Control Measuring Reservoirs, Liquid Altimeters And Discontinuous Fuel Meters

Original Language Title: Regeling meetreservoirs, vloeistofhoogtemeters en discontinue brandstofmeters

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Arrangement of the Minister for Economic Affairs of 22 January 2007, No WJZ 7007456, laying down rules on requirements to be met by measuring tanks, liquid altimeters and discontinuous fuel meters before they are placed on the market, put into service or used (Scheme measuring reservoirs, liquid altimeters and discontinuous fuel meters)

The Minister for Economic Affairs,

Having regard to the Articles 5, 8 and 11 of the Measurement Instrument Decision II;

Decision:

Chapter 1. Starting provisions

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Article 1

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This arrangement is understood to be below:

  • a. First conformity assessment: conformity assessment as referred to in Article 6 of the Act;

  • b. Measuring tank: measuring instrument which is designed to determine, with or without the aid of another measuring instrument, the amount of liquid containing it, and which is also intended for preservation or storage, by determining the level of the liquid mirror. Transport in it or delivery of that liquid, except ship tanks;

  • c. Liquid altimeter: measuring instrument where it is intended for measuring the level of the liquid in a measuring reservoir and consists of a measurement-value transducer and at least one indication of the indication of the indication of the measuring device as referred to in article 28, first member, under b;

  • d. discontinuous fuel meter: measuring instrument, intended for the discontinuous determination of the volume of fuels used in two-stroke engines, consisting of measuring rooms and fitted with special devices for filling and empting the measuring rooms;

  • e. measuring instruments: the measuring instruments referred to in points (b), (c) and (d);

  • f. Marking: marking as referred to in Article 21 of the Decision measuring instruments and economic operators;

  • g. seal mark: a seal bearing the characteristic of a designated authority or a natural person or a legal person who has a recognition as referred to in Article 11 of the The Metrology Law is listed.

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Article 2

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  • 1 Measuring instruments are arranged so that they cannot give cause for misdirection or misconception.

  • 2 Measuring instruments have an effective form, have been manufactured for the purpose of good quality material, operate properly and are in a good state of maintenance. They are formulated in such a way that the immutability of the measurement is sufficiently guaranteed both by the material from which they are produced, and by a good construction.



Article 3

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  • 1 Measuring instruments do not bear any indication of units other than the approved units of measurement included in the 2006 Measures Decision 2006 The marking of the decimal multiples and parts of the units of measurement on the measuring instruments corresponds to the Measures Decision 2006.

  • 2 The size or weight marks on the measuring instruments consists of a number, followed by the indication of the unit of measurement, whether or not in decimal places multiples or parts, or by a number, followed by the symbol for the unit of measure or its decimal variety, or part of the 2006 measure decision measureMeeteenhedenbesluit.

  • 3 Measuring instruments that, by reason of their composition or their intended use, require a limitation in their use or method of measurement, and marking which indicates that limitation, unless otherwise provided.


Article 4

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Measuring instruments Used exclusively for measurements according to their destination.


Article 5

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  • 1 If the manner of arrangement is relevant to the accuracy of the measurement, the measuring instrument is correct, and, where applicable, to the appropriate indication of an appropriate measurement establishment, elaborated.

  • 2 Measuring instruments that are present in places where retail sale takes place of goods that are Size or weight shall be drawn up in such a way that the purchaser can observe the indication of the measuring instrument unimpeded.


Article 6

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Measuring instruments corrected and reported that the rejection errors are as close as possible to zero.

Chapter 3. Measuring reservoirs

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Article 7

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Measuring reservoirs to the manner, Where the height of the liquid mirror is determined, it shall be distinguished in:

  • a. reservoirs, of which a gauge is divided into units of volume;

  • b. reservoirs, of which a gauge, broken down by units of length, is a part;

  • c. Reservoirs, equipped to determine the height of the liquid mirror, other than those using any of the reservoir forming part of the reservoir.


Article 8

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Of the measuring tanks intended in Article 7 (b)) and, to the extent that, when determining the amount of liquid present, a measuring instrument classified by units of length, of the measuring tanks, is intended to be used in accordance with the requirements of the The "#Hoofdstuk3_Artikel7"> article 7 (c) href= must have a certificate of measurement on the spot of the lineup.


