EI 1585 Guidance in the cleaning of aviation fuel hydrant systems at airports

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  • Published: August 2013
  • REF/ISBN: 9780852936641
  • Edition: 3rd
  • Status: New

This publication has been superseded by EI 1560 second edition and has been withdrawn. To purchase EI 1560, please click this link.

This publication has been prepared by the Energy Institute’s (EI) Aviation Committee. It is intended to give operators of airport fuel hydrant systems guidance in:

(a) determining the state of cleanliness of existing hydrant systems and possible causes of contamination, and
(b) methods of cleaning hydrant systems that are showing signs of contamination with particulate material, water and microbiological material.

A fuel hydrant system is a custom designed item and is very site-specific. No one set of conditions can be applied to all systems. Users of this publication should amend the guidance given to suit local conditions. Local and regional law and regulations should also be reviewed with respect to specific circumstances.

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