Publication of the indirection and so on of simple pressure vessels 1)
In accordance with section 2 (2), 2, section 4 (4). 3, section 6 (4). 3, section 7, paragraph. 2, section 8 (4). 3, section 9 (4). 3, section 11, section 13, section 17, paragraph 1. 4, section 20, section 21, paragraph. Paragraph 1, and section 27 (1). Amendment No 4. 155 of 20. February 2013 on the orientation of certain products, and under the authority of the Act of 22, the following shall be determined :
Scope of application
§ 1. This notice is implemented by Directive 2009 /105/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on simple pressure vessels. The Directive is included in Annex 1 to this notice.
§ 2. The announcement shall apply to simple pressure vessels, as defined and defined in Article 1 of Annex 1.
§ 3. The notice shall apply to manufacturers, their representatives, their authorised inspection bodies and others obliged to comply with the following of Annex 1.
§ 4. Simple pressure vessels may be placed into circulation only, made available on the market, or used if the containers for proper installation, maintenance and use in accordance with their purpose do not present any risk to human beings ; domestic animals or property of assets.
Paragraph 2. Simple pressure vessels shall also comply with the provisions of Annex 1.
Paragraph 3. Manufacturers, their representatives, their authorised inspection bodies and other obligations as the result of Annex 1 must comply with the requirements resulting from this notice.
Approved control bodies (ies notified bodies),
§ 5. The Director of the Health Safety Board may designate and approve inspection bodies (ies notified bodies), cf. Annex 1, Article 9.
Paragraph 2. In order to be designated as an authorised inspection body (notified body), the applicant shall be a legal person established in Denmark.
Paragraph 3. In order to be designated as an authorised inspection body (notified body), the applicant must be accredited by the DANAK, cf. the notice of the appointment of the national accreditation body.
Paragraph 4. The accreditation under paragraph 1. 3 shall be carried out in relation to the assignment requested for the designation and ensure that the minimum requirements of Annex III to the Directive are met.
Paragraph 5. In order to be designated as an authorised inspection body (notified body), the applicant must comply with Annex III to this Directive. The labor may be subject to conditions other than those laid down in the Annex.
Paragraph 6. The surveillance authorities may carry out checks and inspections that the approved inspection bodies (notified bodies) at any time meet the criteria laid down in Annex III to this Directive. The notified body (notified body) must, at its request, submit all relevant information.
Paragraph 7. The Director of the Health Safety Board may include the authorisation if it is established that the approved body (notified body) no longer fulfils the criteria for the authorization, cf. paragraph 1-5.
§ 6. The work may be charged for the period during which the processing of applications to be designated as approved inspection body (notified body) shall be subject to the charging of work. This applies, whether or not the request is withdrawn or withdrawn.
Paragraph 2. The processing of the procedures for the appointment of the appointment shall be fixed in such a way that the long-term average costs are covered. The labor fee shall amount to DKK DKK $6.00 a. Hour.
Paragraph 3. The fee shall be adjusted each year per year by the labor allowance. 1. April with the general price and wage index.
Paragraph 4. If the charges are not in a timely manner, the charges shall be forctually 1,5%. for each starting month from a due date.
Paragraph 5. If, despite repeated claims, an applicant has failed to pay the Labor of Work for this notice, the Health Safety Board will transfer the collection to the HIRP;
§ 7. Decisions pursuant to this notice shall not be subject to the second administrative authority, cf. However, § 8.
§ 8. Complaguing of decisions of approved inspection bodies (notified bodies) may be submitted to the WA within 4 weeks after the decision has been notified to the person concerned.
§ 9. Unless higher penalties have been imposed on the introduction of certain products or other legislation, the penalty shall be penalised by the penalty which :
1) is in breach of section 4, or provisions of Annex 1, or
2) shall not be followed by decisions, including injunction or prohibitions issued in accordance with the provisions of the notice.
Paragraph 2. Companies can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) punishable by the rules of the penal code 5. Chapter.
Entry into force and transitional provisions
§ 10. The announcement shall enter into force on 1. July, 2013.
Paragraph 2. The announcement shall apply to simple pressure containers which are put into circulation, made available on the market or in use after the date of entry into force of the notice. In the case of the containers which have been put into circulation, made available on the market or in use before the entry into force of the notice, the applicable rules shall apply.
Paragraph 3. At the same time, notice No 565 of 24. June 1994 on simple pressure vessels.
Work surveillance, the 10th. June 2013
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In the Annex, Directive 2009 /105/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council has been reproduced by 16. September 2009 on simple pressure vessels
as modified by
Regulation No 2 of the European Parliament 1025/2012 of 25. -October 2012.
The directive is reproduced in the consolidated version of 1. January 2013.