Article 9

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Measuring reservoirs to their composition and method of compilation to be distinguished in:

  • a. reservoirs, which, except for minor defects, take the form of:

    • 1 °. a straight cylinder, the descriptive lines of which are vertical;

    • 2 °. A rectangular parallelpipedum, whose longest ribs are vertical;

    • 3 °. a cube, four ribs of which are vertical;

    • 4 °. globe;

  • b. reservoirs, which, except for minor defects, take the form of:

    • 1 °. a straight cylinder, the descriptive lines of which are horizontal;

    • 2 °. A rectangular parallelpipedum of which 4 ribs are, but not the longest, vertical;

  • c. Reservoirs other than those referred to in (a) and (b), provided the composition and the way of its arrangement to the discretion of a designated body to be sufficiently effective.


Article 10

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In a measurement reservoir, Heating elements, pipes and other auxiliary devices which are required for use in connection with the use, provided that they do not damage the proper functioning of the measuring reservoir.


Article 11

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A measurement reservoir is as necessary on The upper side equipped with a measurement orifice or, if the composition or arrangement of the measuring reservoir affects the accuracy of the measurement, from more measurement openings.


Article 12

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  • 1 In a measurement hole of a measuring reservoir, an attribute is affixed, which clearly indicates the measuring site for the height of the liquid mirror.

  • 2 The attribute may be omitted from the measuring tanks referred to in Article 7 (a) or (b), if the gauge is equipped with an attack referred to in Article 16, and the top of the measuring hole, shall be the measuring location for the height of the liquid mirror.


Article 13

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  • 1 In close proximity to a measurement hole of a measuring reservoir, the height of the point above the bottom, above the measurement plate, is referred to in Article 15, first Member, or on the bottom side of a gauge referred to in Article 15, second paragraph, clearly and unambiguly.

  • 2 The entry referred to in paragraph 1 shall be omitted if the measuring tank is fitted with a floating roof and the measuring hole is installed in that roof.


Article 14

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  • 1 In a measurement assembly of a measuring reservoir, a vertically placed and all height perforated gauge is applied to the height measurement, which is to be measured. fluid mirror can be easily and unambiguously executed.

  • 2 The gauge may be closed on the underside, In which case the perforation should start immediately above the bottom side.

  • 3 The probe should be omitted if the perforation is The measuring tank has a floating roof and the hole in that roof is fitted.

  • 4 The floor tube may be omitted if The accuracy of the measurement cannot be harmed.


Article 15

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  • 1 If the part of the bottom of a measuring reservoir that is perpendicular to a measurement hole is not horizontal or not substantially horizontal, it is horizontal in that place. Measuring plate of sufficient size.

  • 2 The measuring plate may be omitted if the measuring aperture is on the lower side of the measuring plate Closed gauge, or if the accuracy of the measurement is sufficient to be considered as satisfactory from the point of view of the device.


Article 16

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A gauge as referred to in Article 7 (a) or (b)may be provided with an attack that determines unequivocally its position in the measurement opening, for which it is intended.


Article 17

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  • 1 The measurement aperture of a measuring reservoir is so affixed, and a gauge as referred to in Article 7 (a) and (b) is executed in such a way that the The accuracy of the measurement shall not be affected.

  • 2 If more than one measurement hole has been installed in a measuring tank, these shall be Marks clearly distinguished by markers.


Article 18

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A scale of the distribution of a gauge referred to in Article 7 (a)has a length of at least 1 mm and a maximum length of 10 mm.


Article 19

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  • 1 A gauge as referred to in Article 7 (b) is divided into millimeters or in centimeters.

  • 2 Of a gauge as referred to in Article 7 (b) is the maximum allowable error from the zero point of the distribution to a arbitrary subline:

    • a. for the first conformity assessment: plus or minus 0,1 + 0,1L mm,

    • b. after the measuring reservoir is put into service, plus or minus 0,2 + 0,2L mm, where L represents the integer value indicating the nominal value of the height of a liquid mirror to be measured above.

  • 3 The maximum allowable error, specified in the second member, does not have to be less than

    • a. for the first conformity assessment: plus or minus 0,6 mm;

    • b. after deployment: plus or minus 1.2 mm.


Article 20

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The maximum allowable error of the indication of the amount measured is:

  • a. For the measuring tanks referred to in Article 9 (a):

    • 1 °, for the first conformity assessment: plus or minus 0,5%;

    • 2 °. after deployment: plus or minus 1.0%;

  • b. For the measuring tanks referred to in Article 9 (b) and (c):

    • 1 °, for the first conformity assessment: plus or minus 0,8%;

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      2 °. after deployment: plus or minus 1.0%.


Article 21

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The fixing of the smallest by means of a measuring tank to measure the quantity of the smallest difference in height of two liquid mirrors, which is also the smallest to measure height of a liquid level above the ground at the time of the determination by means of a measuring tank, One measurement of the fluid contained in the measuring reservoir shall be determined by a designated body.


