Rubber hoses and hose assemblies for aircraft ground fuelling and defuelling - Specification (ISO 1825:2010)

ISO 1825:2010 specifies the dimensions and construction of, and requirements for, four types of hose and hose assembly for use in all operations associated with the ground fuelling and defuelling of aircraft.
All four types are designed for
use with petroleum fuels having an aromatic-hydrocarbon content not exceeding 30 % by volume;
operation within the temperature range of -30 °C to +65 °C and such that they will be undamaged by climatic conditions of -40 °C to +70 °C when stored in static conditions;
operation at up to 2,0 MPa (20 bar) maximum working pressure, including surges of pressure which the hose can be subjected to in service.

Gummischläuche und -schlauchleitungen für die Bodenbetankung und Entleerung von Flugzeugen - Anforderungen (ISO 1825:2010)

Diese Internationale Norm legt die Maße, den Aufbau und die Anforderungen an vier Typen von Schläuchen und Schlauchleitungen fest, die bei allen Arbeiten in Zusammenhang mit der Bodenbetankung und Entleerung von Flugzeugen verwendet werden.
Alle vier Typen sind bestimmt für:
a)   die Verwendung mit Kraftstoffen auf Mineralöl-Basis mit einem Volumenanteil an aromatischen Kohlen-wasser¬stoffen, der 30 % nicht übersteigt;
b)   den Betrieb im Temperaturbereich von 30 °C bis 65 °C, so dass sie bei ruhiger Lagerung bei Klima-bedin¬gungen von 40 °C bis 70 °C unbeschädigt bleiben.
c)   den Betrieb bei einem maximalen Betriebsdruck bis 2,0 MPa (20 bar) einschließlich Druckspitzen, denen der Schlauch während des Einsatzes ausgesetzt sein kann.
ANMERKUNG 1   Schläuche vom Typ C sind für die Anwendung bei üblichem Druck an allen Fahrzeugen zur Flug-zeug¬betankung vorgesehen. Sie können auch zum Füllen und Entleeren von Fahrzeugen/Eisenbahnwagen verwendet werden, wenn kein übermäßiges Vakuum auftritt.
ANMERKUNG 2   Schläuche vom Typ F können zur Flugzeugbetankung durch Fahrzeuge verwendet werden, die auch zur Entleerung bei hohen Fließgeschwindigkeiten dienen, wofür Schläuche vom Typ C nicht geeignet sind.
ANMERKUNG 3   Schläuche vom Typ E und Typ F können auch zum Füllen und Entleeren von Fahrzeugen/Eisen-bahn¬wagen, zur Übergabe vom Anhänger zum Zugfahrzeug und zur Versorgung von Hebebühnen (Steigleitungen) verwendet werden, um einen größeren Knickwiderstand zu haben.

Tuyaux et flexibles en caoutchouc pour le ravitaillement carburant et la vidange des avions au sol - Spécifications (ISO 1825:2010)

L'ISO 1825:2010 spécifie les dimensions, la construction et les exigences pour quatre types de tuyaux et de flexibles destinés à être utilisés pour toutes les opérations de chargement et déchargement de carburant des avions au sol.
Les quatre types sont conçus pour
être utilisés avec des carburants à base de pétrole dont la teneur en hydrocarbures aromatiques ne dépasse pas 30 % en volume;
fonctionner dans une plage de température de -30 °C à +65 °C et être stockés sans dommage dans des conditions climatiques de -40 °C à +70 °C, en position statique;
fonctionner jusqu'à une pression maximale de service de 20 MPa (20 bar), y compris les surpressions subies en service.

Gumene cevi in cevni priključki za pretakanje in praznjenje goriv letal na tleh - Specifikacija (ISO 1825:2010)

Ta mednarodni standard določa mere in konstrukcijo ter zahteve za štiri tipe cevi in cevnih priključkov za uporabo pri vseh operacijah, povezanih s pretakanjem in praznjenjem goriv letal na tleh. Vsi štirje tipi so namenjeni za a) uporabo z naftnimi gorivi z vsebnostjo aromatskih ogljikovodikov, ki ne presega 30 volumskih odstotkov; b) obratovanje v temperaturnem razponu med -30 °C in +65 °C in ostanejo nepoškodovani v klimatskih pogojih med -40 °C in +70 °C, če so skladiščeni v statičnem stanju; c) obratovanje pri maksimalnem delovnem tlaku 2,0 MPa (20 bar), vključno s sunki tlaka, ki jim je cev lahko izpostavljena med delovanjem.