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND COUNCIL DIRECTIVE 2009 /105/EF
of 16. September 2009
on simple pressure vessels
(Text with EEA relevance)
THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION HAVE-
Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community, and in particular Article 95 thereof,
Having regard to the proposal from the Commission,
Having regard to the opinion of the European Economic and Social Committee 2) ,
After the procedure laid down in Article 251 of 3) , and
in the following considerations :
1) Council Directive 87 /404/EEC of 25. June 1987 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to 4) has been substantially amended on several occasions, 5) The directive should, for reasons of clarity and rationalisation, be codified.
2) Member States shall ensure, even for their own territory, to protect persons, livestock and objects against the risk of leaks or explosions to which simple pressure vessels may be connected.
3) Member States shall have essential provisions concerning in particular the level of safety which simple pressure vessels must comply with, and concerning the design data, operation and conditions of installation and use, and the procedures for monitoring before and ; After marketing. Such provisions do not necessarily lead to different levels of safety in the different Member States, but the differences between them are obstructions in intra-Community trade.
4) This Directive should therefore contain only non-essential and essential requirements, in order to facilitate the evidence of compliance with these essential requirements, for example, the need for simple pressure vessels at Community level to be subject to harmonised standards, in particular for the case of the evidence. the construction, operation and installation of the products which meet these standards may be presumed to be in conformity with the essential safety requirements ; such harmonised Community standards shall be established by private bodies and should retain ; their non-binding status. To this end, the European Committee for Standardisation (CEN) is recognised by the European Committee on Electrotechnical Standardisation (Cenelec) and the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), as bodies with competence to adopt harmonized standards in accordance with the general guidelines, 6) in the case of cooperation between the Commission, the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and these three bodies signed on 28. March 2003.
5) The Council has issued a number of directives aimed at the removal of technical barriers to trade, based on the principles of the Council resolution of 7. May 1985 on a new approach to technical harmonisation and standards 7) each of these directives contains provisions for the affixing of the CE marking. The Commission has in its communication of 15. June 1989 on a global approach to certification and testing 8) the introduction of a common system of CE marking in a single graphical form has been introduced. The Council has in its resolution of 21. December 1989 on a global approach to conformity assessment 9) as a guiding principle, the use of such a coherent method for the use of the CE marking shall be used. The two basic elements of the new approach, which should be applied, are the essential requirements and the conformity assessment procedures.
6) Compliance with these technical requirements must be monitored to protect users and third parties effectively. The current control procedures are not the same in the different Member States. In order to avoid dupdupate controls that are at the same time as obstacles to the free movement of these containers, Member States should recognise each other's checks. In order to facilitate this mutual control recognition, Community procedures should include, inter alia, the criteria to be used for the appointment of the bodies to take care of investigations, monitoring and control.
7) If a simple pressure container is equipped with CE marking, it should be presumed to be in conformity with this Directive, and repetition of the checks already carried out during its import or entry into service should therefore be unnecessary. Nevertheless, simple pressure vessels will put safety at risk. A procedure should therefore be laid down, which could reduce that risk.
8) This Directive should not affect the obligations of the Member States as regards the time limits set out in Annex IV, Part B, for transposition into national law and the application of the directives,
ISSUED THE FOLLOWING DIRECTIVE :
SCOPE, DEFINITIONS, MARKETING AND FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT
1. This Directive shall apply to serial-flailing, simple pressure vessels.
2. The scope of the Directive does not cover the following containers :
a) containers specially designed for the use in the nuclear field and whose failures may result in the release of radioactivity ;
b) containers specially intended for equipment or the propulation of ships or aircraft ;
c) fire extinguishers.
3. For the purposes of this Directive :
a) ' low pressure vessel ` means any weighted containers which are subjected to an internal excess pressure higher than 0,5 bar, intended to contain air or nitrogen and which are not intended to be exposed to dismissals.
The parts and collections which contribute to the strength of the pressure container shall be made of the inconvenience of quality steel, of the drawback of aluminium or non-modal-eating aluminum alloys.
The holder shall consist of :
i) a cylindrical part of circular-shaped perpendicular incision, which has been closed by unturned unturned unturned or by flat unicorders having the same torax as the cylindrical part, or
(ii) Two coupons of unicorps with the same torax.
The holder ' s highest operating pressure must be less than or equal to 30 bar and the product of the pressure and the volume of the container (PS × V) shall be equal to a maximum of 10000 bar × l.
The lowest operating temperature may not be below-50 ° C and the highest operating temperature may not be above 300 ° C for steel containers and 100 ° C for aluminium containers or aluminium alloys.
b) "harmonized standard" means a technical specification (European standard or harmonisation document), adopted by the European Committee for Standardisation (CEN), the European Committee on Electrotechnical Standardisation (Cenelec), or European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), or two or three of these bodies, on a recommendation from the Commission, in accordance with Directive 98 /34/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22. June 1998 laying down a procedure for the provision of information in the field of technical standards and regulations and rules on information society services ; 10) and the general guidelines for cooperation between the Commission, the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and these three bodies, which were signed on 28. March 2003.