Article 22

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The volume of the bottom Part of a measuring tank shall be determined volumetric by inlet of water or of the product to which the measuring reservoir is intended.


Article 23

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To a measurement reservoir, that is The installation of a measuring instrument, designed to measure the level of the liquid level in a reservoir of measurement, shall be fitted with devices capable of providing adequate accurate control measurements of the size of the test tank.


Article 24

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  • 1 On a measurement reservoir, either directly or on a plate, which is fixed with the measurement reservoir, stated:

    • a. 'MEASUREMENT RESERVOIR';

    • B. a number, which distinguts the measuring reservoir of other measuring tanks;

    • c. the smallest quantity to be measured by means of the measuring tank, or the smallest difference measured in height of two Liquid mirrors, which are also the smallest measuring height of a liquid mirror above the bottom when determining by means of a single measurement of the liquid present in the measuring reservoir;

    • d. in those cases where, under the terms of Article 8 of the measuring reservoir, a certificate of measurement is part: the number of that certificate.

  • 2 The entry referred to in paragraph 1 (c) shall not be omitted if the measuring tank is set up solely for the purposes of determining the complete content.


Article 25

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On a gauge as specified in article 7, under a or b, is listed:

  • a. the number of the measuring reservoir of which he is a part;

  • b. In case the measuring tank is fitted with more measurements: if necessary, an indication of the measuring orifice, where the gauge belongs.


Article 26

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  • 1 The certificate of measurement, referred to in article 8, states:

    • a. the number of the measuring reservoir;

    • b. the name of the owner and the location of the measuring tank's arrangement;

    • c. the smallest quantity to be measured by means of the measuring tank, or the smallest difference to be measured in height of two Liquid mirrors, which are also the smallest measuring height of a liquid mirror above the bottom when determining by means of a single measurement of the liquid present in the measuring reservoir;

    • d. the constructive and measurement features of the measuring reservoir, which are relevant to the measurement of any importance;

    • e. a table or tables showing the relationship between the amounts of liquid contained in the measuring reservoir and the levels of the levels of the liquid;

    • f. If the measuring reservoir is fitted with more measurement gaps: the relationship between the levels of the liquid mirrors mentioned in the tables referred to in point (e) and the levels of the liquid mirrors measured in each of the following: measuring orifices;

  • 2 The entry referred to in paragraph 1 (c) shall not be omitted if the measuring tank is exclusively designed to determine the complete content.


Article 27

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  • 1 The certificate of measurement bears a number, which distinguts it from other certificates of measurement.

  • 2 The certificate shall be authenticated by the person carrying out the examination, with the approval of the measuring reservoir, indicating the date on which the examination was carried out.

Chapter 4. Liquid altimeters

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§ 1. General technical requirements

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Article 28

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  • 1 In this chapter means:

    • a. Measurement-value-sensor: device which, whether or not contact with the liquid, absorbs the height of the liquid;

    • b. Orientation: Device indicating the measured height of the liquid;

    • c. distant indication: indication of the moving device separated from the measuring reservoir.

  • 2 In this chapter, the following definitions are included:

    • a. designating: printing;

    • b. Direction of indication: printing device;

    • c. designation: print;

    • d. reader unit: print unit.


Article 29

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A Liquid altimeter has been composed to change from:

  • a. The volumical mass of the liquid, the height of which is measured in the mirror, shall be complied with Article 59;

  • b. The temperature of the liquid altimeter and the supply voltage, if the liquid altimeter is electrically fed, shall be complied with Article 53.


Article 30

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The confirmation Of a liquid altimeter on a measuring reservoir to which that meter has been added, shall be such that the immutability of the measurement shall be ensured.


Article 31

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  • 1 A liquid altimeter takes a fixed position relative to the wall of the measurement reservoir.

  • 2 If there is a reason to do so, the liquid altimeter in the position referred to in paragraph 1 may be sealed in such a way that the liquid altimeter can be moved. of the liquid altimeter relative to the measuring tank is not possible without damaging the seal mark.


Article 32

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The measurement reservoir is equipped with a reference point, which has a fixed position in relation to the liquid altimeter and which can be used to carry out sufficiently accurate control measurements of the level of liquid at all times.


Article 33

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Confirmation of A liquid altimeter shall only be allowed to a guide line corresponding to the measuring reservoir for the measuring wire, measuring tape or electromagnetic waves, if that guide pipe is attached to the wall of the measuring tank and does not support any has fixed it with the roof or the bottom of the measuring reservoir.


Article 34

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The mechanism A liquid altimeter can be controlled by activating the moving parts of the liquid altimeter, which will put the measure transducer into motion.