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Publication Date
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Withdrawal Date
19-Dec-2017
Current Stage
9960 - Withdrawal effective - Withdrawal
Completion Date
20-Dec-2017

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Rubber hoses and hose assemblies for aircraft ground fuelling and defuelling -
Specification (ISO 1825:2010)
Gummischläuche und -schlauchleitungen für die Bodenbetankung und Entleerung von
Flugzeugen - Anforderungen (ISO 1825:2010)

Tuyaux et flexibles en caoutchouc pour le ravitaillement carburant et la vidange des

avions au sol - Spécifications (ISO 1825:2010)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN ISO 1825:2011
ICS:
49.100 Oprema za servis in Ground service and
vzdrževanje na tleh maintenance equipment
83.140.40 Gumene cevi Hoses
SIST EN ISO 1825:2012 en,fr,de

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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EN ISO 1825
NORME EUROPÉENNE
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
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ICS 83.140.40; 49.100 Supersedes EN 1361:2004
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Rubber hoses and hose assemblies for aircraft ground fuelling
and defuelling - Specification (ISO 1825:2010)

Tuyaux et flexibles en caoutchouc pour le ravitaillement Gummischläuche und -schlauchleitungen für die

carburant et la vidange des avions au sol - Spécifications Bodenbetankung und Entleerung von Flugzeugen -

(ISO 1825:2010) Anforderungen (ISO 1825:2010)
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Foreword ..............................................................................................................................................................3

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Foreword

The text of ISO 1825:2010 has been prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 45 “Rubber and rubber

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INTERNATIONAL ISO
STANDARD 1825
Third edition
2010-03-15
Rubber hoses and hose assemblies for
aircraft ground fuelling and defuelling —
Specification
Tuyaux et flexibles en caoutchouc pour le ravitaillement carburant et la
vidange des avions au sol — Spécifications
Reference number
ISO 1825:2010(E)
ISO 2010
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Contents Page

Foreword ............................................................................................................................................................iv

Introduction.........................................................................................................................................................v

1 Scope......................................................................................................................................................1

2 Normative references............................................................................................................................1

3 Terms and definitions ...........................................................................................................................2

4 Classification .........................................................................................................................................3

5 Service reeling diameter.......................................................................................................................3

6 Materials and construction...................................................................................................................3

7 Dimensions and tolerances..................................................................................................................4

8 Physical properties ...............................................................................................................................5

9 Electrical properties ..............................................................................................................................7

10 Frequency of testing .............................................................................................................................8

11 Marking...................................................................................................................................................8

12 Test certificate/report............................................................................................................................9

13 Cleanliness.............................................................................................................................................9

14 Protection for dispatch and storage....................................................................................................9

Annex A (normative) Method for determination of fuel-soluble matter ......................................................10

Annex B (normative) Method of test for cold embrittlement........................................................................11

Annex C (normative) Method for determination of adhesion between components.................................12

Annex D (normative) Method for determination of resistance to fuel contamination ...............................13

Annex E (normative) Method of test for flexibility at 20 °C ..........................................................................14

Annex F (normative) Method of test for flexibility at −30 °C.........................................................................15

Annex G (normative) Method of test for crush recovery ..............................................................................16

Annex H (normative) Method for determination of cyclic kinking resistance ............................................17

Annex I (normative) Flammability test............................................................................................................18

Annex J (normative) Hydrostatic tests ...........................................................................................................20

Annex K (normative) Method of test for vacuum resistance........................................................................21

Annex L (normative) Method of test for security of attachment of couplings ...........................................22

Annex M (normative) Type testing and routine testing ................................................................................23

Annex N (informative) Recommended tests for production acceptance testing .......................................24

Annex O (informative) Recommended practice for hose flushing and handling.......................................25

Bibliography......................................................................................................................................................27

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Foreword

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rights. ISO shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights.

ISO 1825 was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 45, Rubber and rubber products, Subcommittee

SC 1, Hoses (rubber and plastics).

This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition (ISO 1825:1996), which has been technically

revised (for details, see the Introduction).
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Introduction

This specification has been updated to bring it into line with the two most common specifications used for this

product in the field, EN 1361:2004 and API 1529, 6th edition. As the 1996 edition of ISO 1825 was closer to

EN 1361, EN 1361 was used as the basis for redrafting. Where possible, an attempt has been made to align

all three specifications. As a result of this, the following changes have been made to the specification:

a) type A (hoses without any special electrical properties) has been eliminated;

b) type D (hoses with a conductive cover but without a low-extraction tube compound) has been eliminated;

c) there are now four hose types (all with a low-extraction tube);
d) a hose flammability test has been introduced;
e) a cyclic kinking test has been introduced;
f) a flex test at −30 °C has been introduced;

g) the flexibility at room temperature test is carried out at 20 °C as opposed to 23 °C originally.

