods listed in Annex 3 to this Order.

§ 20. Control of insulated, refrigerated, mechanically refrigerated or heated equipment must ATP stock checks are carried out in accordance with the stated in Annex 2 provisions and control the outcome must be specified in one of the in Annex 3, Section VII indicated test reports.

PCS. 2. As the testing station in accordance with these provisions, the ATP stock control or the place and the sites of stock control is designated for these studies.

§ 21. In the exercise of inspection activities must ATP stock control result of this Chapter to specified standards and methods using the Annexes described methods.

PCS. 2. Sampling and measurement of temperatures, in Annex 7 described method used.

PCS. 3. All measurements should be done accurately and carefully. There must not be fired certificate or certificate of a relationship that is not sufficiently illuminated control.

PCS. 4. The owner of vehicles should have access on request to attend the control measurement of its vehicles.


§ 22. ATP equipment checks, in the exercise of its business upon presentation of proper identification to have access to all approved equipment and the premises where the approved transport equipment, cold and heating systems or parts thereof located. The vehicles owner, the owner of the premises where the transport equipment or parts thereof are produced, stored, leased, traded or displayed, and anyone who has such equipment or parts thereof in his possession, is committed to provide material control any assistance in obtaining control access to such sites for which to carry out inspection and, if necessary. also testing of the equipment. These are also obliged to provide material control necessary assistance during an examination on site.

§ 23. Material that for approval or checks made for vision, to be produced at the site in this country and to the time set by the stock control.

PCS. 2. Where special circumstances give reason to believe that foreign vehicles does not implement the transport of perishable foodstuffs under the category in question provided transport temperatures, or where there may be reason to believe that the transport facilities because of deficiencies in the cold box refrigeration, insulation , air tightness electricity. the like. will not be able to comply with the required transport temperatures, the stock control informed of the regulatory authorities and during such System's residence in this country have the right to inspect the vehicles at the border or at the place where loading or unloading is carried out .

PCS. 3. If transport equipment by examination under subsection. 2 is found defective, is authorized pursuant to a certificate in accordance with ATP Treaty provisions issued by another country, the equipment, allow DVFA notice.

§ 24. ATP Committee will assist the Food Authority in the administration of provisions on the international transport of perishable foods.

PCS. 2. The Committee oversees the ATP stock control business.

PCS. 3. ATP Committee reviews and approves the annual accounts and budget of substantive control activities and submit them with its comments to the Food & Drug Administration for final approval.

Chapter 6

Budget and Accounts

§ 25. Food Administration reimburses DMRI expenses in connection with the operation of the ATP stock control. At the same time charge the ATP stock control on DVFA behalf payment for approval and survey mm of transport equipment for perishable foodstuffs (ATP).

PCS. 2. Tariffs for ATP stock control approval and survey mm defined by regulation.

§ 26. DMRI accounting of the income and expenses associated with the ATP stock control business.

PCS. 2. The accounts relating to stock control must be kept in a separate account.

PCS. 3. DMRI forward for each quarter, a statement of expenses incurred in connection with the operation of stock control to the Food Authority. At the same time made a net settlement, stock control income and expenditure during the quarter offset by the Food Authority within one month of the quarter.

PCS. 4. Costs for the ATP Committee's activities is the responsibility of DMRI of ATP stock control operating expenses.

§ 27. Financial statements of the ATP stock checks written by one of the DVFA appointed auditor. The cost should be met by DMRI of stock control operating expenses.

PCS. 2. The auditor has access to at DMRI to obtain all the information in the form of vouchers, etc., as good and reasonable audit practice dictates.

§ 28. The financial year follows the calendar year.

PCS. 2. The budget submitted by 31 December closest prior budget period. The accounts submitted by 1 April next following accounting period.

PCS. 3. In light of the Veterinary and Food Administration approved the accounts for the past financial year made a final statement of payments and receipts. Payment from or payment to DVFA must be made within 4 weeks of the date of statement submission.

Chapter 7

Controls on imports and exports


§ 29. The Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries and SKAT responsible for verification of the equipment used for transport by road, including before or after sea transport, see. § 1. 3 of foods that are covered by this order shall be accompanied by a valid ATP certificate, covering stock and consignment when the equipment was transported from a country which is not an EU member, to Denmark and from Denmark to a country not members of the EU, except for transit.

§ 30. The police responsible for checking that the equipment used for transport by road, including before or after sea transport, see. § 1. 3 of foods that are covered by this order shall be accompanied by a valid ATP certificate, covering stock and consignment of the equipment when it is transported from one EU country to Denmark and from Denmark to another EU country if transport is not only transit purposes.

PCS. 2. The police may stop a vehicle and leave this and accompanying transport documents examine in order to check whether the provisions of this Order are met.

§ 31. Danish State Railways (DSB) is responsible for checking that vehicles used for import and export, except for transit by rail in the Executive Order included food, duly approved, and that there is consistency in the information given in the accompanying documents on consignment and marking of the equipment used.

§ 32. Carriers of equipment covered by § 29 or § 30 paragraph. 1, the control authority present valid ATP certificate and provide the assistance necessary for carrying out the checks. If the equipment is not accompanied by a valid ATP Certificate, passage is denied.

Chapter 8

Commencement and penalties

§ 33. Violation of § 1, § 7, § 11 paragraph. 1, 2, 4 and 5, §§ 17, 18, 22, 32 and Annex 6, punishable by a fine.

PCS. 2. The penalty may increase to imprisonment for up to 2 years if, by the act or omission occurred offense is committed with intent or gross negligence, and the contravention has caused damage to health or risk of such or obtained or intended to achieve financial gain for the person himself or others.

PCS. 3. It may be imposed on companies etc. (legal persons) under the rules of the Penal Code Chapter 5.

§ 34. This Order shall enter into force on 2 October 2013.

PCS. 2. At the same time, Executive Order no. 801 of 6 December 1991 on the international transport of perishable foodstuffs.

Food Administration, 20 September 2013
PDV
Hanne Larsen
/ Annemarie Legart Bisgaard



Appendix 1

Definitions and standards for specific equipment for transportation of perishable food
(Rail wagons, trucks, trailers, semi-trailers, containers and other similar equipment)
Chapter 1
Isolated stock
Material if karrosseri1 is constructed with insulating walls, doors, floor and roof, by which heat exchanges between the vehicle body interior and exterior can be so limited that the total heat transfer coefficient (K coefficient) is such that the equipment may be placed under one of two categories:







IN = Normally insulated equipment:


characterized by a K coefficient equal to or less than 0.7 W / m 2. K;



IR = Loud isolated stock:


characterized by a K coefficient equal to or less than 0.4 W / m 2. K, and side walls with a thickness of at least 45 mm for transport equipment that is wider than 2.50 m.





Definition of K-koefficienten2 and a description of the methodology to be used to measure it, is given in Annex 3.
Chapter 2
Cooled stock
Insulated equipment which, using a cold gives (water ice, with or without the addition of salt; eutectic plates; dry ice, with or without sublimationskontrol; liquefied gases, with or without evaporation control, etc.), excluding a mechanical or 'absorption' assembly is capable of an outer average temperature of + 30 ° C to lower the temperature in the empty body and then maintain it in:







+ 7 ° C max. for class A;
- 10 ° C max. for Class B;
- 20 ° C max. for Class C; and
0 ° C max. for Class D






If the equipment has one or more compartments, receptacles or tanks for the refrigerant, the said compartments, receptacles or tanks could be filled or refilled from the outside, and have the capacity in accordance with the provisions of Annex 3, no. 28
K -koefficienten materiel of class B and C shall in every case be equal to or less than 0.4 W / m2. K.
Chapter 3
Machine Cooled stock
Insulated equipment either fitted own cooling systems or operated in conjunction with other transport equipment devices using such a plant (mechanical compressor, "absorption" -aggregat, etc.). The plant must be able to know an outside average temperature of + 30 ° C to lower the temperature in the empty body to, and maintain it constant at the following levels:
For class A, B and C, any desired, virtually constant value of ten, in accordance with the below-defined standards for the three classes.
Class A. Machine-cooled equipment fitted with a refrigeration plant so that ten selectable between + 12 ° C and 0 ° C inclusive.
Class B. Machine-cooled equipment fitted with a refrigeration plant so that ten selectable between + 12 ° C - 10 ° C inclusive.
Class C. for power supplies equipped with a cooling system so that ten selectable between + 12 ° C - 20 ° C inclusive.
In the case of class D, E and F, a solid, practically constant value ten in accordance with the standards defined below for the three classes: Class D.
Machine-cooled equipment provided with a cooling system, so that ti is equal to or less than 0 ° C.
Class E. Machine-cooled equipment provided with a refrigeration system such that ti is equal to or less than -10 ° C.
Machine Class F-cooled equipment provided with a refrigeration system such that ti is equal to or less than -20 ° C.
K-coefficient for the material in the classes B, C, E, and F must in each case be equal to or less than 0.4 W / m 2. K.
Chapter 4
Heated stock
insulated equipment, which is able to raise the temperature inside the empty body to a virtually constant value of at least + 12 ° C, and then maintaining it for at least 12 hours without renewing supply when the vehicle body exterior average temperature is as listed below:
Class A. Heated equipment to be used when the external average temperature is - 10 ° C.
Class B. Heated equipment to be used when the external average temperature is - 20 ° C.
Heating Qualifying facilities must have the capacity in accordance with the provisions of Annex 3, Chapter 10.
K coefficient of equipment of class B shall in every case be equal to or less than 0.4 W / m2. K.



Appendix 2

Provisions concerning control of insulated, refrigerated, mechanically refrigerated or heated equipment for meeting standards.







1) Control of the prescribed in this Annex norms must be made:



a) before the equipment is put into service



b) periodically, at least once every 6 years and



c) whenever it may be required by the ATP stock control.






With the exception of those listed in Annex 3, Title V and VI referred cases must be done on the testing stations designated or approved by the competent authority of the country where the equipment is registered. This does not apply in the above cases a) when control of the equipment itself or a prototype of which has already been made on a testing station designated or approved by the competent authority of the country where the goods are produced.






2) Methods and procedures to be used for verification of compliance with the standards described in the regulation appendix 3.