Article 35

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Signeedle facilities, mechanisms to calculate quantity or price, to repeat prior indications and such, which facilitate the use of the liquid altimeter, have been allowed, as far as they have the correct operation of does not damage the meter.


§ 2. Special requirements for mounting directions

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Article 36

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A The indication shall be separated from the measuring value-purchaser, provided that special provisions ensure that there is an unambiguous determination of the measuring reservoir for the designation of the device.


Article 37

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  • 1 In a liquid altimeter can belong to multiple remote-ad-view devices.

  • 2 A distant addition can belong to multiple liquid altimeters, providing special features that are always unambiguated on which measuring reservoir the device is. designation of the device.


Article 38

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The value of the Reading unit cannot be greater than 1 mm.


Article 39

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  • 1 For a continuous prompt, the spacing between the distribution stripes is at least 1 mm.

  • 2 With a discontinuous prompt indication, the height of the digits of the prompts is not less than 4 mm.


Article 40

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If the The indication of the height of the measuring value-transducer shall be carried out in such a way as to make it unambiguated that the value of the measuring value-transducer can be placed above the liquid level in such a position, that it is clearly established that it is not the actual height of the liquid mirror appropriate.


Article 41

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  • 1 The mounting direction of a liquid altimeter is, if it could be erroneously identified as a result of a supply voltage failure, of a device which gives a clear indication of the error in the case of such a failure, either by blocking the indication or by an alarm signal.

  • 2 Far-prompt should not be established in the event of transmission or in the instrument itself, or contain a clear indication, that such a failure is occurred.


Article 42

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  • 1 A liquid altimeter has been prepared so that the altitudes of all levels of measurement in the measuring reservoir that are to be reasonably achievable measured, can be designated.

  • 2 If the maximum level position in the measuring reservoir is higher than the highest possible level Indication of the liquid altimeter, whether by blinding the designation, or by an alarm signal, is indicated that the clue may be wrong.

  • 3 If the minimum level position in the measuring tank is lower than the lowest possible indication of the liquid altimeter, either by the indication of the indication or by an alarm signal, indicated that the clue can be erroneous or should be identified as a minimum designation in the designation.


Article 43

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  • 1 If data can be manually inserted into a liquid altimeter data, the presentation of the parameter on the The 'H' symbol for the hand input or ' M' for manual input or a text that makes it clear that it is a manually entered parameter.

  • 2 At the presentation of a value, which is calculated using a manually entered parameter, is added on the direction entry the symbol 'B' for computing or ' C' for Calculated or a text that makes it clear that the value is calculated using a manually entered parameter.


Article 44

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  • 1 In close proximity to the prompt, a statement of the different symbols has been affixed or a communication showing how to statement can come.

    • 2 All manually entered parameters necessary to make a presentation of the calculated value come, are invocation.


    Article 45

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    If a The liquid altimeter is marked with a printing device, by way of derogation from Article 44 , on the printing paper:

    • a. a statement of the different symbols or a communication showing how to make a statement;

    • b. All manually entered parameters that are needed to make a presentation of the calculated value.


    Article 46

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    The articles 43, 44 , and 45 are not applicable, if parameters, that do not come from devices for the Recording, conversion and offering of measuring conditions not connected to the indication direction, and which determine the result of the quantity presented by the direction of the evidence, have been set or are to be opposed to changes protected by means of a seal.


    Article 47

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    If the is based on a historical measurement, it is made known by a symbol.


    Article 48

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    If the are intended to designate the height and the identification of other quantities or data, these quantities may only be designated after the operation of an operational act and must be determined after completion of the operation. Maximum 10 seconds will be replaced by the height of the height.


    Article 49

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    If a the common operation for multiple liquid altimeters and if one or more of those liquid altimeters are to be used for measurements not used for trading or charging of charges, The measurement results of those measurements are characterised in such a way as to make it clear that these results may not be used for the purposes of trading or the fixing of charges.


    § 3. Special rules for measure-value transducers

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    Article 50

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    • 1 In the direct vicinity of the measuring duct, used for accurate control measurements of the liquid height, a measure-sensor is available.

    • 2 For vertical, cylindrical measuring reservoirs, the measure transducer shall not be within a distance of 500 mm from the vertical, cylindrical gauge. reservoir wall are located.


    Article 51

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    A measuring value-transducer is located so that no mutual influence can take place with other measuring operations.


    Article 52

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    A measuring value-transducer is protected in such a way that the influence of turning columns, currents or eddies on the indication of the height of the liquid mirror is negligible, where for a measure transducer that makes contact directly with the liquid shall ensure correct vertical conduction of the measuring value-the sensor shall remain.