1. Member States shall take all necessary measures to ensure that containers can only be placed on the market and be used if they are properly installed, maintained and used in accordance with their objectives, in accordance with their objectives ; people, livestock or property.
2. This Directive shall be without prejudice to the possibility of Member States in compliance with the Treaty in accordance with the Treaty, which they consider necessary to ensure the protection of workers in the use of containers, in so far as it is not required to make changes to : the containers in relation to the specifications laid down in this Directive.
1. Containers whose product PS × V is greater than 50 bar × l shall comply with the essential safety requirements set out in Annex I.
2. Containers whose product PS × V is less than or equal to 50 bar × l shall be prepared according to the design requirements in the area of one of the Member States and provided for in Annex II, point 1, with exception. of the CE marking referred to in Article 16.
Member States may not oppose the placing on the market of containers which comply with the provisions of this Directive and shall be taken into account in their territory.
Member States shall assume that containers equipped with the CE marking comply with all the provisions of this Directive.
Member States shall assume that the essential safety requirements set out in Annex I are met when containers meet the national standards which implement the harmonized standards whose references have been published in : Official Journal of the European Union.
Member States shall publish the references of these national standards.
Member States shall assume that containers for which no standards exist, as mentioned in paragraph 1, in the case of a second paragraph or on which the manufacturer has not / or only partially applied these standards, the essential safety requirements laid down in Annex I, where they have been issued for the EC type-examination certificate and their conformity with the approved model, are confirmed by : CE marking.
Where containers are subject to other Directives relating to other aspects and which provide for the affixing of the CE marking, this marking shall indicate that these containers are also presumed to comply with the provisions of those other Directives.
However, where the manufacturer under one or more of these Directives is free to choose which arrangements to apply during a transitional period, the CE marking shall show that the vessels comply with the Directives applied by the manufacturer. In this case, reference particulars of the Directives applied, as published in the Official Journal of the European Union, indicate on the documents, instructions or instructions required by the said Directives and accompanying the containers concerned.
1. Constates a Member State that containers which are affixed to the CE marking, which are used for their purpose, present a risk to humans, livestock or property, and shall take all necessary measures to withdraw the products ; the market or prohibit or restrict their marketing.
The Member State shall forthwith inform the Commission of this measure and shall state the reasons for its decision, including the failure to conform to the following :
a) failure to comply with the essential safety requirements set out in Annex I, if the container fails to comply with the provisions of Article 5 (2). 1, mentioned harmonised standards,
b) incorrect application of the provisions of Article 5 (1). 1, mentioned harmonised standards,
c) a lack of the actual absence of the provisions of Article 5 (1). Paragraph 1, mentioned harmonised standards.
The Commission shall initiate consultations with the parties concerned as soon as possible. Where it is consulted after these consultations, it shall be that the one referred to in paragraph 1 shall be Paragraph 1 shall forthwith inform the initiating Member State and the other Member States without delay.
Is it in paragraph 4? The Commission shall consult the parties concerned and then inform the Committee within two months and in the Member State which has taken the measures in question, and shall inform the Committee within two months of the time and place of the Committee ; the procedure laid down in Article 6
If a vessel not satisfying the requirements is equipped with the CE marking, the Member State concerned shall take appropriate measures against the affixed marking and shall inform the Commission and the other Member States accordingly.
4. The Commission shall ensure that the Member States are kept informed of the provisions referred to in paragraph 1. The procedures and results referred to in 1, 2 and 3 were conducted.
1. In addition to the production of containers, if the product PS × V is greater than 50 bar × l, and obtained according to the harmonized standards referred to in Article 5 (2). 1, the manufacturer or his authorized representative who is established in the Community, in accordance with its choice, shall :
a) notify an approved inspection body as referred to in Article 9, which, on the basis of the technical design data referred to in Annex II (3), draws up a certificate that these data are relevant ; or
b) subject to the EC type-examination referred to in Article 10, the type of container referred to in Article 10.
2. In addition to the production of containers, if the product PS × V is greater than 50 bar × l and not, or only partially, produced according to the harmonized standards referred to in Article 5 (2). 1. The manufacturer or his authorised representative established in the Community shall allow a canister model to submit to the EC type-examination referred to in Article 10.
3. Beholders produced in accordance with the harmonized standards referred to in Article 5 (2). 1, or with the approved model, shall be subjected to the marketing of :
a) where PS × V is greater than 3000 bar × l, the Community verification referred to in Article 11 ;
b) when PS × V is less than or equal to 3000 bar × l and more than 50 bar × l, after the manufacturer ' s choice :
i) the declaration of EC conformity referred to in Article 12, or
(ii) the EC verification referred to in Article 11.