3) A certificate equivalent to it in Annex 4 restored issued by the competent authority of the country where the equipment is registered.



Where equipment is transferred to another country which has acceded to ATP Treaty, the equipment must be accompanied by the following documents to the competent authority of the country where the equipment is desired registered, may issue an ATP certificate:




a) Test report for the equipment concerned or, in the case of series produced equipment, of the prototype.



b) ATP certificates issued by the competent authority of the country of manufacture or, for equipment in use, the competent authority of the country of registration. This certificate will be considered as a temporary certificate for a period of up to three months.



c) The series produced equipment, the technical specifications issued by the manufacturer of the equipment or his representative. These specifications cover the same points as in the sections of substantive description of the test report, and they must be written in English, French or Russian.






By the transfer of materiel in use, can be made a visual inspection to confirm its identity before the competent authority of the country where the equipment is to be registered or entered, issue a conformity certificate. The certificate, or a photocopy of this with confirmed authenticity to be stored in the equipment during transport and be presented whenever required by the controlling authority. If the identification plate, as shown in Annex 4, is mounted on the equipment, the said plate, however, equivalent to an ATP certificate. The plate must be removed as soon as the equipment no longer meets the Annex 1-5 contained norms.






4) Identification markings and other characteristics should be applied equipped in accordance with the provisions of Appendix 5. Such labels and other characteristics must be removed as soon as the equipment ceases to be in accordance with the Annex 1-5 set standards.
5) The isolated bodywork 'isolated', 'chilled', 'mechanically refrigerated "or" heated "transport equipment and their thermal plants must each be provided with permanent identification marks affixed by the factory in a visible and accessible place that is not subject for replacement when needed. The identification mark must be controlled easily and without tools. The identification mark on isolated transport equipment must be placed outside of the material.






The identification mark shall contain at least the following information:



a) country of manufacture or letters used in international road traffic



b) the manufacturer or company,



c) model (numbers and / or letters)



d) serial number and



e) the month and year.






6)



a) New equipment of a specific type, manufactured in series, may be approved by testing one unit of that type. If the tested device meets the requirements prescribed for the class to which it is supposed to hear the test report shall be considered a type approval certificate. This certificate is valid for a period of six years from the date of testing. The expiration date of the test report shall be indicated as month and year.



b) The competent authority shall ensure that the production of other units is in conformity with the approved type. This can be done on a sample of units from production series.



c) It is a prerequisite for a device considered to be of the same type as the tested unit that meets the following requirements:






1) If it comes to insulated equipment, in which case the reference equipment may be insulated, refrigerated, mechanically refrigerated or heated equipment







a) the construction shall be comparable and, in particular, the insulating material and isolation method identical to the reference material.



b) the isolating material thickness not less than the reference equipment used,



c) the internal devices be identical or simplified,



d) the number of the number of doors and hatches or other openings may be the same or less, and



e) bodywork internal surface area may not differ by more than +/- 20 per cent.






2) If it comes to refrigerated stock, in which case the reference equipment shall be refrigerated equipment



a) in point 6.c. 1. specified conditions must be met



b) the interior ventilation systems be comparable



c) the cold entity to be identical, and



d) cooling capacity per. inner surface unit to be larger or the same size.






3) If it comes to machine-cooled stock, in which case the reference material shall be either:



- Machine-cooled equipment



a) they shall be carried 6.c. 1.ovenfor specified conditions must be met, and



b) it must be machine-cooled plant effective cooling capacity per. inner surface unit under the same conditions of temperature be higher or the same, or



- Isolated stock, as envisioned later to equip with a mechanical refrigeration system and which is complete in every detail but with the refrigeration unit removed. During the measurement of the coefficient K is closed hole with close fitting panels of the same total thickness and type of insulation, which is mounted on the front wall, and



a) during 6.c. 1. The above conditions must be met, and



b) the effective refrigeration capacity of this machine-cooled units mounted on the insulated reference equipment shall be as defined in annex 3, paragraph 37.






4) If it comes to heated stock, in which case the reference equipment may be insulated heated equipment



a) they shall be carried 6.c. 1. The above conditions must be met



b) the heater must be identical,



c) heating system capacity per. inner surface of the device may be greater or the same and



d) if the production series during the six-year period exceeds 100 units, defines the competent authority, the percentage of units to be tested.







Appendix 3

Methods and procedures for measuring and checking the insulation ability and efficiency of the cooling or heating system on specific equipment for transportation of perishable food

Title I Definitions and general principles
Chapter 1
K coefficient



1) The total heat transmission coefficient (K coefficient), which represents the equipment insulation value defined by the following formula:







K =


W





S. ΔT






Where W is the heating power or cooling capacity required in a body with an average surface area S to maintain the absolute temperature difference ΔT between the internal mean temperature Ti and the outside average temperature Te during continuous operation when the outside average temperature Te is constant.
Chapter 2
bodywork average surface area



2) The average of body surface area S is the geometric mean of the bodywork the internal surface area Si and the vehicle body exterior surface area Se.


When one determines the two surface areas Si and Se, the structural peculiarities and surface irregularities of the body such as. roundings, wheel arches and the like are taken into account as well as specified in the appropriate box in the below test report; However, if the vehicle body is covered with corrugated sheet metal, the surface is considered to be the planar surface covered thereby, and not the unfolded corrugated surface.
Chapter 3
temperature measurement points



3) parallelepipedic bodies, the vehicle body interior average temperature (Ti) is the arithmetic mean of the temperatures measured 10 cm from the walls at the following 12 points:

a) bodywork 8 inside corners, and

b) the midpoints on the vehicle body 4 inner surfaces having the largest area.

If the body is not parallelepipedic, the 12 points of measurement distributed as possible, taking into account body shape.



4) parallelepipedic bodywork is bodywork external average temperature (Te) the arithmetic mean of the temperatures measured 10 cm from the walls at the following 12 points:

a) bodywork 8 outside corners, and

b) the midpoints on the vehicle body 4 exterior surfaces having the largest area.

If the body is not parallelepipedic, the 12 points of measurement distributed as possible, taking into account body shape.
5) The average temperature for the bodywork walls is the arithmetic mean of the bodywork exterior and interior average temperature







Te + Ti




2





Temperature Instruments protected against radiation shall be placed inside and outside the body in the cumulation Chapter 3, Sections 3 and 4 specified points.
Chapter 4
Continuous operation and duration of the test



6) bodywork exterior and interior average temperature must be for a period of at least 12 hours is not within ± 0.3 K and the temperature must not deviate by more than ± 1.0 K during the next 6 hours.

The difference between the average thermal effects measured over a period of at least 3 hours before and after the aforesaid period of at least 6 hours, shall be less than 3%.
The average values ​​of the temperatures and thermal effects, which is measured during at least the last 6 hours of the continuous operation are used in the calculation of the K coefficient.
The interior and exterior average temperature must not differ more than 0.2 K at the beginning and end of the registration period of at least 6 hours.
Section II
Equipment remains insulation
Procedures for measuring the K coefficient
Chapter 5
equipment, excluding tanks for liquid food
7) K coefficient shall be measured in continuous operation either in the interior cooling method or by the internal heating method. In all cases, the empty body is placed in an insulated sample chamber.
Test Method

8) Using the internal cooling method, apply one or more heat exchangers inside the body. These veksleres surface area must be of such a nature that if a liquid at a temperature not below 0 ° C 1 passing through them remains inside the bodywork average temperatures below + 10 ° C when continuous operation has been established. For the purposes of the inner heating method is used electric heaters (resistors, etc.). Heat exchangers or electric heaters must be supplied with a fan, which has a capacity that is sufficient to ensure that the air is exchanged between 40 and 70 times per hour, relative to the volume of the empty body and the air distribution around all the bodywork interior surfaces must be sufficient to ensure that the maximum difference between any 2 of Chapter 3, section 3; 12 points does not exceed 2 K when continuous operation has been established.
9) Heat quantity: The heat emitted by the internal fan heaters fitted with electrical resistances shall not be higher than 1 W / cm2, and the heaters must be protected by a cover with low emissivity. The electric energy consumption measured with the safety of ± 0.5%.
Process

10) Whatever the method used, it must be insulated prøvekammers average temperature throughout the test be kept uniform and constant in accordance with it in Chapter 4 below, within ± 0.5 K, and at a level such that the temperature difference between the equipment interior and the isolated sample chamber is 25 ° C ± 2 K, and the average temperature for the bodywork walls maintained at + 20 ° C ± 0.5 K.

11) During the test, whether it takes place at the internal cooling method or by the internal heating method, the chamber atmosphere is brought into continuous circulation, so that the air speed of movement of 10 cm distance from the walls is maintained at between 1 and 2 m / sec.
12) plants for generating and distributing cold or heat, to measure the amount of the exchanged cold or heat and circulation fans' varmeækvivalent be launched. Losses from the electrical wires between the meter of supplied heat and the body must be determined by measurement or calculation and the loss must be subtracted from the total heat input.
13) After establishing a continuous operation, the maximum difference between the temperatures of the warmest and the coldest points on the outside of the body shall not exceed 2 K.
14) of body exterior and interior average temperature should both be read at least 4 times in class.

Chapter 6

Tanks for liquid food

15) The method described below applies to individual room and multi-compartment tank equipment intended solely for transporting liquid foods such. milk. Each room of such tanks must be equipped with at least one manhole and at least one socket for discharge pipe. Where there are several rooms, they must be separated from one another by non-insulated vertical partitions.
16) K coefficient is measured during continuous operation by heating the interior of the empty tank in an insulated sample chamber.
Test Method
17) shall be placed an electric heater in the tank. If the tank has several compartments, apply a heat exchanger in each room. The heat exchangers must be equipped with electrical resistors and a fan with a capacity that is sufficient to ensure that the difference between the maximum temperature and minimum temperature of each compartment does not exceed 3 K when there has been established continuous operation. If the tank comprises several compartments, the difference between the average temperature in the coldest compartment and the mean temperature in the warmest compartment shall not exceed 2 K when temperatures are measured as set out in point 18
18) Temperature gauges protected against radiation to be placed inside and outside of the tank in 10 cm distance from the walls as follows:



a) If the tank consists of a compartment, measurements carried out at least in the following 12 points:

1) The four end points of two diameters which are perpendicular to each other, one horizontal and the other vertical, near each of the two ends of the tank.