    § 4. Metrological requirements

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    Article 53

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    • 1 The maximum allowable error of the measured height designation is:

      • a. for the first conformity assessment: plus or minus ((0,1 + 0,1L) + 2) mm,

      • b. after placing in service: plus or minus ((0,2 + 0,2L) + 2) mm, where L represents the integer value indicating the nominal value of the measured height above rounded to the height in metres.

  • 2 The maximum allowable error, specified in the first member, does not need to be smaller than:

    • a. for the first conformity assessment: plus or minus 2.6 mm;

    • b. after deployment: plus or minus 3.2 mm.


Article 54

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  • 1 As a requirement of sensitivity of a liquid altimeter, that change of the height of a 2.6-mm liquid mirror is a change in The indication of that height of at least 1 mm is caused.

  • 2 If the sensitivity of a liquid altimeter depends on is of the volumical mass of the liquid from which the height is measured, that volumical mass shall not be less than 500 kg/m3 assumed.

Article 55

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The maximum Permissible error of difference between two measured altitudes, where a measure-value transducer has bridged the height difference in one direction, is equal to the maximum permissible error according to article 53.


Article 56

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At a time when the Two or more inducers of liquid altimeter with two or more indication of the same liquid form by two of those devices shall not differ from one unit of unit reading unit at any one time, at random. Orientation, the one that is compared to the largest single-reader unit.


Article 57

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If the The direction of movement of a measuring value transducer which makes direct contact with the liquid changes shall not be more different than 1 mm from the indications of the height of the same liquid mirror.


Article 58

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If the The direction of propagation of the electromagnetic waves to the liquid surface shall be interrupted, the indication of the height of the same liquid form before and after the interruption shall not be more than 1 mm apart.


Article 59

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If the Volumical mass of the liquid is between 600 kg/m3 and 1000 kg/m3, the change from the volumical mass of 1000 kg/m3 to 600 kg/m3 may no longer affect the influence of the liquid have on the indication of a liquid altimeter that makes contact directly with the liquid than 2.6 mm.


Article 60

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If the Volumical mass of the liquid outside the limits specified in Article 59is subject to the acceptance of the model of the limits within which the use of the liquid altimeter is permitted. It has been established that the change of the volumical mass from the upper limit to the lower limit does not have a greater influence on the indication of a liquid altimeter that makes contact directly with the liquid than 2.6 mm.


Article 61

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At a time when the Change in the temperature of a liquid altimeter and of the wall of the measuring reservoir on which the liquid altimeter is placed from 10 ° C shall not exceed the maximum permissible error of 10 ° C in accordance with the requirements of the href= "#Hoofdstuk4_Paragraaf4_Artikel53"> article 53, first paragraph, point a.


Article 62

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  • 1 If the propagation speed of the electromagnetic waves is affected by the vapour composition, a change of the amount of vapour composition or vapour concentration in the empty space of the measuring reservoir where the liquid altimeter is placed the change of the designation does not exceed 1,6 mm × (reference height-L) /reference height, where L is represents a whole number representing the rated value of the measured height above rounded up and the reference height equal to the value referred to in Article 63 (e).

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  • 2 The reference height and the L value will be displayed in equal units.


  • § 5. Inscriptions

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    Article 63

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    On each Liquid altimeter shall be indicated either directly or on a plate, which shall be fixed with the liquid altimeter:

    • a. the name and place of residence of the person who manufactured the liquid altimeter or his factory mark;

    • b. the year in which the height-meter is manufactured and the factory number;

    • c. the number of the declaration of authorisation concerned;

    • d. the identification of the measuring reservoir on which the liquid altimeter has been confirmed;

    • e. The inscription 'the zero point of the liquid altimeter is ... mm below the reference point';

    • f. any other indication deemed necessary by the designated authority to determine the composition or functioning of the liquid altimeter, as indicated in the declaration of admission.


    Article 64

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    If one or More distant-proximity directions in a liquid altimeter is at or in the immediate vicinity of each of those devices a plate bearing:

    • a. the identification number of the establishment;

    • b. An identification of the measuring reservoir to which the designation refers.


    Article 65

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    • 1 If a distant addition is associated with multiple liquid altimeters, it is at or near that device's immediate proximity to the plate, which are listed:

      • a. the identification number of the establishment;

      • b. with the marking 'The marking shall refer to the indication of the height of the liquid in the measuring tanks with numbers ...'.

      • 2 The plate referred to in paragraph 1 may be omitted if otherwise unequivocally indicated if the designated measure is already or not obtained using approved liquid altimeters or measuring reservoirs.