4. documents and correspondence relating to the products referred to in paragraph 1. The approval procedures referred to in 1, 2 and 3 shall be drawn up in one of the official languages of the Member State in which the approved inspection body has been established or in a language accepted by that body.
Member States shall inform the Commission and the other Member States of the authorised controls they have designated to carry out the checks provided for in Article 8 (1). The procedures referred to in paragraph 1, 2 and 3, and the specific tasks for which these bodies are appointed and the identification numbers assigned to them by the Commission.
The Commission shall publish a list of the notified bodies and their identification numbers and the tasks they have been designated to carry out, Official Journal of the European Union The Commission shall ensure that the list is kept up to date.
2. Member States shall comply with the minimum criteria laid down in Annex III for the approval of the provisions laid down in paragraph 1. 1 concerned bodies.
A Member State which has approved a control body shall withdraw approval if it finds that the body no longer satisfies the minimum criteria laid down in Annex III.
It shall forthwith inform the Commission and the other Member States thereof.
1. EC type-examination is the procedure whereby the approved inspection body notes and confirms that a canister complies with the provisions of the Directive which apply to it.
2. The application for EC type-examination shall be submitted by the manufacturer or his authorized representative to a single approved inspection body for a canister model or a model representative of a family of containers. The authorised representative must be established in the Community.
The application shall include :
a) the name and address of the manufacturer or his authorized representative and the place of manufacture of the containers ;
b) the technical design data referred to in Annex II (3).
The application shall be accompanied by a representative representative of the production envisaged.
3. The approved inspection body shall perform the EC type-examination in accordance with the procedure referred to in the second and third subparagraphs.
It shall carry out a review of the engineering design data to check whether they match the requirements and test the specified container.
During the examination of the container, the body must :
a) verify that the container is manufactured in accordance with the technical design data and may be used safely under the planned operating conditions ;
b) carry out appropriate examinations and tests in order to verify that the containers are in accordance with the essential requirements set out for them.
4. Refills the model of the provisions applicable to it, the approved inspection body shall issue an EC type-examination certificate, which shall be communicated to the applicant. The certificate shall state the results of the test and the conditions which it may have been subjected to and contain the descriptions and drawings necessary for the identification of the approved model.
The Commission, the other approved inspection bodies and the other Member States may obtain a copy of the certificate and may, upon reasoned request, have a copy of the technical design data and the report on the tests carried out and tests.
5. An approved inspection body to issue a EC type-examination certificate shall inform the other approved inspection bodies accordingly.
An approved inspection body which withdraws an EC type certificate shall inform the Member State which has approved it. The Member State shall inform the other Member States and the Commission accordingly and shall state the reasons for the decision.
1. in the case of EC verification, the procedure shall mean the procedure whereby the manufacturer, or his authorized representative established in the Community, ensures and declares that the containers to which the provisions of paragraph 1 are laid down. 3 have been applied, in accordance with the type described in the EC type-examination certificate or with the technical design data referred to in point 3 of Annex II for which a certificate of compliance has been granted.
2. The manufacturer must take all necessary measures to ensure that the containers following the manufacturing process are in conformity with the type described in the EC type-examination certificate or with the technical design data referred to in point 3 of Annex II. The manufacturer or his authorized representative established within the Community shall affix the CE marking to each container and draw up a declaration of conformity.
3. The approved inspection body shall carry out appropriate examinations and tests to verify the conformity of the container with the requirements of this Directive, in the checks and testing by the second to the tenth paragraph.
The manufacturer shall present the containers in homogeneous parties and shall take the necessary measures to ensure that each manufactured batch after the manufacturing process is homogeneous.
Together with the parties, the ' EC type certificate referred to in Article 10 shall be forwarded or when the containers are not produced in accordance with an approved model, the technical design data referred to in Annex II, point 3. In the latter case, it examines the approved inspection body prior to the EC verification of the technical data to certify that they correspond to the requirements.
During the examination of a batch, the checks carried out check that the containers have been manufactured and checked in accordance with the technical design data and shall carry out each container in a liquid pressure test or an air pressure test on each container in the batch ; have the same effect at a pressure Ph on 1,5 times the calculation pressure, to test its strength. The test testing with air shall be subject to the approval of the safety requirements for the tests by the Member State in which the test is carried out.
In addition, the quality of the test body approved the quality of the test must be carried out on test subjects which, after the manufacturer ' s choice, shall be taken on a subject sample or container. These tests shall be carried out in the long-sea mallow. When applying different welding approach to sitnam and round-sim, the tests shall be repeated on the round-sea mnees.
For the containers referred to in point 2.1.2 of Annex I, these tests shall be replaced by a sample of a liquid pressure test of five random containers from each batch in order to verify that they are in accordance with the requirements set out in section 2.1.2 of Annex I ; essential safety requirements.