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INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ISO 1825:2010(E)
Rubber hoses and hose assemblies for aircraft ground fuelling
and defuelling — Specification
1 Scope

This International Standard specifies the dimensions and construction of, and requirements for, four types of

hose and hose assembly for use in all operations associated with the ground fuelling and defuelling of aircraft.

All four types are designed for

a) use with petroleum fuels having an aromatic-hydrocarbon content not exceeding 30 % by volume;

b) operation within the temperature range of −30 °C to +65 °C and such that they will be undamaged by

climatic conditions of −40 °C to +70 °C when stored in static conditions;

c) operation at up to 2,0 MPa (20 bar) maximum working pressure, including surges of pressure which the

hose can be subjected to in service.

NOTE 1 Type C hoses are intended for general pressure applications on all vehicles used for plane fuelling. They can

also be used for vehicle/rail car loading and discharge where excessive vacuum does not occur.

NOTE 2 Type F hoses can be used for plane delivery applications on vehicles that are also used for defuelling at high

flow rates where type C hoses are not suitable.

NOTE 3 Type E and F hoses can also be used for vehicle/rail car loading and discharge, for trailer to fueller transfer

and for elevation platform supply (riser) to provide greater kink resistance.
2 Normative references

The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated

references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced

document (including any amendments) applies.

ISO 37, Rubber, vulcanized or thermoplastic — Determination of tensile stress-strain properties

ISO 188, Rubber, vulcanized or thermoplastic — Accelerated ageing and heat resistance tests

ISO 1382, Rubber — Vocabulary
ISO 1402, Rubber and plastics hoses and hose assemblies — Hydrostatic testing
ISO 1817:2005, Rubber, vulcanized — Determination of the effect of liquids
ISO 2230, Rubber products — Guidelines for storage

ISO 4649:2002, Rubber, vulcanized or thermoplastic — Determination of abrasion resistance using a rotating

cylindrical drum device
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ISO 4671, Rubber and plastics hoses and hose assemblies — Methods of measurement of the dimensions of

hoses and the lengths of hose assemblies

ISO 4672:1997, Rubber and plastics hoses — Sub-ambient temperature flexibility tests

ISO 6246, Petroleum products — Gum content of light and middle distillate fuels — Jet evaporation method

ISO 7326, Rubber and plastics hoses — Assessment of ozone resistance under static conditions

ISO 7989-1, Steel wire and wire products — Non-ferrous metallic coatings on steel wire — Part 1: General

principles

ISO 7989-2, Steel wire and wire products — Non-ferrous metallic coatings on steel wire — Part 2: Zinc or

zinc-alloy coating

ISO 8031, Rubber and plastics hoses and hose assemblies — Determination of electrical resistance and

conductivity

ISO 8033, Rubber and plastics hoses — Determination of adhesion between components

ISO 8330, Rubber and plastics hoses and hose assemblies — Vocabulary
3 Terms and definitions

For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in ISO 1382 and ISO 8330 and the

following apply.
3.1
hose assembly
hose with either permanent or reusable end fittings attached
3.2
electrically bonded hose/hose assembly

hose/hose assembly that uses a metallic wire connection to conduct static electricity

3.3
electrically conductive hose/hose assembly

hose/hose assembly that is capable of conducting static electrical charges, using a conductive rubber layer,

without the use of a metallic wire
1) Under revision as ISO 10619-2.
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4 Classification

Hoses for this application are classified into four types and two grades according to their construction and

electrical properties.
Type Grade Construction

B M Electrically bonded, incorporating at least two low-resistance electrically conductive

wires and a conductive cover compound.
C Electrically conductive, incorporating a conductive cover compound.

E M Electrically bonded, incorporating at least one metallic wire helix, at least two low-

resistance electrically conductive wires and a conductive cover compound. Has an
enhanced defuelling capability.

F Electrically conductive, incorporating at least one non-electrically conductive non-

metallic helix and a conductive cover compound.
5 Service reeling diameter

Hoses shall be designed for operation on equipment fitted with hose reels of the diameters given in Table 1.

NOTE These hoses remain substantially circular in cross-section when reeled on drums and should not be confused

with hoses of the collapsible type that are intended to be reeled flat.
Table 1 — Service reeling diameters
Minimum external diameter of
Nominal internal diameter
reeling drum used in service
of hose
19,0 225
25,0 300
31,5 375
38,0 450
50,0 550
63,0 600
76,0 600
100,0 900
101,5 900
6 Materials and construction
6.1 Hoses

If the hose is mandrel-built and vulcanized on a mandrel, particulate-type release agents shall not be used.