      Article 66

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      • 1 If two or more distant addition devices belonging to two or more liquid altimeters are accommodated together in a single enclosure, Article 64 applies to each device separately.

      • 2 In the immediate Proximity of the far-off direction may also be marked with the marking 'The marking shall refer to the indication of the height of the liquid in the measuring tanks with numbers ...'.


      Article 67

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      Indirections as Referred to in Article 35, which, at the request of the applicant, shall not be included in the verification, and not approved mounting directions shall be labelled 'uncalibrated auxiliary device'.


      Article 68

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      If the Measurement properties of a liquid altimeter do not allow the use outside specified measurement limits, or if other uses are required in use, the liquid altimeter and any remote indication direction applied to the liquid altimeter shall bear the use of the liquid altimeter. can be attached a title showing that restricted destination.


      § 6. Highlighting

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      Article 69

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      • 1 In case of a liquid altimeter housing the devices in one housing, is on the enclosure, in the vicinity of the inscriptions, A clearly visible feature for affixing the marking.

      • 2 If inscriptions on a separate record, the marking shall be affixed so that removal of the inscription plate is not possible without damaging the marking.


      Article 70

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      • 1 In the case of a liquid altimeter, one or more devices have been separated, a stamp mark shall be affixed to each individual established device.

      • 2 In the case of a far-off indication, the seal mark shall be so affixed, that removal or Change of the inscriptions mentioned in that device is not possible without damaging the seal mark.


      Article 71

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      If a The measure that is measured in a separate enclosure, shall be marked as specified in Article 69.


      § 7. Special provisions for liquid altimeters with electronic components

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      Article 72

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      In this section verstaan

    • a. 'Electronic device' means a liquid altimeter, which is equipped with electronic components and can be tested separately for the purposes of this chapter, or as part of a liquid altimeter;

    • b. function correctly: a function that does not exceed the maximum permissible errors that apply to the initial conformity assessment.


    Article 73

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    Article 74

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    • 1 During a trial, in principle, only one influence factor is varied, with each other factor of influence being at face value

    • 2 During the test, the electronic device is normally in operation.


    Article 75

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    The exposure Environmental conditions of electronic devices, prepared in enclosed space, with or without temperature and humidity control, consist of:

    • a. a stable ambient temperature of 40 ° C and a relative humidity of 38% for 2 hours;

    • b. a stable ambient temperature of 5 ° C for 2 hours.


    Article 76

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    • 1 The exposure to ambient conditions of electronic devices, which are prepared in the free atmosphere, consists of:

      • a. a stable ambient temperature of +55 ° C and a relative humidity of 19 per cent for 2 hours;

      • b. a stable ambient temperature of -25 ° C for 2 hours;

      • c. a stable ambient temperature of 40 ° C and a relative humidity of 93% for a period of 4 days;

      • d. Positioning of the electronic device in a room with a temperature of 25 ° C ± 3 ° C and a relative humidity of at least 95%, followed by two 24-hour cycles, in which:

        • 1 °. in 3 hours ± 30 minutes the temperature is increased to 55 ° C, with the relative humidity maintained at at least 95%, except for the last 15 minutes, with the relative humidity at least 93% The temperature of 55 ° C ± 2 ° C shall be maintained for up to 12 hours ± 30 minutes after the start of the cycle at a relative humidity of 93% ± 3%;

        • 3 °. in 3 hours ± 30 minutes the temperature is reduced to 25 ° C ± 3 ° C, the relative humidity being at least 95%;

        • 4 °. The temperature of 25 ° C ± 3 ° C shall be maintained at a relative humidity of At least 95%, until the 24-hour cycle is completed.

    • 2 The air humidity is regulated so that the cycle is Condensation is still possible.


    Article 77

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    The Ambient temperatures, referred to in Articles 75 and 76, are considered stable if:

    • a. the difference between the maximum and the lowest temperature occurring during exposure does not exceed 5 ° C, and

    • b. The change in temperature during exposure does not exceed 1 ° C/min.