The approved inspection body shall affix or leave its identification number to each vessel in the approved lots and shall draw up a written certificate of conformity for the tests carried out. All the containers in the batch may be placed on the market, except for those containers which have not been able to make the fluid pressure test or the air pressure test.
If a batch is rejected, the validated control body shall take the necessary measures to prevent the placing on the market of that party. If lots are to be scrapped, the inspection body may provide the statistical verification of the statistical verification.
The manufacturer may, during the manufacturing process on the responsibility of the approved inspection body, place identification number of the product as a result of the manufacturing process.
The manufacturer or his authorized representative must be able to submit, upon request, the certificates of conformity from the approved inspection body referred to in the seventh subparagraph.
EC declaration of conformity
1. The manufacturer who satisfies the obligations laid down in Article 13 shall include the CE marking referred to in Article 16 on containers which, according to his statement, are in accordance with :
a) the design data referred to in Annex II (3) for which a certificate has been issued that the requirements have been met, or
b) an approved model.
2. The manufacturer is subject to this procedure, with a declaration of EC compliance, when the PS × V product is greater than 200 bar × l.
The purpose of the Community surveillance shall be that, in accordance with the second subparagraph of Article 14, that the manufacturer must comply with the obligations laid down in Article 13 (1). Two, correct. It shall be carried out by the approved inspection body, which has issued it in accordance with Article 10 (1). the EC type-examination certificate referred to in the first subparagraph, when the containers are manufactured in accordance with an approved model, or in the opposite case of the body to whom the technical design data has been sent in accordance with Article 8 (1). 1 (a).
1. when the manufacturer uses the procedure referred to in Article 12, before preparation, he shall submit to the approved inspection body which has issued the EC type certificate or certificate that the requirements are met, a document describing the methods used and all the systematic arrangements made in advance and which will be implemented to ensure that the containers are in accordance with the provisions of Article 5 (2). The standards referred to in paragraph 1 or the approved model.
The second paragraph of paragraph 2. The document referred to shall include, inter alia :
a) a description of suitable equipment for the production and verification of the containers,
b) a control document describing the appropriate examinations and tests to be carried out during the production process and how and how often they are carried out ;
c) an obligation to carry out examinations and tests in accordance with the control document referred to in (b) and to carry out a fluid pressure test or with the consent of the Member State for a test pressure of 1,5 times the test pressure, the calculation of the calculation on each manufactured container ;
these examinations and tests must be carried out under the responsibility of qualified personnel, which are sufficiently independent of production, and shall be summed up in a report ;
d) the address of the premises of manufacture and storage and the date of the commencement of the manufacturing process.
3. When the product PS × V is greater than 200 bar × l, the manufacturer must, in addition, provide the body with which the Community supervision is incummable, access to the manufacturing and storage facilities to enable it to carry out containers for the purpose of carrying out containers, to test and leave all necessary information, including :
a) the engineering design data,
b) the control document
c) the possible EC type-approval certificate or certificate that the requirements have been met ;
d) a report of the tests carried out and examinations carried out.
The approved inspection body which has issued the EC type certificate or certificate that the requirements are fulfilled must before the date of manufacture of the preparation shall review the provisions of Article 13 (1). The document referred to in Annex II (3) and the technical design data referred to in point 3 of Annex II to certify that they correspond to the requirements if the container is not produced in accordance with an approved model.
In addition, when the product PS × V is greater than 200 bar × l, the approved inspection body must also be approved.
a) ensure that the manufacturer effectively controls the serial-flailing containers in accordance with Article 13 (1). 2 (c)
b) without warning, sampling shall be carried out on the production and storage facilities for verification purposes.
The approved inspection body shall forward to the Member State which has approved it, a copy of the verification report, which shall be sent to the other approved inspection bodies, the other Member States and the Commission as required.
CE-MARKING AND MARKINGS
Without prejudice to Article 7 :
a) if a Member State ascertains that the CE marking has been affixed unjustifiable, the manufacturer or his authorized representative established within the Community must be obliged to ensure that the product is again brought to comply with the provisions on CE marking, and the infringement shall be terminated in accordance with the conditions laid down by the Member State ;
b) the Member State must, if the product continues to comply, take all measures necessary to limit or prohibit the placing on the market of the product in question or to ensure that it is withdrawn from the market in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article ; 7.
1. The CE marking and the markings referred to in Annex II (1) must be affixed clearly, legibly and so that they cannot be deleted on the container or on a label that cannot be removed from the container.
The CE marking shall consist of the initials ' CE ` in accordance with the model specified in Annex II (1.1). The CE marking shall be followed by the provisions of Article 9 (1). The identification number of the approved control body referred to as the EC verification or Community supervision shall be the responsibility of the inspection body.
2. It shall be prohibited to affix the labelling of vessels which may deceive third parties as to the importance of the CE marking and the graphical design. Any other marking may be affixed to the containers or on the label, provided that the CE marking does not make the CE marking less visible or legible.