2) The four end points of two diameters at right angles to each other, inclined 45 ° with respect to the horizontal, in the axial plane of the tank.



b) If the tank has two compartments, the measurement must at least be made at the following points:

1) Near the bottom of the first compartment and the partition wall to the second room, at the outer point cubes of three radii which forms a 120 ° angle, wherein one of the radii is directed vertically upward.


2) Near the bottom of the second compartment and the partition wall of the first compartment, at the extreme point cubes of three radii which forms a 120 ° angle, wherein one of the radii is directed vertically downwards.



c) If the tank has several compartments, the measuring points for each of the two enderum as a minimum:

1) The end points of a horizontal diameter near the end face and the end points of a vertical diameter near the partition;
and in each of the other rooms as a minimum

2) The end points of a diameter having an angle of inclination from the horizontal of 45 ° near one of the partition walls, and the end points of a diameter perpendicular to the first and adjacent the second partition wall.

Tank interior and exterior average temperature shall be the arithmetic mean of respectively. all measurements taken inside and all the measurements taken outside the tank. Where a tank has at least two compartments, each individual room interior average temperature will be the arithmetic mean of at least four measurements in the space, and the total number of measurements in all compartments of the tank must be at least twelve.

Process 19) The isolated prøvekammers average temperature should throughout the test be kept uniform and constant in accordance with the Annex, Chapter 4, at a level such that the temperature difference between the equipment interior and said isolated sample chamber is at least 25 ° C ± 2 K and that the average temperature of the bodywork walls is maintained at + 20 ° C ± 0.5 K.
20) A test chamber atmosphere to be brought into continuous circulation, so that the air speed of movement of 10 cm distance from the wall is maintained at between 1 and 2 m / sec.
21) devices for heating and circulating the air and for measuring the exchanged amount of heat and circulation fans' varmeækvivalent, to be launched.
22) When continuous operation has been established, the maximum difference between the temperatures in the hottest and coldest points on the tank's exterior does not exceed 2 K.
23) tank exterior and interior average temperatures must both be read at least 4 times per hour .
Chapter 7
Provisions applicable to all types of insulated equipment
Checking the K coefficient
24) Where the purpose of the tests is not to determine the K coefficient but simply to verify that it is under a certain limit, they can be in Chapter 6 described tests be stopped as soon as the measurements made show that the K coefficient meets the requirements.
The accuracy of measurements of the K coefficient
25) Test stations must have equipment and appliances which ensure that the K coefficient is determined with a maximum margin of error of ± 10% when the internal cooling method, and ± 5% when the inner heating method used.
Section III
The effectiveness of the equipment, thermal plants
Procedures for determining the efficiency of the equipment's thermal function
Chapter 8
Cooled stock
26) The empty equipment shall be placed in an insulated chamber if the average temperature must be kept uniform and constant at + 30 ° C within ± 0.5 K. the chamber atmosphere must be brought into circulation as described in paragraph 11.
27) temperature gauges protected against radiation shall be placed inside and without the bodywork defined in points 3 and 4 of itemized points.
Process
28)



a) For equipment which is not material with installed eutectic plates or material with liquefied gas systems, the maximum weight of refrigerant specified by the factory or which can normally be used, filled into the appropriate containers when the vehicle body interior average temperature has reached bodywork outer average temperature (+ 30 ° C). Doors, hatches and other openings shall be closed and any internal ventilation devices in the equipment must be activated at maximum performance. Furthermore, in the case of new equipment, a heating system which has a heating capacity equal to 35% of it through the walls in continuous operation exchanged heat activated inside the body when the temperature required for the class to which the equipment is presumed to hear is reached. During the test, there must not be filled with additional refrigerant.


b) For equipment with mounted eutectic plates the test shall be preceded by freezing of the eutectic solution. When the vehicle body interior average temperature and plate temperature has reached the external average temperature (+ 30 ° C), plate cooling system run for 18 consecutive hours after the doors and hatches are closed. If the plate refrigeration system includes a cyclic-acting mechanism, the total duration of operation of the plant for 24 hours. When new equipment is added as soon as the refrigeration plant is stopped, a heater with a heat output, which corresponds to 35% of it through the walls in continuous operation exchanged heat in once inside the body when the temperature required for the class to which's material is supposed to hear is reached. The solution should not be refrozen during the test.

c) Where the equipment is equipped with liquid gas systems, the following test procedure is used: When the vehicle body interior average temperature has reached the external average temperature (+ 30 ° C) make containers for liquid gas up to the manufacturer's prescribed level. Then closed doors, hatches and other openings as in normal operation, and the equipment any interior ventilation devices start at maximum capacity. The thermostat is set to a temperature no more than 2 degrees below the limit temperature of the presumed class supplies, and cooling of the body begins. During the cooling of the body replaced the spent coolant. Such compensation shall happen:



1) Either during a period corresponding to the interval between the cooling start and the moment when the temperature prescribed for the class to which the equipment is assumed to hear attained first time

2) or during a three-hour period counted from the start of cooling, with the shorter directly.

Outside this period there must be no further amounts of refrigerant during the test.
If the equipment is new, a heater with a heat output of 35% of the heat in continuous operation exchanged through the walls started inside the body when the class temperature has been reached.
Provisions common to all types of refrigerated equipment
29) of body exterior and interior average temperature should both be read at least every 30 minutes.
30) Testing should continue for 12 hours after the vehicle body interior average temperature has reached the lower limit prescribed for the class to which the equipment is supposed to hear (A = + 7 ° C; B = - 10 ° C; C = - 20 ° C; D = 0 ° C) or, in the case of equipment with eutectic plates installed when the refrigeration plant is stopped.
Criterion for passing the test
31) A test shall be deemed satisfactory if the bodywork interior average temperatures in the aforementioned 12-hour period does not exceed the aforesaid lower limit.
Chapter 9
Machine Cooled stock
Test Method
32) Testing shall be conducted during the in points 26 and 27 prescribed conditions.
Process
33) When the vehicle body interior average temperature when the outside temperature (+ 30 ° C), closed doors, hatches and other openings and the cooling equipment and any internal ventilation devices are activated at maximum performance. When new equipment must also inside the body starts a heater with a heat output, which corresponds to 35% of it through the walls in continuous operation exchanged heat when the temperature of the class to which the equipment is supposed to hear is reached.
34) of body exterior and interior average temperatures read both at least every 30 minutes.
35) The test is continued for 12 hours after the bodywork inside average temperature has been reached:



a) in the case of Class A, B and C, either the lower limit prescribed for the class to which the equipment is supposed to listen (A = 0 ° C; B = - 10 ° C; C = - 20 ° C) ; or

b) in the case of class D, E and F, a level which is not lower than the upper limit specified for the class to which the equipment is supposed to listen to (D = 0 ° C; E = - 10 ° C; F = - 20 ° C).

Criteria for passing the test
36) The test is considered satisfactory if the cooling system is able to maintain the required temperatures in those 12 hours. Cold Facility any automatic defrost cycles are not included.

37) If cooling system with all associated equipment, to the competent authority satisfaction separately examined a test for determining the effective refrigeration capacity at the prescribed reference temperatures, can transport facilities approved as machine-cooled equipment without being subject to an efficiency test if the potential effective refrigeration capacity in continuous operation exceeds the heat loss through the walls of the relevant class multiplied by a factor of 1.75.
38) If cold machine unit is replaced by a unit of a different type, the competent authorities:



a) require the equipment is subjected to in paragraphs 32 to 35 statutory provisions and control measurements, or

b) ensure that the new cold machine unit effective refrigeration capacity by the materiel of the class prescribed temperature is at least equivalent to the replacement unit, or

c) ensure that the new cold machine unit effective refrigeration capacity comply with section 37.

Chapter 10
Heated stock
Test Method

39) The empty equipment shall be placed in an insulated chamber whose temperature shall be kept uniform and constant at the lowest possible level. The atmosphere in the chamber to be brought into circulation as described in paragraph 11.
40) Temperature gauges protected against radiation shall be placed inside and outside the body at the points specified in paragraphs 3 and 4.
process

41) Doors, hatches and other openings closed and heating equipment and any ventilation initiated for maximum performance.

42) of body exterior and interior average temperatures are read at least once every 30 minutes.

43) The trial continued for 12 hours after the difference between the vehicle body interior and exterior average temperature has reached the level corresponding to the conditions prescribed for the class to which the equipment is supposed to hear, plus 35% in the case on new equipment.

Criterion for passing the test
44) The test is considered satisfactory if the heating system during the 12 hours is able to maintain the prescribed temperature difference.
Section IV
method for measuring a device's effective refrigeration capacity Wo when the evaporator is frost-free
Chapter 11
General principles
45) Cooling performance is, by mounting on either a kalorimeterboks or transport equipment unit walls and in continuous operation:







Wo = Wj + U. ΔT





U is the heat flow emitted from the vehicles kalorimeterboksen or walls watts / ° C.
T is the difference between the average internal temperature Ti and the average external temperature Te from kalorimeterboksen or transport equipment unit (F),
Wj is the heat emitted from the heater to keep each temperature difference in equilibrium.
Chapter 12
Test Method



46) The refrigeration unit is mounted either on a kalorimeterboks or transport equipment unit.