The hose shall be uniform in quality and be free from porosity, air holes, foreign inclusions and other defects

when inspected visually.
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The hose shall comprise the following components:
⎯ a lining of synthetic rubber resistant to petroleum fuel;

⎯ a reinforcement consisting of layers of woven, braided or spirally wound textile material;

⎯ an outer cover made of synthetic rubber which shall be conductive and resistant to abrasion, outdoor

exposure and petroleum fuel.

For type E and F hoses only, an embedded helix reinforcement shall be included in the construction. For

type E hoses, the wire reinforcement used shall be a hard steel and shall have a galvanized finish in

accordance with ISO 7989-1 and ISO 7989-2.

Types B and E shall also incorporate low-resistance electrically conductive wires to ensure that the hoses are

electrically conductive.
The cover may have a shallow cloth-marked finish.
6.2 Hose assemblies

In order to produce the required electrical properties, the method of attachment of the couplings shall be in

accordance with Clause 9.
7 Dimensions and tolerances
7.1 Internal diameter

When measured in accordance with the most appropriate method in ISO 4671, the internal diameter shall lie

within the tolerance limits specified in Table 2.
Table 2 — Internal diameters and tolerances
Internal diameter Tolerance limits
mm mm
19,0 ± 0,8
25,0
± 0,8
31,5 ± 0,8
38,0 ± 0,8
50,0 ± 1,2
63,0 ± 1,2
76,0
± 1,2
100,0 ± 1,6
101,5 ± 1,6
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7.2 Thickness

When measured in accordance with the most appropriate method in ISO 4671, the thickness of the lining shall

be not less than 1,6 mm.

When measured in accordance with the most appropriate method in ISO 4671, the thickness of the cover shall

be not less than 1,6 mm for hoses of nominal bore less than 50 and not less than 2,0 mm for hoses of nominal

bore 50 and greater.
7.3 Concentricity

When determined in accordance with the most appropriate method in ISO 4671, the concentricity, based on a

total indicator reading between the bore and the outside surface of the cover, shall be no greater than 1,0 mm.

7.4 Tolerances on length
The tolerances on the measured length shall be ± 1 % of the specified length.
7.5 Mass per unit length of hose
The maximum mass per unit length shall be as given in Table 3.
Table 3 — Mass per unit length of hose
Maximum mass per unit length of hose
Nominal internal diameter
Types B and C Types E and F
kg/m kg/m
19,0 0,9 1,1
25,0 1,1 1,5
31,5 1,4 1,9
38,0 1,7 2,2
50,0 2,7 3,0
63,0 3,5 4,0
76,0 4,0 4,7
100,0 6,5 7,5
101,5 6,5 7,5
8 Physical properties
8.1 Rubber compounds

The physical properties of the rubber compounds used for the lining and cover shall comply with the values

given in Table 4, when tested by the methods listed in Table 4. Tests shall be carried out on test pieces or test

samples taken either from the hose or from separately vulcanized sheets, except for the cold embrittlement

and abrasion resistance tests which shall be carried out on moulded test pieces vulcanized to the same state

as the hose. The tests which shall be carried out for type testing and routine testing are given in Annex M. The

tests recommended for production acceptance testing are given in Annex N.
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Table 4 — Requirements for rubber compounds
Requirement
Property Unit Method of test
Lining Cover
Tensile strength, min. MPa 7,0 7,0 ISO 37
(dumb-bell test pieces)
Elongation at break, min. % 250 300 ISO 37
(dumb-bell test pieces)
Change in volume (swelling) in fuel, max. % 50 75 7.3 of ISO 1817:2005
(48 h at 40 °C in liquid B)
Fuel-soluble matter, max. % 4,0 Not applicable Annex A
Cold embrittlement No cracking No cracking Annex B
Abrasion resistance, max. mm Not applicable 140 Method A of ISO 4649:2002
Ageing ISO 188 (7 days at 70 °C)
(air-oven method)
Tensile strength change, max. % ± 30 ± 30 ISO 37 (see above)
Elongation at break change, max. % ± 30 ± 30 ISO 37 (see above)
8.2 Finished hoses and hose assemblies

Finished hoses and hose assemblies shall meet the requirements specified in Table 5.