Any decision taken pursuant to this Directive which leads to restrictions on the placing on the market and / or the incorporation of a container shall be clearly justified. The decision shall be communicated to the party concerned as soon as possible, and shall indicate the possibilities of the possibility of the Member State in question and within which time limits are to be estimated.
Member States shall communicate to the Commission the main provisions of national law which they adopt in the field covered by this Directive.
Directive 87 /404/EEC, as amended by the Directives listed in Part A of Annex IV, shall be repealed without prejudice to the obligations of the Member States in respect of the time limits laid down in Annex IV, Part B, for transposition into national law and in the application of : the directives.
References to the repealed Directive shall be construed as references to this Directive and shall be read in accordance with the correlation table in Annex V.
This Directive shall enter into force on the 20th day following that of its publication in : Official Journal of the European Union.
This Directive is addressed to the Member States.
THE MAIN SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
(see Article 3 (1). 1)
Materials shall be selected in the light of the intended use of containers and under the observation of section 1.1 to 1.4.
1.1. Pressure-bearing parts
The materials referred to in Article 1 which are used for the manufacture of the pressure-bearing parts shall be :
b) ductile and cool so that the leaf fractures of the lowest operating temperature do not cause fragmentation or cribted breaks ;
c) I'm a life-resistant.
In the case of containers of steel the materials must also comply with the provisions of 1.1.1, and for aluminum containers or aluminium containers, they must also comply with the provisions of 1.1.2.
These materials, as described in Annex II, shall be accompanied by a control document drawn up by the manufacturer of the material.
1.1.1. Steel Beholders
The inconvenience of quality steel shall comply with the following requirements :
a) it must be reassured and delivered after normalization, or in equivalent order ;
b) after the catalytic analysis, carbon content must be less than 0,25% and the contents of the sulphur and phosphorus must be less than 0,05% ;
c) the product shall have the following mechanical characteristics :
-WHAT? the maximum value of the timber unit R, m, max must be less than 580 N/mm 2
-WHAT? the break extension shall :
-WHAT? the test rod must be taken in parallel with the rolling stock of the material :
A at 22% by a benevolence of a three-millimeter gullitre,
A 80 mm at 17% by a benevolence of < 3 mm ;
-WHAT? and if the test rod is carried out perpendicular to the rolling stock of the material :
A 20% by a benevolence of a three-millimetre thickness.
A 80 mm 15% by a remection of < 3 mm ;
-WHAT? the mean value of the broken KCV, which is calculated on the basis of three samples taken in the longitudinal longitudinal plane, shall be at least 35 J/cm ; 2 at the lowest operating temperature ; only one of the three values must be less than 35 J/cm ; 2 and under no circumstances less than 25 J/cm 2 .
This quality must be controlled for steel intended for the production of containers, the lowest operating temperature of which is less than 10 ° C and if a thickness is more than 5 mm.
1.1.2. Aluminum containers
The aluminium aluminium must have an aluminium content of at least 99.5%, and the alloys referred to in Article 1 (1). In the case of 3 (a), the maximum operating temperature shall have sufficient resistance to the intercrystalline corrosion.
In addition, these materials must comply with the following provisions :
a) they must be delivered in the light of the filament ; and
b) they must have the following mechanical characteristics :
-WHAT? the maximum value of the timber unit R, m, max must be less than or equal to 350 N/mm 2
-WHAT? the break extension shall :
-WHAT? where the test constant is taken in parallel with the rolling stock of the material : A ' s 16% ;
-WHAT? and if the test rod is carried out perpendicular to the rolling stock of the material : A 14% 14%.
1.2. Welding Materials
The materials used for the welds on pressure vessels or manufacture of these must be suitable and compatible with the materials to be welded.
1.3. Accessories which contribute to the strength of the container
The accessories (bolts, bolts, furnishes) shall be made from a material as specified in item 1.1 or by other appropriate forms of steel, aluminium or aluminium alloy compatible with the materials used in the manufacture of pressure-bearing parts.
The latter materials shall have a suitable detenment and to the lowest operating temperature at the lowest operating temperature.
1.4. Parts that are not pressurime
All the parts of containers which are collected by welding which are not pressurised shall be made from materials compatible with the material to which the parts they are established are made of.
2. CONSTRUCTION OF TANKS
Manufacturers must determine their use by the design of the containers by selecting :
a) the lowest operating temperature T, min
b) the highest operating temperature T, max
c) the highest operating pressure PS.
However, although a minimum operating temperature is determined at more than 10 ° C, the characteristics of the materials must be met at 10 ° C.