In both cases measured the total heat transmission at a single mean wall temperature prior to performance test. Using an arithmetic correction factor based on the test station and test experience, taking into account the average wall temperature at each thermal equilibrium during the calculation of the effective cooling capacity.
There should be a calibrated kalorimeterboks to ensure maximum accuracy.
Measurements and procedure shall be as described in the above chapter 1-5. However, it is sufficient to measure U directly, the value of this coefficient is defined by the following relationship:







U =


W





ΔTm





Where:
W is the heat emitted by the internal heater and fans,
ΔTm is the difference between the inner average temperature Ti and the external average temperature Te,
U is the heat flow and per. degree difference between the air temperature inside and outside the kalorimeterboksen or transport equipment unit measured with the refrigeration unit fitted.
Kalorimeterboksen or transport equipment unit is placed in a test chamber. If a kalorimeterboks, U. ΔT should be no more than 35% of the total thermal power Wo.
Kalorimeterboksen or transport equipment unit must be heavily insulated.
Instruments

47) Test stations shall be equipped with instruments to measure the U value to an accuracy of ± 5%. Heat transfer through air leakage should not exceed + 5% of the total heat transmission through kalorimeterboksen or through transport equipment unit. Cold payments should be calculated with an accuracy of ± 5%.
Kalorimeterbeholderens or transport equipment unit instrument shall be in accordance with the above paragraphs 3 and 4. The following shall be measured:



a) The air temperature:

- At least 4 thermometers uniformly distributed at the entrance to the evaporator;

- At least 4 thermometers uniformly distributed at the end of the evaporator;

- At least 4 thermometers uniformly distributed at the entrance to the condenser;

- The thermometers shall be protected against radiation;

- Temperature measurement system shall have an accuracy of ± 0.2 K.



b) Energy consumption: There must be instruments for measuring the cooling system's electricity or fuel consumption, and consumption must be measured with an accuracy of ± 0.5%.



c) Rotation Speed: There must be instrumented to measure the compressor and circulating the fan rotation speed, or to calculate these rates in cases where direct measurement is impractical. The speed of rotation to be measured with an accuracy of ± 1%.



d) pressure: There must be mounted højpræcisionstrykmålere (± 1% accuracy) of the condenser, the evaporator and the compressor inlet when the evaporator is equipped with a pressure regulator.

Test conditions

48)



a) The air temperature entering the condenser must be kept at 30 ° C ± 0.5 K. The maximum difference between the hottest and coldest recorded temperature must not exceed 2 K.

b) Within the kalorimeterboksen or in transport equipment unit at the air inlet to the evaporator:
must be three levels of temperature between - 25 ° C and + 12 ° C, depending on the device's characteristics as a temperature level should be the minimum prescribed for the class, the manufacturer has requested, with a tolerance of ± 1 K.

The inner average temperature to be kept within a tolerance of ± 0.5 K. During the measurement of the refrigeration capacity, the heat emitted in equilibrium inside kalorimeterboksen or transport equipment unit is kept at a constant level with a tolerance of ± 1 per cent.
The manufacturer must present the following in connection with the testing of cooling systems:



1) Documents describing the unit to be tested.

2) A technical document describing the main function parameters of the refrigeration system and specifies its permissible chucking.

3) Characteristics of the equipment series tested.

4) An opinion on the drive motors to be used during the test.

Chapter 13
Testing Procedure
49) The trial must take place in two parts: the cooling phase and the measurement of the effective refrigeration capacity at three increasing temperature levels.



a) Cooling phase: Kalorimeterbeholderens the vehicles or the initial temperature should be 30 ° C ± 3 K. The tank is then lowered at: - 25 ° C to -20 ° C class, -13 ° C to -10 ° C class or -2 ° C to 0 ° C class.

b) Measurement of the effective refrigeration capacity of each internal temperature level.

A first test should be performed at least 4 hours at each temperature level below the thermostat control (the system) to stabilize the heat transfer between the interior and exterior of kalorimeterbeholderen or transport equipment unit.
Another testing should be performed at least 4 hours without the use of thermostat for the purpose of calculating the maximum cooling capacity, while the interior heater maintains an equilibrium condition at each temperature level as prescribed in paragraph 48.
Before changing from one temperature level for another, the container or the unit may be manually defrosted. If the cooling system can run on more than one form of energy, the tests are repeated for each form of energy.
If the compressor is driven by the vehicle engine, the tests must be carried out both by the compressor's minimum speed and the nominal rotation speed specified by the manufacturer.
If the compressor is driven by the movement of the vehicle, the tests must be performed at the compressor nominal rotation speed specified by the manufacturer.
50) The same procedure should be followed for enthalpimetoden, but in this case, the heat delivered by the evaporator fans at each temperature level also measured.

This method can also be used both for the test of the reference material. In this case measured the effective cooling capacity by multiplying the coolant mass flow (m) with enthalpy between the refrigerant vapor leaving the unit (ho) and the liquid at the entrance to the unit (hi).
In order to achieve the effective cooling capacity, is deducted from the heat produced by the circulation fans (Wf). It is difficult to measure Wf if the circulation fans driven by an external motor. In this case, enthalpimetoden not be used. When the fans are driven by internal electric motors, the effect is measured by appropriate instruments with an accuracy of ± 3%, and heat flow is measured with an accuracy of ± 3%.
The heat balance is given by the following formula:







Wo = (ho - hi) m - Wf.





Suitable methods are described in the standards ISO 971, BS 3122, DIN, NEN so on. A elvarmeaggregat is inserted inside the equipment in order to achieve the thermal equilibrium.
Accidental
51) after testing of the effective refrigeration capacity is performed with the cooling system thermostat off, observe the following precautions:



a) If the equipment has a varmgasinjektionssystem, this must be inoperative during the test.

b) For automatic control of the cooling system that relieves the individual cylinders (to adjust the cooling power to the power available from the engine), the test is performed with the number of cylinders that are appropriate for the temperature.

Control
52) The following should be checked and the methods used indicated on the test report:



a) That the defrosting system and the thermostat is working properly;

b) That the circulating airflow is as indicated by the factory;

c) That the measurement of air circulation from a refrigeration system evaporator fans, use a method that can measure the total quantity supplied. It is recommended that one of the existing standards are used, for example. BS 848, ISO 5801, AMCA 210-85, AMCA 210-07, DIN 24163, NFE 36101, NF X10. 102 DIN 4796th

d) That the tests used the refrigerant as specified by the manufacturer.

Chapter 14
Results
53) ATP regard, the cooling capacity the average temperature measured at the entrances to the evaporator. Temperature measurement instruments must be protected against radiation.
Section V
Checking the insulation ability of products in service
54) In order to check the insulation ability of each item of rolling stock in service as prescribed in Annex 2, paragraph 1 (b) and 1 (c), ATP stock control:



a) Applying the described in section II described methods or

b) Use experts to assess the suitability of the equipment for further use within any of the categories of insulated equipment. These experts should take the following details into consideration and base their conclusions on the criteria stated below:

Chapter 15
Regular study of the equipment
55) The investigation will consist of inspection of the equipment to the control of:



a) Permanent identification marks affixed by the manufacturer,

b) Isolationsbeklædningens general execution,

c) The method used for placement of the insulation,

d) The wall art and state

e) The isolated space mode, and

f) The wall thicknesses.

For this purpose, experts may cause parts of the equipment dismantled and require that the documents they deem it necessary to use (drawings, test reports, specifications, invoices, etc.), placed at their disposal.
Chapter 16
Study of air-tightness (not applicable to tank equipment)
56) The inspection must be carried out by an inspector who is inside the equipment, which shall be located in a fully lit place. Alternative methods yielding more accurate results may be used.
Chapter 17
Decisions
57)



a) If the conclusions regarding the bodywork general condition is favorable, the goods are still used as isolated stock during its initial class for a period not exceeding 3 years. If the expert or experts' conclusions are unfavorable, can only continue to use the equipment if the test station consists in Title II tests described by K coefficient; then the equipment used in a new maximum period of 6 years.


b) If one or more experts concluded that material classified as heavily insulated equipment no longer meet this classification but is suitable for continued use as a normally insulated equipment can operate in this class allowed for up to 3 years. In this case, distinguishing marks, see. Annex 5 be amended accordingly.

c) If the equipment consists of series manufactured equipment units of a given type that meets the requirements of Annex 2, section 6, and belonging to one owner, the K coefficient of at least 1% of the number of devices in addition to an inspection of each item of rolling stock, measured in accordance with the provisions of Title II. If the results of the examinations and measurements are acceptable to all the equipment in question remain in use as isolated stock during its initial class for a further period of 6 years.

Section VI
Checking the efficiency of thermal plants in use
58), as prescribed in Annex 2, paragraph 1, b) and c) monitor the effectiveness of the thermal plants on each unit of cooled, mechanically refrigerated or heated equipment in use, ATP stock control:



a) Use in Title III described methods; or

b) Use experts who can apply the provisions of this Annex, section 15 and 16, where appropriate, and apply the following provisions.

Chapter 18
cooled equipment without eutectic accumulators
59) It should be verified that the inside temperature of the empty equipment, which has already been brought up on the outside temperature, can be brought to the limit temperature of the class to which the equipment belongs, as prescribed in Annex 1-5, and maintained below the said limit temperature for a period t such that







t ≥



12ΔT






ΔT '





Where Δ T is the difference between + 30 ° C and the said limit temperature, and Δ T 'is the difference between the outer average temperature during the test and the aforesaid limit temperature while the outside temperature must not be lower than + 15 ° C. If the results are acceptable, the equipment remain in service as refrigerated equipment under its initial class for a period not exceeding 3 years.
Chapter 19
Machine Cooled stock
60)



a) With regard to products manufactured after January 2, 2012, check that the empty tock inside temperature can be reduced to below the prescribed temperature within a given period of time (in minutes) when the outside temperature is not lower than + 15 ° C:







Outside temperature


30


29


28


27


26


25


24


23


22


21


20


19


18


17


16


15


° C



Class C, F


360


350


340


330



320


310


300


290


280


270


260


250


240


230


220


210


my



Class B, E


270


262


253


245


236


228


219


211


202


194


185


177


168


160


151


143


my



Class A, D


180


173


166


159


152


145


138


131


124


117


110


103


96


89


82


75


my





The internal temperature must first be brought to the same temperature as the outside temperature.
If the results are acceptable, the equipment remain in use as machine-cooled equipment under its initial class for a period not exceeding 3 years.



b) Transitional provisions for products that are in use:

For equipment manufactured before January 2, 2012, verify that the empty tock inside temperature can be reduced to below said temperatures within a maximum period of 6 hours when the outside temperature is not lower than + 15 ° C, and when the internal temperature has previously been brought to the same temperature as the external temperature:




1) For Class A, B or C, the minimum temperatures are described in Annex 1-5

2) For class D, E or F to the maximum temperatures specified in Annex 1-5

If the results are acceptable, the equipment remain in use as machine-cooled stock in its initial class for a period not exceeding 3 years.
Chapter 20
Heated stock
61) It should be verified that the difference between the equipment inside and outside temperature, which determines the class to which the equipment, as prescribed in Annex 1-5, hears (a difference of 22 K in the case of class A, and 32 K in the case of class B) can be reached and maintained for at least 12 hours. If the results are acceptable, the equipment remain in service as heated equipment under its initial class for a period not exceeding 3 years.
Chapter 21
temperature measurement points
62) to be placed temperature measurement points that are protected against radiation, inside and outside of the body.
By measuring the internal temperature of the body (Ti), at least two measurement points are placed inside the body with a maximum of 50 cm away from the front wall, 50 cm from the back door and between 15 and 20 cm above the floor.
By measuring the exterior temperature of the body (Te), at least two measuring points placed at least 10 cm from an outer wall of the body and at least 20 cm from the air intake to the evaporator.
The final meter reading should be from the warmest measuring point inside the body and the coldest measuring point on the outside of the body.
Chapter 22
Provisions common to refrigerated, mechanically refrigerated and heated equipment
63)



a) If the results are not acceptable, can be cooled, mechanically refrigerated or heated equipment only remain in use during its original class if the test station consisting they described in section III tests described. Then it can remain in use in its original class in a further period of 6 years.

b) If the equipment consists of units of mass-produced refrigerated, mechanically refrigerated or heated equipment of a particular type that meets the requirements of Annex 1, section 6, and belonging to one owner may, in addition to a study of the thermal plants to ensure that their general condition is satisfactory, the cooling or heating system efficiency of at least 1% of the number of units is determined on a test station in accordance with the provisions of Title III. If the results of the investigations and the determination of effectiveness are acceptable, then that material will remain in use during its initial class for a further period of 6 years.

Title VII
Test Reports
64) A test report of the appropriate type shall be prepared in accordance with the following models nr.1-10.



Model 1 A

Test report, Model 1 A

Test report
Prepared in accordance with the provisions of the treaty on international transport of perishable foodstuffs and on the special equipment to be used for such Carriage (ATP)
Test report nr.:______







Section 1
Specification of equipment (not including tank equipment for liquid food transport)





Approved testing station / expert:
(Not used. Experts only in case of a test conducted in accordance with Annex 3, Section 5 or 6.)



- Name ____________________________________________________________________

- Address ____________________________________________________________________

Material Type:

(Waggon, tractor, hanging, semi-trailer, container, etc.)



- Make ___________Registreringsnummer______________ Serienummer_______________

- Commissioning Date _____________________________________________________________

- Dead weight ____________________________ kg Lasteevne___________________________ kg (Specify source of information.)

Body:



- Make and type ______________________Identifikationsnummer ______________________

- Built of __________________________________________________________________

- Owned and operated by the _____________________________________________________________

- Manufactured to sample __________________________________________________________

- Construction Date _____________________________________________________________

Main dimensions:
Outer: Length ______________ ______________ m width m height m _______________

Inside: Length ______________ ______________ m width m height _______________ m
Total floor area of ​​body ___________________________________________________m2
exploitable interior volume of the body ______________________________________ m3
Total inside surface area Si of body ____________________________________ m2
Total external surface area, see of body ____________________________________m2


Specification of the bodywork elements:

(The nature and thickness of tanksvøbets materials specified from the inside to the outside, method of construction, etc.)



- Top ____________________________________________________________________

- Bottom ____________________________________________________________________

- Pages ____________________________________________________________________

Constructional special versions of the bodywork:

(If there is overfladeirregulariteter, then display how Si and Se is determined.)



- Number, location, dimensions of doors ______________________________________________

- Number, location, dimensions of ventilation openings _________________________________

- Number, location, dimensions of ispåfyldningsanordninger ______________________________

Features:

(Kødophæng, Flettner ventilators, etc.)

___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
K-_____________________________________________________________ coefficient = W / m2. k



Model 1B

Test report, Model 1 B


Test report prepared in accordance with the provisions of the treaty on the international transport of perishable foodstuffs and on the special equipment to be used for such Carriage (ATP)
Test report nr.:______







Section 1
Specification of tank for liquid food transport





Approved testing station / expert:

(Not used. Experts only in case of a test conducted in accordance with Annex 3, Section 5 or 6.)



- Name ____________________________________________________________

- Address ____________________________________________________________

Tank Type:

(Waggon, tractor, hanging, semi-trailer, container, etc.)



- Make ___________Registreringsnummer______________ Serienummer_______________

- Commissioning Date ____________________________________________________________

- Dead weight ___________________kg Load capacity ____________________kg

Body:



- Make and type ___________________________

- Identification Number ______________________

- Built of ____________________________________________________________

- Owned and operated by the ____________________________________________________________

- Manufactured to sample __________________________________________________________

- Construction Date ____________________________________________________________

Main dimensions:
Outside: length of cylinder _______ m storakse_______ m minor axis _______m
Inside: length of cyl _______ m storakse_______ m minor axis _______m
exploitable interior volume _________________________________________________m3
Internal volume of each sektion_______________________________________________m3 || | Total inside surface area Si of tank ________________________________________m2
inside surface area of ​​each section Sil__________, Si2 __________, _______________ m2
Total external surface area of ​​tank See ________________________________________ m2


Specification of tank shell: _____________________________________________________

(The nature and thickness of tanksvøbets materials specified from the inside to the outside, method of construction, etc.)

Constructional special versions of the idea: ________________________________________

(If there is overfladeirregulariteter, then display how Si and Se is determined.)
Number, dimensions and description of manholes ____________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
Description of manhole covers ________________________________________________
Number, dimensions and description of discharge pipe _______________________________
_______________________________________________________________

The number and dimensions of the supports of tanken______________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
Equipment:
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________



Model 2 A

Test report, model 2 A







Section 2
Measurement of the total heat transmission coefficient exclusive tanks for liquid foods in accordance with Annex 3, Chapter 5





Test Method: inside cooling / inside heating

(Not used)

Date and time of closure of the bodywork doors and other openings: _____________________________
Average Values ​​obtained for ____ hours of continuous operation
(from pm. ____ Pm. ____):



a) bodywork exterior average temperature: ____ Te = __________ ° C ± ___________ K

b) bodywork inner average temperature: ____ Ti = __________ __________ ° C ± K

c) Achieved average temperature difference At = _______________________________________ K

Maximum temperature spread:



- Exterior bodywork _________________________________________K

- Internal body _________________________________________ K


The heat exchanger operating temperature __________________________________________________ ° C

(Only for interior-cooling method)

Atmosfæredugpunkt in the rehearsal by continuous drift_______________ ° C ± _______________ K

(Only for interior-cooling method)

Total duration of the test ___________________________________________________________ h
Duration of continuous operation ______________________________________________________ h
Power consumed by the heat exchangers W1________________________________________________ W
Power absorbed by fans W2___________________________________________________ W
Total heat transmission coefficient calculated using the formula:




K = ___________________________________ W / m2. K
Maximum measuring error of specimen _______________________________________________%
Notes: ___________________________________________________________________

(If the body is not parallelperpendikulært, given the external and internal temperatures are measured.)

___________________________________________________________________________ (Completed only if the equipment is not equipped with thermal plant)
According to the above test results may equipment by issuing certificate in accordance with Annex 4, recognized for a period of not more than six years with classification iN / IR. (Not used)
This report is valid as type-approval certificate in accordance with Annex 2, point 6 a), for a period of not more than six years, ie indtil_____________________________________________
Made of: ____________________
Date: ______________________ ___________________________

Sample Master



Model 2 B

Test report, model 2 B







Section 2
Measurement of the total heat transmission coefficient for tanks for liquid foods in accordance with Annex 3, Chapter 6





Test method: Inside heating
Date and time of closure of the equipment openings: _________________________________________
Average Values ​​obtained for ____________________ hours of continuous operation
(from pm. ___ Pm. ___):



a) tank exterior average temperature: Te = _____________ ° C ± ______________ K





c) Achieved mean temperature difference, Δ T ______________________________________K

Maximum temperature spread:
Inner tank ______________________________________________________________ K
Inside of each section ________________________________________________________K
Outer tank ______________________________________________________________ K
Mean temperature of the tank shroud _________________________________________________ ° C
Total duration of the test ___________________________________________________________ h
duration of continuous operation ______________________________________________________ h
Power input of heat exchangers W1 ________________________________________________ W
Power consumed by the fans W2 ___________________________________________________W

Total heat transmission coefficient calculated using the formula:


K = ______________________________________________________________ W / m2. K
Maximum measuring error of specimen _______________________________________________%
Notes ____________________________________________________________________

(If the body is not parallelperpendikulært, given the external and internal temperatures are measured.)
________________________________________________________________________________
(To be completed only if the equipment is not equipped with thermal plant)
According to the above test results may equipment, by issuing certificate in accordance with Annex 4, recognized for a period of not more than six years with classification iN / IR. (Not used)
This report is valid as type-approval certificate in accordance with Annex 2, point 6 a), for a period of not more than six years, ie until ____________________________________________
Made of: ________________________
Date: __________________________ _______________________________

Sample Master



Model 3

Test report, model 3







Section 2
Checking the insulating capacity of equipment in use, conducted by experts in accordance with Annex 3, Section 5





Control is based on the test report no. ___________________ _____________________ Dated
issued by approved testing station / expert (name and address) ________________________________
condition by checking:
Take ___________________________________________________________________________
Side walls _______________________________________________________________________
End Walls ______________________________________________________________________ | || Bottom _______________________________________________________________________
doors and openings __________________________________________________________________
Gaskets ________________________________________________________________________
Drain holes _______________________________________________________________________
Air tightness _______________________________________________________________________
K coefficient of equipment as new (see previous test report) ____________________ W / m2. K
Notes ____________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
According to the above test results can be the equipment on certification in accordance with Annex 4, recognized for a period of not more than three years with the classification IN / IR. (Not used)
Made of: _____________________
Date: ________________________ ____________________________

Sample Master



Model 4 A

Test report, model 4 A







Section 3
Determination of refrigeration equipment efficiency for refrigerated equipment using ice or dry ice, at an approved testing station in accordance with Annex 3, Chapter 8 exclusive point 28 b) and c)





Refrigeration Equipment:
Description ______________________________________________________________________
Applied refrigerant ________________________________________________________________
Nominal refrigerant filling specified by fabrikant___________________________________ kg
Actually refrigerant filling in test _______________________________________________ kg
Operation: independent / dependent / electric driven __________________________________________________