    Article 78

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    The exposure Environmental conditions of electronic devices shall consist of:

    • a. a supply voltage, varying between -15% and +10% of rated supply voltage;

    • b. 10 interruptions and reductions of the supply voltage, where, assuming a power frequency of 50 Hz and a nominal voltage with an effective value of 230 V, the amplitude is reduced to:

      • 1 °. 0 V for a half time period,

      • 2 °. 115 V (50%) for one period, where the time interval between two interruptions is not less than 10 seconds;

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        c. pulse-shaped net contamination, in which the supply voltage superpunts a burst, which meets the specifications below, whether in common mode or in differential mode:

        • -peak value (V): 1000

        • -rise time (ns): 5

        • -duration-half-peak (ns): 50tijdsduur

        • -total burst length (ms): 15

        • -retry interval (ms): 300,

        • -where in each mode, at least 10 positive and 10 negative voltage peaks are used affixed;

      • d. at least 10 discharges using the electronic device, which shall be established, after a capacity of 150 pF is charged up to 8 kV by a DC voltage source, by unloading the capacity with an electrostatic charge of 1,2 μC by a Connecting to the grounded chassis and the other connecting through a resistance of 150 Ω to a plane of the electronic device, where the time interval between two successive discharges is not less than 10 seconds, with It is understood that electronic devices not carried out with a earthed chassis shall be placed on a grounded plate, which shall extend at least 0,1 m on all sides of the device;

      • e. a field strength of 10 V/m, 50% AM-modulated with a block wave having a frequency of 1 kHz, being applied in the frequency range from 0,1 MHz to 1 GHz, at least 1 m of the horizontal from the electronic device Exposed external cabling during the test to the field is exposed.


      Article 79

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      • 1 If a liquid altimeter is equipped with control facilities, the current operation and proper operation of these facilities can be used. shall be determined.

      • 2 If no significant errors occur when the liquid altimeter is exposed to disturbances, it is the first member does not apply.


      Article 80

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      Key to the Requirements of this paragraph shall be made with respect to a liquid altimeter, such as shall be in the utility situation or is constituted, unless the dimensions or configuration of the metre of emergency matter to the examination of individual liquid electronic devices.

      Chapter 5. Discontinuous fuel meter

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      Article 81

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      This chapter means in the measuring chamber: for the measurement-serving area of a discontinuous fuel meter, which is distributed using stripes, overruns, off-pipes or other boundaries in one or more volume parts.


      Article 82

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      The parts that make the boundary A measuring chamber of a discontinuous fuel gauge shall be connected or fitted with seals to prevent the disassembly of those parts from each other. The provisions of the first sentence shall not apply if the characteristics of the product for which the discontinuous fuel meter is intended are to be taken apart from the parts.


      Article 83

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      The discontinuous fuel meters Of which the cuts must be carried out on a permanent basis, are constructed in such a way that incorrect or incomplete measurements are excluded from the various parts, or by such instructions, and kenmerkenArticle 84 Compare versions Opslaan Relations (...) (External Link) Permanent link

      The discontinuous fuel meters in respect of which the arrangement in which it is to be used does not appear clearly from the composition, if that arrangement is of interest to a correct measurement, it shall be provided with an establishment clearly indicating that arrangement.


      Article 85

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      Telworks, safety devices, retreads, justers and other auxiliary devices facilitating the use of a discontinuous fuel meter shall be authorised provided that they do not adversely affect the correct functioning of the meter and do not give rise to the operation of the device. could be misinterpreted and misinterpreted.


      Article 86

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      A fair setting is provided from a sealant device.


      Article 87

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      • 1 On an important part of the discontinuous fuel meter, it is a feature that is visible to an outside position to apply the marking.


      Article 88

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      • 1 Refers may be run by both the lead and tongs.

      • 2 Refers are adequately protected against accidental breakage.

      • 3 Sealing devices are easily accessible and executed in such a way that the seal mark can be applied.


      Article 89

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      A discontinuous fuel gauge which bears a valid marking, is marked with a stamp mark affixed to the sealing device of the jute establishment and, if necessary, to the seals of the components specified in Article 85.


      Article 90

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      • 11 Kranen, valves, scrolling, pistons, and other shutdown devices or conversion devices are executed and closed so as not to hurt the accuracy of the measurement. being.

      • 2 Streps, defecation, peilglasses and other settings and rereading devices for determining or designating a border area of the For the measurement serving space and the size of such a boundary plane, no uncertainty of any meaning in relation to the maximum permissible errors shall be taken into account in the measurement.


      Article 91

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      Liquid mirrors at the height of The individual partial stripes can be set parallaxis and are read. If necessary, the discontinuous fuel meter is provided with tools.


      Article 92

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      The form and layout of the Discontinuous fuel meters and the power supply lines shall ensure the full supply of the measured quantity and the complete delivery of the measured quantity. Viewing glasses shall be fitted to them if necessary.


      Article 93

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      The parts to be used for the Complete and unchangeable shall be unchangeable and so made that the measurements are reliable and clear and do not differ from any meaning in relation to the maximum permissible errors in the case of cropping.