The manufacturer must also take into account the following :
-WHAT? it must be possible to check the insides of the containers,
-WHAT? it must be possible to empty the canisters ;
-WHAT? the mechanical characteristics must be maintained continuously during the use of the containers in accordance with their intended purpose ;
-WHAT? containers must have adequate corrosion protection, taking into account the use of their required use,
and to the effect that the conditions under the prescribed conditions apply :
-WHAT? the containers must not be subjected to loads which may harm their usable security ;
-WHAT? the insure of the internal pressure shall not exceed the highest operating pressure PS. However, in a short period it may be exceeded by a maximum of 10%.
The rim and the slow sim shall be carried out by welding with full intrusion, or a similar strong welding. Wife-tear apart, except for half-ball-shaped slices, must have a cylindrical edge.
If the product PS × V is less than or equal to 3000 bar × l, the manufacturer must choose one of the methods described in item 2.1.1 and 2.1.2 if the PS × V is more than 3000 bar × l, or if the maximum operating temperature is carried out exceed 100 ° C, the thickness shall be calculated according to the method referred to in 2.1.1.
However, the actual amount of the cylindrical and bottom cylinders shall be at least 2 mm in the case of containers of steel and at least 3 mm for aluminium containers or aluminium alloys.
2.1.1. Calculation method
The minimum thickness of pressure bearing parts shall be calculated taking into account the strength of the following voltages and the following requirements :
a) The pressure that is added to calculations must be greater than or equal to the selected highest operating pressure PS.
b) The allowed general membrane voltage must be less than or equal to the lowest of the values 0,6 R, ONE or 0,3 R, m The manufacturer must, in order to determine the permissible voltage, the quantities of the materials manufacturer guaranteed minimum values for R, ONE and R m .
However, when the cylindrical part of the container has one or more prostheses produced in the non-automatic welding process, the thickness, calculated as specified in the first paragraph, must be multiplied by the coefficient of 1,15.
2.1.2. Preseation method
The approval shall be calculated in such a way that the containers at ambient temperature may withstand a pressure equivalent to at least five times the highest operating pressure, with a constant deformation factor for the circumference of less than or equal to 1%.
3. MANUFACTURING OF CONTAINERS
The holders must be prepared and undergoing manufacturing control in accordance with the technical design data referred to in Annex II (3).
3.1. Preparation of the topics
Preparation of the issues (for example, formulation and humiculation) may not lead to surface errors, cracks, or changes in the mechanical characteristics which may be hazardous to safety.
3.2. Expictions on pressure-bearing parts
The characteristics of welders and the adjacent areas must correspond to the wellest material and must not surface errors or internal defects which may be hazardous to safety.
The welding solutions must be carried out by welders or operators with the necessary qualifications, according to approved sweling methods. Such approvals and qualifying tests must be carried out by approved inspection bodies.
The manufacturer must also ensure that the quality of the welders is continually by appropriate means of making the appropriate tests in the course of the manufacturing process. A report shall be drawn up on these studies.
4. IN SERVICE OF CONTAINERS
Each vessel shall be accompanied by the instruction manual referred to in Annex II (2), which are contained by the manufacturer.
"CEMENT MARKING", MARKINGS, INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE, ENGINEERING DESIGN DATA, DEFINITIONS AND SYMBOLS ;
1. 'CETAMARKING' AND MARKINGS
1.1. CE marking
The CE marking shall consist of the initials ' CE ` in the following form :
If the CE marking is reduced or enlarged the size of the model, as specified in this paragraph, must be observed.
The various components of the CE marking must be as high as possible, and this must be at least 5 mm above the same height.
The holder or the label must bear at least the following markings :
a) maximum operating pressure (PS in bar)
b) the highest operating temperature (T, max at ° C)
c) the lowest operating temperature (T min at ° C)
d) the capacity of the container (V in litre),
(e) name or mark of the manufacturer,
(f) the type identification and series of the container or the batch or partin;
g) the last two digits of the year in which the ' CE ' marking has been affixed.
Where a label is used, it must be designed in such a way that it cannot be recysable, and there must be room for any other recipes.
2. USAGE VIEW
The instructions must include the following :
a) the information referred to in point 1, except for the serial number of the container
b) the planned use,
c) the maintenance and installation information required to ensure that the container is applicable without any safety hazard.
It shall be replaced by the official language or languages of the Member State to which it is determined.
3. ENGINEERING DESIGN DATA
The technical design data shall include a description of the techniques and activities used to meet the essential safety requirements set out in Annex I or the harmonized standards referred to in Article 5 (2). 1, including :
a) a detailed manufacturing of the container type,
b) the instructions,
c) a document with a description of :
-WHAT? the selected materials,
-WHAT? the selected welding methods,
-WHAT? the selected controls,
-WHAT? all relevant information pertinent to the shape of the container.