(Not used)

Refrigeration Equipment: removable / fixed ____________________________________________________

(Not used)

Make _________________________________________________________________________
Type / series / number ________________________________________________________________
of manufacture ____________________________________________________________________
Filling device (description, location, possibly. Drawing) _____________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
Equipment for internal ventilation:



- Description (number of ventilation devices, etc.) ____________________________________

- Effect of electric fans ________________________________________________ W

- Airflow _____________________________________________________________ m3 / h

- Channel Dimensions: cross-sectional area _________________m2, length ____________________ m


- Air intake shielding; beskrivelse______________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________
Automatic _______________________________________________________________________
Mean temperature at the start of the test:
Inside ____________________________ ° C ± _________________________________ K
Outer ____________________________ ° C ± _________________________________ K
Dew Point in the rehearsal ____________________________ ° C ± ________________________ K | || Effect of internal heat source ____________________________________________________ W
Date and time of closure of the bodywork doors and openings ___________________________________
Transcript of bodywork exterior and interior mean temperature and / or diagram showing temperature variations and tiden______________________________________________________________
Notes: ___________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
according to the above test results can be the equipment on certification in accordance with Annex 4, recognized for a period of not more than six years with classification _________________
This report is valid as a type approval certificate in accordance with Annex 2, item 6 a), for a period of not more than six years, ie until _____________________________________________________
Made of: ___________________
Date: ______________________ ___________________________

Sample Master



Model 4 B

Test report, model 4 B







Section 3
Determination of refrigeration equipment efficiency for refrigerated equipment using eutectic plates at an approved testing station in accordance with Annex 3, Chapter 8 exclusive 28 a) and 28 c)





Refrigeration Equipment:



- Beskrivelse__________________________________________________________________

- Applied refrigerant ____________________________________________________________

- Nominal refrigerant filling specified by the manufacturer _______________________________ kg

- Latent heat at freezing point specified by the manufacturer ________________ kJ / kg _____________ ° C

- Operation: independent / dependent / electric-driven (not used)

- Cooling: removable / fixed (not used)

- Make ____________________________________________________________________

- Type / series / number ____________________________________________________________

- Manufacturing year ________________________________________________________________

- Eutectic plates: product type _________________________ _________________________

- Dimensions, number plates, location, distance from the wall (attached drawing) ___________________



- Total spec. capacity specified by the manufacturer by freezing point _____________ ____________ kJ ° C

Possibly. equipment for interior ventilation



- Description __________________________________________________________________

- Automatik__________________________________________________________________

Possibly. mechanical refrigeration



- Make ________________________ type __________________ Serial. _______________

- Placering_________________________________________________________________

- Compressor: make ______________________________ type ________________________

- Powered af__________________________________________________________________

- Refrigerant _________________________________________________________________

- Kondensator__________________________________________________________________

Cooling capacity specified by the manufacturer for the specified freezing temperature of + 30 ° C ambient temperature, __________________________________________________________ W
Automatic:



- Make ___________________________________ type _____________________________

- Possibly. defrost _____________________________________________________

- Thermostat ___________________________________________________________________

- Low-pressure / high pressure _____________________________________________________

- Safety valve ______________________________________________________________


- Other __________________________________________________________________

Features:



- Electrical heating door seal:

- Linear effect of heating wire ____________________ W / m, the length ____________________ m

Mean temperature at the start of the test:



- Inside ______________________________ ° C ± ________________________________ K

- Exterior ______________________________ ° C ± ________________________________ K

- Dew point in the rehearsal _____________________ ° C ± ________________________________ K

Effect of internal heat source ____________________________________________________ W
Date and time of closure of the bodywork doors and openings __________________________________
Akkumulationstid _______________________________________________________________ h
Transcript of bodywork exterior and interior medium temperatures and / or diagram showing temperature variations and time. ____________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
Notes: ___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
According to the above test results can be the equipment on certification in accordance with Annex 4, recognized for a period of not more than six years with classification ______________ | || This report is valid as a type approval certificate in accordance with Annex 2, point 6 a) for a period of not more than six years, ie until ____________________________________________
Made of: __________________
Date: _____________________
_________________________
Sample Master



Model 4 C

Test report, model 4 C







Section 3
Determination of refrigeration equipment efficiency for refrigerated equipment using liquefied gas, at an approved testing station in accordance with Annex 3, Chapter 8, exclusive 28 a) and b)





Refrigeration Equipment:



- Description __________________________________________________________________

- Operation: independent / dependent / electric-driven (not used)

- Cooling: removable / fixed (not used)

- Make _____________________________________________________

- Type / series / number _____________________________________________

- Manufacturing year ________________________________________________

- Applied refrigerant ___________________________________________

- Nominal refrigerant filling specified by the manufacturer _______________ kg

- Actually refrigerant filling in sample ___________________________ kg

- Description of tank_____________________________________________

- Filling device (description, location) ____________________________

Equipment for internal ventilation:



- Description (number, etc.) ________________________________________

Fan Power ________________________________________________________________ W



- Flow _____________________________________________ m3 / h

- Channel Dimensions: cross-sectional area ___________________ m2, length m __

Automatic _______________________________________________________________________
Mean temperature at the start of the test:



- Inside __________________________________ ° C ± ___________________________ K

- Exterior __________________________________ ° C ± ___________________________ K

- Dew point in the rehearsal _________________________ ° C ± ___________________________ K

Effect of internal heat source ____________________________________________________ W
Date and time of closure of the bodywork doors and openings __________________________________
Transcript of bodywork exterior and interior medium temperatures and / or diagram showing temperature variations and time. ____________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
Notes: ___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
According to the above test results can be the equipment on certification in accordance with Annex 4, recognized for a period of not more than six years with classification _________________

This report is valid as a type approval certificate in accordance with Annex 2, point 6 a), for a period of not more than six years, ie until _____________________________________________________
Made of: ___________________
Date: ______________________ __________________________

Sample Master



Model 5

Test report, model 5







Section 3
Determination of cooling machine efficiency for machine-cooled equipment at an approved testing station in accordance with Annex 3, Chapter 9





Cooling unit:



- Operation: independent / dependent / electric-driven (not used)

- Cooling: removable / fixed (not used)

- Make _____________________________________________________

- Type / series / number _____________________________________________

- Manufacturing year ________________________________________________

- Refrigerant and quantity _________________________________________

Effective refrigeration capacity specified by the manufacturer for the ambient temperature + 30 ° C and interior temperature:
0 ° C ____________________________________________________________ W
- 10 ° C __________________________________________________________ W
- 20 ° C __________________________________________________________ W
Compressor: | ||


- Make ___________________________________ type _____________________________

- Powered by: electric / internal combustion engine / hydraulic (not used)

- Description __________________________________________________________________

- Make _________ type ________effekt ______________________kW by ________ o / min

Condenser and fordamper_______________________________________________________
Fan Motor (s): Make _________________ type _________________antal ___________
effect __________________________________ kW at ____________________________ o / min
Equipment for internal ventilation:



- Description (number, etc.) ________________________________________

- Fan Power _____________________________________________W

- Flow _____________________________________________ m3 / h

- Channel Dimensions: cross-sectional area _________________ m2, length m ____

Automatic:



- Make ________________________________ type _________________

- Possibly. defrost ____________________________________________

- Thermostat ____________________________________________________

- Low pressure / high pressure _____________________________________

- Safety valve _______________________________________________

- Other ______________________________________________________

Mean temperature at the start of the test:



- Inside _______________________________ ° C ± ______________ K

- Exterior _______________________________ ° C ± _______________ K

- Dew point in the rehearsal ______________________ ° C ± ______________ K

Effect of internal heat source ____________________________________________________ W
Date and time of closure of the bodywork doors and openings ____________________________
Transcript of bodywork exterior and interior medium temperatures and / or diagram showing temperature variations and time. ____________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
Time from the start of the test to obtain the prescribed inner mean ________________
Notes: ___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
According to the above test equipment can, by obtaining a certificate in accordance with Annex 4 recognized for a period of not more than six years with classification _________________
This report is valid as a type approval certificate in accordance with Annex 2, point 6 a) for a period of not more than six years, ie until _____________________________________________________
Made of: _____________
Date: ________________ _____________________

Sample Master



Model 6

Test report, model 6







section 3

Determination of the heating system efficiency for heating equipment at an approved testing station in accordance with Annex 3, Chapter 10





Heating:



- Description ___________________________________________________

- Operation: independent / dependent / electric-driven (not used)

- Heating system: removable / fixed (not used)

- Make _____________________________________________________

- Type / series / number _________________________________________

- Manufacturing year _________________________________________________

- Location _____________________________________________________

- Varmeflades total area _______________________________________ m2

- Ffekt as specified by the manufacturer _________________________________ kW

Equipment for internal ventilation:



- Description (number mm) _________________________________________

- Effect of electric fans ________________________________ W

- Flow _____________________________________________ m3 / h

- Channel Dimensions: cross-sectional area ___________________ m2, length m __

Mean temperature at the start of the test:



- Inside ___________________________ ° C ± __________________ K

- Exterior __________________________ ° C ± ___________________ K

Date and time of closure of the bodywork doors and openings ____________________________
Transcript of bodywork exterior and interior medium temperatures and / or diagram showing temperature variations and time. ____________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
Time from start of the test to obtain the prescribed inner mean ________________
If possible, medium heat output during the test to maintain prescribed temperature difference between the inside and outside of the body _____________________________ W (temperature difference is increased with 35% for new equipment)
Notes: ___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
according to the above test results can be the equipment on certification in accordance with Annex 4, recognized for a period of not more than six years with classification __________
This report is valid as a type approval certificate in accordance with Annex 2, point 6 a) for a period of not more than six years, ie until _____________________________________________________
Made of: ________________
Date: ___________________ _______________________

Sample Master



Model 7

Test report, model 7







Section 3
Control of refrigeration equipment efficiency for chilled products in service, carried out by expert, in accordance with Annex 3, Chapter 18





The checks were carried out on the basis of report no .: ____________________ dated ___________________
issued by approved testing station / expert (name, address) __________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
Refrigeration Equipment:



- Description ___________________________________________________

- Make _____________________________________________________

- Type / series / number _____________________________________________

- Manufacturing year _________________________________________________

- Refrigerant ___________________________________________________

- Nominal refrigerant filling specified by the manufacturer _______________ kg

- Refrigerant Filling used to try __________________________ kg

- Filling device (description, location) _______________________

Equipment for internal ventilation:



- Description (number mm) ________________________________________________________

- Effect of electric fans ________________________________________________ W

- Airflow _____________________________________________________________ m3 / h

- Channel Dimensions: cross-sectional area ____________________ m2, length _________________ m

- Cooling and ventilationsudstyrets tilstand_____________________________




- Achieved interior temperature __________________________________ ° C

- When the outside temperature _____________________________________ ° C

Internal temperature in the material before the cooling equipment is put into operation ___________________________ ° C
Total running time of cooling equipment _______________________________________________________ h
Time from the start of the test to obtain the prescribed inner mean _______________ h
Checking the thermostat function ________________________________________________________
for refrigerated equipment with eutectic plates:
Run of cooling systems for freezing the eutectic filling _____________________________ h
holding time of int. air temperature after stopping the cooling _______________________ h
Notes: ___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
under the above test equipment can, by obtaining a certificate in accordance with Annex 4, recognized for a period of not more than three years with classification __________________
Made of: __________________
Date: _____________________

__________________________ Sample Master | ||


Model 8

Test report, model 8







Section 3
Control of the cooling system's efficiency for machine cooled in service, carried out by expert, in accordance with Annex 3, Chapter 19





The checks carried out on the basis of Report No .: ___________________ ____________________ dated
issued by approved testing station / expert (name, address) __________________________________
Cooling unit:



- Make _____________________________________________________

- Type / series / number _____________________________________________

- Manufacturing year _________________________________________________

- Description ___________________________________________________

Efficient cooling capacity specified by the manufacturer for the ambient temperature + 30 ° C and interior temperature:
0 ° C _____________________________________________________________ W
- 10 ° C ___________________________________________________________ W
- 20 ° C ___________________________________________________________ W
refrigerant type and quantity ___________________________________________________ kg | || Equipment for internal ventilation:



- Description (number, etc.) ___________________________________

- Effect of electric fans _________________________________W

- Airflow ____________________________________________ m3 / h

Channel Dimensions: cross-sectional area ____________________ m2, length ____________________ m
Refrigeration and ventilationsudstyrets state _________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
Achieved interior temperature _____________________________________________________ ° C
- When the outside temperature ____________________________________________________ ° C
- A relative operating _______________________________________________________%
- operating total ________________________________________________________________ h
- Check thermostat function _____________________________________________________
- Notes: _______________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
according to the above test results may equipment, by issuing a certificate as specified in Annex 4, recognized for a period of not more than three years with classification __________________
Made of: _________________
Date: ____________________ ________________________

Sample Master



Model 9

Test report, model 9







Section 3
Checking the heating system efficiency for heating products in service, carried out by expert, in accordance with Annex 3, Chapter 20





The checks carried out on the basis of report no .: __________________ dated _____________________
issued by approved testing station / expert (name, address) __________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
Heating Method:



- Description __________________________________________________


- Make _____________________________________________________

- Type / series / number _____________________________________________

- Manufacturing year _________________________________________________

- Location ____________________________________________________

- Total area of ​​the heat exchanger surface ________________________________ m2

- Effect specified by the manufacturer ________________________________ kW

Equipment for internal ventilation:



- Description (number mm) _________________________________________

- Effect of electric fans ________________________________ W

- Flow _____________________________________________ m3 / h

Channel Dimensions: cross-sectional area ______________________ m2, length m __________________
Refrigeration and ventilationsudstyrets state _________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
Achieved interior temperature _____________________________________________________ ° C
When the outside temperature ________________________________________________________ ° C
by a relative operating ___________________________________________________________%
Run total ___________________________________________________________________ h
Checking the thermostat function ________________________________________________________
Notes: ___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
according to the above test results can be the equipment on certification in accordance with Annex 4, recognized for a period of not more than three years with classification _________________
Made of: _________________
Date: ___________________ ________________

Sample Master



Model 10

Test report, model 10







TEST REPORT
Prepared in accordance with the provisions of the treaty on international transport of perishable foodstuffs and on the special equipment to be used for such Carriage (ATP)
Test report no .: _________



Determination of the effective cooling power for cooling systems in accordance with Annex 3, Section 4





Approved testing station:
Name ___________________________________________________________________________
Address _________________________________________________________________________
Refrigeration brought to trial by ______________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
a) Technical specifications for refrigeration plant
Date of manufacture ____________________________Fabrikat _______________________________ || | type _____________________________________ Serial __________________________
Category: (not used)



- Independent / Non-independent

- Removable / fixed

- Compact systems / split-system

Description ______________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
Compressor:
Make _________________________________Type _______________________________
cylinders ____________________________slagvolumen ______________________ cm3
Rated speed __________________________________________________ o / min
Energy: Electric motor / internal combustion engine / vehicle engine / vehicle transmission (not used)
compressor drive motor:

(Value stated by the manufacturer. Not used.)
Electric Motor:
Make _____________________________Type _______________________________________
Power _______________________________ _______________________________ kW at rev / min
Voltage V Frequency ____________________________ ______________________________ Hz
Internal combustion engine: || | Make _____________________________Type _______________________________________
cylinders _________________________Slagvolumen _____________________________ cm3
Power _______________________________ kW at __________________________ o / min
Fuel ____________________________

Hydraulic Motor:
Make ______________________________Type ______________________________________
Propulsion _____________________________
Generator:
Make _______________________________Type _____________________________________
speed stated by the manufacturer:
Nominal _______________________________ Minimum ___________________________ o / min
Refrigerant _______________________________________________________________________ | ||






Heat exchangers:


condenser


Evaporator



Make - type





Rørantal





Fin spacing (mm) (value stated by the manufacturer)






Tube: material and diameter (mm) (value stated by the manufacturer)






Exchanger surface (m2) (value stated by the manufacturer)






Face area





fans


number







Number of wings per. fan
Diameter (mm)







Rated power (W) (value stated by the manufacturer, where applicable)








Total nominal air volume (m3 / h) by pressing _____ Pa (value stated by the manufacturer)








Driven by







Expansion valve:
Make ___________________________ Model _______________________________________
adjustable / not adjustable (Not used) ________________________
De-icing ______________________________________________________________
Automatic _______________________________________________________________________












Results of measurements and refrigerating performance (Mean temperature of the air to the condenser.... C °)


Rotation speed






Internal temperature






fans


generator


Compressor


Effect of internal heater


Power absorbed by cooling unit fan


Fuel or electrical power consumption


Mean temperature around the body


Mediterranean


Entrance to the evaporator


Effective cooling capacity






r / min


r / min


r / min


W


W


W ell. 1 / h


° C


° C


° C


W



nominal

































































minimal



































































B) Test method and results
Test Method:
heat balance method / entalpidifferencemetoden (Not used)
On a calorie meter box with medium surface area ____________________________________ m2



- Measured U-coefficient of box fitted with refrigeration _______________________ W / ° C,

- By means of wall temperature _______________________________________________ ° C

On transport equipment:



- Measured U-coefficient of bodywork fitted with refrigeration ___________________ W / ° C,

- By means of wall temperature ___________________________________________________ ° C


Method used for correction of the bodywork U-coefficient as a function of the bodywork means no greater ________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
Maximum error in the determination of:



- Bodywork U-coefficient ______________________________________

- Cooling equipment cooling effect _______________________________________

C) Control
Temperature controller: Setpoint _____________________ ° C difference ___________________ ° C
Function of defrosting:
Satisfactory / unsatisfactory (Not used)
Air flow from the evaporator: measured ___________________ m3 pressure _____________________ Pa
Possibility of heating the evaporator thermostat setpoint between 0 ° C and + 12 ° C:
yes / no (not used)
d) Notes _____________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________
Made of : _______________
Date: __________________ _______________________

Sample Master



Appendix 4

ATP certificate and identification plate

Chapter 1

Forms of certificates for System's meeting the requirements of Annex 2
1) Certificates issued before January 2, 2011 in accordance with the requirements of the respective transport equipment shall remain valid until their original expiry date or until the requirements are no longer respected.


Notes must not be printed on the certificate itself.



1) The items that do not apply, Delete.

2) Provide information type (truck, truck, trailer, semi-trailer, container, etc.). In the case of tank equipment for the transport of liquid foodstuffs, add the word "tank".

3) Here is added to one or more of the descriptions listed in Annex 5 with the corresponding identifiable brand / brands.

4) Write the make, model, fuel, serial number and year of production of the equipment.

5) Measurement of the overall coefficient of heat transfer, determination of the effectiveness of cooling equipment etc.

6) Determined in accordance with the requirements of Annex 3, Section 3, Chapter 8, no. 38.

7) The effective cooling capacity of each evaporator depends on the number of evaporators fixed at the condensing unit.

8) If you lose your certificate, a new issue or a photocopy of the ATP certificate with a special stamp with "Certificate COPY" (in red) Name and signature of the issuer and the name of the competent authority or authorized entity can be issued.

9) Security Seal (watermark, ultraviolet or other security label to certify the origin of the certificate)

10) If applicable, board how the rights to issue ATP Certificates is delegated.

Chapter 2
Shaping certificate sheet meeting the requirements of Appendix 2, Section 3



1) Certificate plate must be installed permanently on the equipment in a readily visible location adjacent possible. other approval plate issued for official purposes. The plate, conforming to the specimen below shall be corrosion- and burn resistant material and have the shape of a rectangle with minimum measurements 160 mm. by 100mm. The following must appear on the plate in permanently and legibly written in either English, French or Russian.

a) the Latin letters "ATP" followed by "Approved for transport of perishable food"

b) "Approval Number" followed by the issuing State's national road symbol and reference number of the approval.

c) "Material number" followed by the individual number assigned to identify the particular piece of equipment (which may be the producer number)

d) "ATP brand", followed by the identifying mark described in Annex 5, corresponding to the class and category of equipment.

e) "Valid until" followed by the date (month and year) when the permit expires. If the approval is renewed following a test or inspection, the new validity date written on the same line.



