Ships and marine technology -- Marine environment protection -- Oil booms

ISO 17325-2:2014 (in addition to ISO 17325-1) specifies the particular strength and performance requirements of oil booms and associated test methods. It does not purport to address the safety concerns, if any, associated with their use.

Navires et technologie maritime -- Protection de l'environnement marin -- Barrages de rétention de pétrole

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20-Oct-2014
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INTERNATIONAL ISO
STANDARD 17325-2
First edition
2014-10-15
Ships and marine technology — Marine
environment protection — Oil booms —
Part 2:
Strength and performance
requirements
Navires et technologie maritime — Protection de l’environnement
marin — Barrages de rétention de pétrole —
Partie 2: Exigences de résistance et de performance
Reference number
ISO 17325-2:2014(E)
ISO 2014
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ISO 17325-2:2014(E)
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ISO 17325-2:2014(E)
Contents Page

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

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

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

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

3 Terms and definitions ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 1

4 General requirements of performance ......................................................................................................................................... 2

5 Material performance and test .............................................................................................................................................................. 2

5.1 Strength verification .......................................................................................................................................................................... 2

5.2 Tests (component) ............................................................................................................................................................................... 2

5.3 Tests (assembled boom) ................................................................................................................................................................. 3

Bibliography ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 5

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ISO 17325-2:2014(E)
Foreword

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The committee responsible for this document is ISO/TC 8, Ships and marine technology, Subcommittee

SC 2, Marine environment protection.

ISO 17325 consists of the following parts, under the general title Ships and marine technology — Marine

environment protection — Oil booms:
— Part 1: Design requirements
— Part 2: Strength and performance requirements
The following parts are under preparation:
— Part 3: End connectors
Auxiliary equipment will form the subject of future Part 4.
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ISO 17325-2:2014(E)
Introduction
Oil booms can be classified in two major types:

— Fence booms typically provide a stiffened barrier designed to float vertically in the water.

— Curtain booms are provided with flexible material for the underwater portion of the membrane

(called the skirt).

There are other types of booms, such as special purpose booms and sorbent booms, which are not the

subject of this part of ISO 17325.

This International Standard gives some general guidelines for manufacturers as well as users with

regard to subjects associated with producing, purchasing, and using such types of equipment. It does

not define any specific type and size of boom for a particular application, as many variables have to be

taken into consideration. This part of ISO 17325 specifies the strength and performance requirements

of booms and relevant test methods.

This International Standard has been developed after considering the below standards and national

legislative requirements.

The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Committee F-20 has prepared two standards

relating to boom connectors. ASTM F1093-99 specifies static laboratory tests of the strength of an

oil spill response boom under tensile loading. ASTM F1523-94 provides a guide on the selection of a

containment boom that can be used to control spills of oil and other substances that float on the water.

The Japanese Industrial Standard JIS F 9900-1 and JIS F 9900-2 provide the necessary conditions and

specifications for the design, manufacture, etc. of oil booms.

This part of ISO 17325 incorporates and acknowledges use and refers to many elements provided in

ASTM F1093-99, ASTM F1523-94, JIS F 9900-1, and JIS F 9900-2. However, it also contains changes and

additional details on strength and performance requirements for oil booms.
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INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ISO 17325-2:2014(E)
Ships and marine technology — Marine environment
protection — Oil booms —
Part 2:
Strength and performance requirements
1 Scope

In addition to ISO 17325-1, this part of ISO 17325 specifies the particular strength and performance

requirements of oil booms and associated test methods. It does not purport to address the safety

concerns, if any, associated with their use. It is the responsibility of the user of this International Standard

to establish the appropriate safety and health practices and determine applicability of regulatory

limitations prior to use.
2 Normative references

The following documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in this document and are

indispensable for its application. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated

references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

ISO 34-1, Rubber, vulcanized or thermoplastic — Determination of tear strength —
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