In addition, where the procedures laid down in Articles 11 to 14 are implemented, the technical design data shall also include :
a) the certificates of the suitability of welders and the qualifications of welders or operators ;
b) the control document for materials used for the manufacture of parts and collections which contribute to the strengthening of the pressure tank ;
c) a report of the examinations carried out and carried out or a statement of the proposed control measures ;
4. DEFINITIONS AND SYMBOLS
a) The calculation pressure "P" shall be the measurement pressure chosen by the manufacturer to determine the thickness of the vessel ' s pressure-bearing parts.
b) The maximum operating pressure "PS" is the maximum measurement pressure that can be carried out under normal conditions of use for the container.
c) The lowest operating temperature " T min " is the lowest stabilised temperature for the wall of the container under normal conditions of use.
d) The highest operating temperature " T max " is the highest stabilized temperature for the wall of the container under normal conditions of use.
(e) The Flying Tension "R" ONE " is the value of the highest operating temperature " T max " of :
-WHAT? either the upper flight suspense " R, eH " for a material with a lower and an upper volatile voltage
-WHAT? or 0,2% voltage " R p 0.2 ", or
-WHAT? 1.0% voltage " R p 1,0 ' for non-alloy aluminium.
(f) Family of containers :
In the same family, containers differ from the specimen by their diameter, provided that the requirements of Annex I, 2.1.1 and 2.1.2 are complied with, or at the length of their cylindrical part within the following limits :
-WHAT? In the case of the model other than the piles consisting of one or more losses, the variants must cover at least one swatting.
-WHAT? If the model consists only of two-led bunkers, the variants shall not contain any kind of swaddled.
Variations of the length resulting in changes in openings or holes shall be indicated on the drawing for each variant.
g) A batch of containers is made up of not more than 3000 containers of the same type.
(h) In accordance with this Directive, it is a series of series of series, in the case of multiple containers of the same model after a continuous manufacturing process in a given period in accordance with a common design and in the same manner ; manufacturing methods.
i) Control document : document whereby the producer confirms that the supplied products meet the requirements of the order and in which he presents the test results from the factory ' s continuous checks, in particular by the chemical composition and the mechanical engineering properties carried out on products produced at the same manufacturing process as the supplied products, but not necessarily on those products.
MINIMUM CRITERIA TO BE COMPLIED WITH BY THE MEMBER STATES IN THE APPROVAL OF INSPECTION BODIES
(see Article 9 (1). 2)
1) The approved inspection body, its leader and its staff responsible for inspection must not be the originator of the design, manufacturer, supplier, or employed in the installation of the containers or installations for which they are to be inspecting, or some of these people's representative. They may not be independent or authorised to participate in the design, manufacture, sale or maintenance of such containers or facilities. This does not preclude the possibility of the exchange of technical information between the manufacturer and the approved inspection body.
2) The approved inspection body and the staff responsible for inspection must exercise the control of professional integrity and technical competence at the highest level and be independent of any pressure and incentive, in particular, of the financial nature, which : may affect their assessment or the results of their checks, including, in particular, pressure and influence by persons or groups of persons who have an interest in the control results.
3) The approved inspection body must have the staff and the means necessary to perform adequately the technical and administrative tasks related to the performance of the checks and have access to it not normally ; the necessary material shall be provided for inspection.
4) The staff required to carry out the checks shall have :
a) a sound technical and vocational training ;
b) an adequate knowledge of the requirements relating to the checks carried out, and a sufficient practical experience of such checks ;
c) the ability to draw up attestations, reports and statements which render the results of the checks carried out.
5) The staff required to carry out the checks must be guaranteed full independence. The remuneration of each employee must not be dependent on the number of control functions carried out or the results of the check.
6) The approved inspection body shall draw up liability insurance unless the liability of civil liability is covered by the State on the basis of national legal rules, or unless the checks are carried out directly by the Member State.
7) The staff of the approved inspection body shall be bound by the obligation of professional secrecy in the course of carrying out its business (except for the competent administrative authorities of the State in which it carries out its activities) in the context of the operation of the Member States ; this Directive or any national legal authority issued in accordance with this.
Repeared Directive with Summary of Changes
(see Article 19),
List of deadlines for transposition into national law and application
(see Article 19),
1) The commotion contains provisions implementing Directive 2009 /105/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16. September 2009 on simple pressure vessels (codified version), EU Official Journal 2009, nr. L 264, page 12.
2) EUT C 27 of 3.2.2009, p. 41. EUT C 27 of 3.2.2009, p. 41.
3) Opinion of the European Parliament of 21 October 2008 (not yet published in the Official Journal) and Council Decision of 13 July 2009.
4) OJ L 220, 8.8.1987, p. 48.
5) See Annex IV, Part A.
6) OJ C 91, 16.4.2003, p. 7.
7) OJ C 136, 4.6.1985, p. 1.
8) OJ C 267, 19.10.1989, p. 3.
9) OJ C 10, 16.1.1990, p. 1.
10) OJ L 204, 21.7.1998, p. 37.