2) The letters "ATP" and the national road symbol should be about 20 mm. high. Other letters and characters must be higher than 5 mm.



Appendix 5

Themes Brands, which attached special library

In Annex 2, section 4 prescribed identification markings shall consist of large, dark blue Latin letters on a white background. Lettering height should be at least 100 mm for the classification indication and at least 50 mm for the expiry dates. For special equipment, such as. a loaded vehicle, whose maximum density does not exceed 3.5 tons, can literally the height also be at least 50 mm for classification declaration and at least 25 mm for the expiry dates.
Classification and expiration indication must at least be fixed externally on both sides in the front upper corner.
The marks shall be as follows:








Material




Distinctive Brands




Usually isolated stock


IN



Heavily insulated equipment


IR



Class A refrigerated equipment with normal insulation


RNA



Class A refrigerated equipment with heavy insulation


RRA



Class B refrigerated equipment with heavy insulation


RRB



Class C refrigerated equipment with heavy insulation


RRC



Class D refrigerated equipment with normal insulation


RND



Class D refrigerated equipment with heavy insulation


RRD



Class A mechanically refrigerated equipment with normal insulation


FNA



Class A mechanically refrigerated equipment with heavy insulation


FROM



Class B mechanically refrigerated equipment with heavy insulation


FRB



Class C mechanically refrigerated equipment with heavy insulation


FRC



Class D mechanically refrigerated equipment with normal insulation


FND



Class D mechanically refrigerated equipment with heavy insulation


FRD



Class E mechanically refrigerated equipment with heavy insulation


FRE



Class F mechanically refrigerated equipment with heavy insulation


FRF



Class A heated equipment with normal insulation


CNA



Class A heated equipment with heavy insulation


CRA



Class B heated equipment with heavy insulation


CRB






If the equipment is fitted with a removable or non independent thermal plants, and if there are special conditions for use of the thermal plant, the letter X is added to the rating label or classification marks in the following cases:



1) For refrigerated equipment:

a) When the eutectic plates should be frozen in a second chamber.



2) For machine-cooled equipment:

a) When the vehicle engine is used to power the compressor.

b) When the refrigeration unit or part of it is detachable in a manner that prevents the device operation

The date (month, year) indicated in Annex 4, section 1, no. 8 as the expiration date of the certificate issued for the product, should be included under the above classification mark.







Example:




FRC


02 = month (February)



02-2011


2011 = Year
The maturity date of certificate







Appendix 6

Monitoring of air temperatures for transport of perishable food that is frozen
Transport Equipment must be equipped with a measuring instrument, which is suitable for monitoring at frequent and regular intervals, the air temperatures that frozen foodstuffs are subjected.
Measurement instrument must be approved by an accredited authority. Evidence of this must be available for the approval of the competent ATP Authority.
Measurement instrument must live up to the standards EN12830 (Thermocouples for transport, storage and distribution of chilled, frozen, deep-frozen food and ice cream - control, performance, suitability) and EN 13486 (temperature gauges and thermometers for transport, storage and distribution of chilled, frozen, quick-frozen food and ice cream - periodic verification).
The recorded temperatures obtained in this manner must be dated and kept for at least a year or longer, depending on the type of food.



Appendix 7

Method for sampling and measurement of temperatures in the transport of chilled, frozen, perishable foods
Chapter 1
General considerations



1) Control and measuring the temperatures indicated the harmonized EU legislation and in §§ 17 and 18 must be done so the food is not exposed to conditions that are detrimental to the safety or quality. Measuring of food temperatures should be carried out in refrigerated environments and with minimal delay and disruption of transport company.

2) Control and measurements are carried out wherever possible by loading and unloading. These procedures should not normally be carried out during transport, unless there are serious doubts about compliance with temperature requirements specified in §§ 17 and 18.

3) Whenever possible, the measurements are taken during transport with a temperature measuring instrument should be considered before selected batches of perishable foodstuffs for sampling and measurements. There should only be exceeded for temperature measurements, if there are serious doubts about the measurements made during transport.

4) When a load is selected, the gentle measurement (between boxes or packages) first made. Only if this gentle measurement does not meet the above temperature requirements (when the allowable fluctuation included), a destructive measurement method used. If a party or containers have been opened for inspection, but there have been no further, should be sealed with time, date and place of inspection, and the official stamp of the inspector.

Chapter 2
Sampling



5) The temperature of the units selected for temperature measurement shall be representative of the warmest place in the party.

6) When it is necessary to select samples during transport whilst the consignment is loaded, there should be selected two samples from the top and bottom of the lot, which is near the edge of the doorways.

7) When samples are selected during the reading of the party, should be four samples selected from one of the following locations:



- The top and bottom of the lot near the edge of the doorways

- The rear upper corners of the party (eg. The furthest from the refrigeration unit).


- The center of the party

- The center of the outermost layer of the party (eg. Closest to the refrigeration unit).

- Top or bottom corners of the outermost layer of the party (eg. Nearest the cooling unit return intake).



8) Chilled products, see. § 18, should also be taken from the coldest location to ensure that there has been freezing during transport.

Chapter 3
Temperature Measurement of perishable foods
9) Temperature meter should be cooled to a temperature as close as possible to the product temperature before measuring.
Cooled goods
10) Non-destructive measurement: Measurement between packages or boxes should be made with a temperature gauge with a flat head. When the temperature gauge positioned between the boxes or packages with food, there must be sufficient pressure to ensure good contact and the meter must be sufficiently long to errors from ambient air is avoided.
11) Destructive measurement: A rigid and robust temperature sensor with a sharp tip, which is made of a material that is easy to clean and disinfect, should be used. The gauge should be inserted into the center of the food package and the temperature read when it is stable.
Frozen and deep-frozen foods
12) Non-destructive measurement: As in 10.
13) Destructive measurement: The temperature gauge is not designed to be able to penetrate frozen foods. It is therefore necessary to make a hole in the product, which the meter can be inserted in. The hole made with a cool, crisp and sharp metal instrument, for example. an ice pick, a hard drill or an auger. The diameter should fit snugly on the temperature gauge. The depth that the temperature gauge is inserted into depends on the type of goods that are:



a) Where the product dimensions allow, place the temperature gauge in 2.5 cm depth from the surface of the product.

b) When a) is not possible due to the product's size, the meter should at least be inserted at a depth from the surface equal to 3 or 4 times the diameter of the meter.

c) It is not practical or possible to make a hole in certain foods because of their size or composition, for example. vegetables into cubes. In these cases, the measured internal temperature of the food packaging by inserting an appropriate sharp temperature meter in the middle of the package in order to measure the temperature surrounding the food.

When the temperature gauge is inserted, the temperature should be read when the meter has reached a stable figure.
Chapter 4
General requirements for measurement system
14) measuring system (temperature sensor and reader), which are used to determine temperature must meet the following specifications:







a) 90% of the difference between the initial and final reading to be reached within 3 minutes.



b) The system must measure with an accuracy of ± 0.5 ° C within the range of - 20 ° C to + 30 ° C.



c) measuring accuracy must not change more than 0.3 ° C with use in the ambient temperature range 20 ° C to + 30 ° C.



d) The display resolution of the measuring instrument should be 0.1 ° C.



e) The system's precision checked periodically.



f) The system must have a valid calibration certificate issued by a recognized authority.



g) The system's electrical components must be protected against unwanted damage due to moisture condensation.







Appendix 8


Contents Chapter 1 - Scope of the Order
Chapter 2 - Approval of insulated transport equipment
Chapter 3 - the vehicles hygienic construction and design
Chapter 4 - Transport Temperatures
Chapter 5 - ATP stock control and ATP Committee
Chapter 6 - Budget and accounting
Chapter 7 - Control of import and export
Chapter 8 - Commencement and penalties
Annex 1 - Definitions and standards for specific equipment for the transport of perishable food



- Chapter 1 - Isolated stock

- Chapter 2 - Chilled stock

- Chapter 3 - Machine-cooled equipment

- Chapter 4 - Heated stock


Appendix 2 - Provisions concerning the control of insulated, refrigerated, mechanically refrigerated or heated equipment for meeting standards
Annex 3 - Methods and procedures for measuring and checking the insulation ability and efficiency of the cooling or heating system on specific equipment for the transport of perishable food
Title I - Definitions and general principles



- Chapter 1 - K-coefficient

- Chapter 2 - bodywork average surface area

- Chapter 3 - Temperature measurement points

- Chapter 4 - Continuous operation and duration of the test

Section II - Equipment remains insulation



- Chapter 5 - equipment, excluding tanks for liquid food

- Chapter 6 - Tanks for liquid food

- Chapter 7 - Provisions applicable to all types of insulated equipment

Section III - Effectiveness of the equipment's thermal plants



- Chapter 8 - Chilled stock

- Chapter 9 - Machine-cooled equipment

- Chapter 10 - Heated stock

Section IV - A method for measuring a device's efficient refrigeration capacity Wo when frost-free evaporator is



- Chapter 11 - General principles

- Chapter 12 - Test methods

- Chapter 13 - Testing Procedure

- Chapter 14 - Results

Section V - Check the insulation ability of the equipment in use



- Chapter 15 - General examination of the equipment

- Chapter 16 - Investigation of air-tightness (not applicable to tank material)

- Chapter 17 - Decisions

Title VI - Checking the efficiency of thermal tank in use



- Chapter 18 - Refrigerated equipment without eutectic accumulators

- Chapter 19 - Machine-cooled equipment

- Chapter 20 - Heated stock

- Chapter 21 - Temperature measurement points

- Chapter 22 - Provisions common to refrigerated, mechanically refrigerated and heated equipment

Title VII - Sample Reports



- Annex 4 - ATP certificate and identification plate

- Annex 5 - Distinguishing Marks, as applied to specific equipment

- Annex 6 - Monitoring of air temperatures for transport of perishable food that is frozen

- Annex 7 - Procedure for the sampling and measurement of temperatures in the transport of chilled, frozen, perishable foods

- Annex 8 - Table of Contents
Official notes

1 In the case of tank equipment, the term "body" according to this definition, the tank itself.

2 Also known as K-value in Denmark.

1 in order to avoid freezing

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