      Article 94

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      Switchingdevices are Constructed and installed in such a way that it can only track the liquid when measuring or switching from which a correct measurement is ensured.


      Article 95

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      The discontinuous fuel meters Where the measuring area on the top and bottom is bordered by a locking device, a special device shall be provided to ensure that the discharge line can be opened first after full filling of the metering area; and First can be closed after full emptying.


      Article 96

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      If the underside of the With space being bounded by a shut-off device, the bottom and, if appropriate, the drain pipe shall at least be the following gradient:

      • a. In the case of fixed discontinuous fuel meters: in the ratio of 1:10;

      • b. On unsteady discontinuous fuel gauges, in the ratio of 1:5.


      Article 97

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      Retreadation devices are performed in such a way that results in a measurement error which is significantly less than the maximum permissible error, is not possible or can easily be determined.


      Article 98

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      The discontinuous fuel meters have been arranged so that the correct operation of built-in discontinuous fuel meters is not damaged and they can be easily examined.


      Article 99

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      At the discontinue fuel meters intended for the measurement of different fuels used for varying mixing ratios, these fuels may be mixed with one another only to a small extent when changing the mixture ratio.


      Article 100

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      • 1 The discontinuous fuel meters are arranged in such a way that no air or gases can be carried forward in the delivery. Where necessary, the meters shall be equipped with a discharge or discharge device with the help of a proper disposal of non-absorbed, airborne or gaseous fumes.

      • 2 The vent or deignition devices are so arranged that the error caused by the air or gases taken is significantly smaller than the one that has been used to reduce the amount of the air or gas. than the maximum allowable errors.


      Article 101

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      • 1 In the initial conformity assessment, the maximum allowable errors in plus or min for the quantities below are:

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        quantity in liters

        Maximum allows

        bare errors

        > 1.0

        1.0 to 0.5

        0.5%

        5 cm3

        0.5 to 0.2

        1.0%

        0.2 to 0,1

        2 cm3

        0.1 to 0.05

        2,0%

        0.05 to 0,025

        1 cm3

        ≤ 0,025

        4.0%

    • 2 Upon placing in service, the maximum allowable errors are the double of the values determined in the first member.


    Article 102

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    • 1 By way of derogation from Article 101 , amounts to the first conformity assessment of discontinuous fuel meters that are solely equipped to deliver a quantity of liquid after insertion of one or more cash or tokens and where the measurement by a human act cannot be applied to it, the maximum permissible errors of the following: Quantities:

      Quantity in liters

      Maximum allowable errors

       

      from

      to

      > 1.0

      -1.5%

      + 0.5%

      1.0 to 0.5

      -15 cm3

      + 5 cm3

      0.5 to 0.2

      -3.0%

      + 1.0%

      0.2 to 0.1

      -6 cm 3

      + 2 cm3

      0.1 to 0.05

      -6.0%

      + 2.0%

      0.05 to 0.025

      -3 cm3

      + 1 cm3

      ≤ 0,025

      -12.0%

      + 4.0%

    • 2 Upon placing in service of the discontinuous fuel meters referred to in the first paragraph, the maximum permissible errors are The following quantities:

      Quantity in liters

      Maximum permissible errors

       

      from

      to

      > 1.0

      -2.0%

      + 1.0%

      1.0 to 0.5

      -20 cm3

      +10 cm3

      0.5 to 0.2

      -4.0%

      + 2.0%

      0.2 to 0.1

      -8 cm 3

      + 4 cm3

      0,1 to 0,05

      -8,0%

      + 4.0%

      0.05 to 0.025

      4 cm3

      + 2 cm3

      ≤ 0,025

      -16.0%

      + 8,0%


    Article 103

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    On each discontinuous fuel meter is either directly or on a plate that is connected to the measuring tool, stated:

    • a. the name and address of the person who has manufactured the discontinuous fuel meter or its factory mark;

    • b. the year in which the discontinuous fuel meter is manufactured and the factory number;

    • c. the number of the declaration of authorisation concerned;

    • d. any other indication deemed necessary by the designated authority to determine the composition or operation of the discontinuous fuel gauge, as indicated in the declaration of authorisation.

    Chapter 6. Closing provisions

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    Article 104

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    This arrangement will enter into force with effect from 1 February 2007.


    Article 104a

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    This arrangement relies on the articles 8, 11 , and 14, first and third member, of the Decision measuring instruments and market participants.


    Article 105

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    This arrangement is cited Arrangement measuring tanks, liquid altimeters and discontinuous fuel meters.

    This arrangement will be placed in the State Official Gazette.

    The Hague, 22 January 2007

    The

    Minister

    of Economic Affairs,

    J.G. Wine