Table 5 — Requirements for finished hoses and hose assemblies
Property Requirement Method of test
Hose dimensions
Internal diameter See Table 2 ISO 4671
Lining thickness, min. 1,6 mm ISO 4671
Cover thickness, min. 1,6 mm (nominal bore < 50) ISO 4671
2,0 mm (nominal bore 50 and greater)
Concentricity, max. 1,0 mm ISO 4671
Length tolerances ± 1 % ISO 4671
Mass per unit length, max. See Table 3
Hose tests
Adhesion between components (dry), min. 3,0 N/mm Annex C
After contact with fuel, min. 2,0 N/mm
Fuel contamination, R , max. 10 mg/100 ml Annex D
Ozone resistance No cracking observed under ×2 magnification ISO 7326 (40 °C)

Flexibility at ambient and low temperature No permanent deformation or visible structural damage, Annex E (20 °C)

no increase in electrical resistance outside the specified
Annex F (30 °C)
limits, no impairment of electrical continuity and shall
comply with the proof-pressure requirements in Annex J
at (20 ± 5) °C.
Crush recovery (type F only) Annex G
After 1 min Regains 90 % of original diameter
After 10 min Regains 95 % of original diameter
Shall comply with the proof-pressure requirement in
Annex J at (20 ± 5) °C
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Table 5 (continued)
Property Requirement Method of test

Cyclic kinking (types B and C only) No leakage at proof pressure at (20 ± 5) °C Annex H

No increase in electrical resistance or impairment of
electrical continuity
Any adhesion between components to be less than
2,0 N/mm
Flammability Annex I
Hose shall cease burning immediately on removal of
flame and there shall be no glowing visible after 2 min
Change in length at working pressure, Types B and C: 0 to +7 % Annex J
max.
Types E and F: 0 to +12 %
Proof pressure At 4,0 MPa (40 bar): Annex J
No leakage or damage
No increase in electrical continuity or resistance beyond
the specified limits
Burst pressure, min. 8,0 MPa (80 bar) Annex J
Vacuum test Types B and C at 15 kPa (0,15 bar) absolute: no visible Annex K
structural damage
Types B and C at 85 kPa (0,85 bar) absolute: loss of
circularity not to exceed 20 % of internal diameter
Type E at 15 kPa (0,15 bar) absolute: ball shall pass and
no visible structural damage
Type F at 35 kPa (0,35 bar) absolute: ball shall pass and
no visible structural damage

Electrical properties The electrical properties of the hose shall be such that 9.1, 9.2

the electrical requirement for the hose assemblies is met.
Hose assembly tests
Proof pressure At 4,0 MPa (40 bar): Annex J
No leakage or damage
No increase in electrical continuity or resistance outside
the specified limits

Security of couplings No leakage or movement of the couplings out of the hose Annex L

at the specified pressures
Electrical properties Types B and E: resistance 100 Ω max. 9.1
3 6
Types C and F: resistance 10 to 10 Ω 9.2
9 Electrical properties
9.1 Type B and type E (electrically bonded)

No fewer than two low-resistance electrical bonding wires shall be provided between, or incorporated in, the

reinforcement plies and arranged in such a manner that electrical continuity is maintained along the length of

the hose in service. Each bonding wire shall have not less than nine strands. The metal used shall have high

resistance to fatigue.

When attaching couplings to type B and type E hoses, the protruding length of bonding wire shall be folded

into the hose bore, positioned between the lining and the fitting tail and extending along approximately half the

length of the fitting tail. If the hose is supplied without couplings, the bonding wires shall protrude

approximately 150 mm at each end of the hose. When tested in accordance with ISO 8031, the electrical

resistance of each assembly shall be no greater than 100 Ω.

NOTE When confirming electrical continuity on production hose assembly tests, a suitable and quick method is by

the use of a 4,5 V battery and a 3,5 V, 0,3 A test bulb. A dimly lighted bulb is sufficient to indicate satisfactory continuity.

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ISO 1825:2010(E)

9.2 Type C and type F (electrically conductive incorporating a semi-conductive cover

compound)

For assemblies, it is necessary to create a connection between the hose cover and the coupling. When tested

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in accordance with ISO 8031, the electrical resistance of each assembly shall be between 10 Ω and 10 Ω.

10 Frequency of testing

Type testing is carried out in order to confirm that all the material, construction and test requirements of this

International Standard are met by the method of manufacture and hose design. Type tests shall be repeated

at least every five years or whenever a change in method of manufacture or materials occurs.

Routine tests are those tests that shall be carried out on all hoses and hose assemblies prior to dispatch.

Production acceptance tests are those tests which should preferably be carried out by the manufacturer to

control the quality of its products.
Type tests and routine tests are specified in Annex M.

Production acceptance tests are given in Annex N. The frequencies specified in Annex N are given as a guide

only.
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