This document specifies the basic dimensions of PN 10 flanged connections for bunker fuel and lubricating oil transfer to ships from bunkering vessels or onshore facilities, and the technical requirements for the design of such connections. This document is not applicable to connections of the ship's fuel system for the reception of liquefied natural gas.

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This document is applicable to pressure-vacuum valves and to devices to prevent the passage of flame, both protecting cargo tanks, that can be subject to explosive gas/vapour and/or to gas/vapour pressure or vacuum beyond the design parameters of the system/tank. It specifies the minimum requirements for performance and testing. It also specifies design and in-service performance criteria, operational testing and maintenance requirements. Design or manufacturing in accordance with this document does not imply suitability for any given installation, it indicates that certain minimum requirements have been considered and that information necessary for determination of suitability is provided to the buyer of the equipment. The flame test procedures of ISO 16852:2016 are incorporated in this document. NOTE Minimum requirements for devices to prevent the passage of flame are found in the International Maritime Organization (IMO) "International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, as amended" (SOLAS), Chapter II-2, Regulation 4, and IMO Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) Circular No. 677 (MSC/Circ. 677), "Revised Standards for the Design, Testing and Locating of Devices to Prevent the Passage of Flame into Cargo Tanks in Tankers", as amended.

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This document specifies requirements for Coriolis mass flow meter (MFM) systems installed on and used by vessels for the accurate measurement of bunker fuels received. It defines metrology and security requirements as well as testing requirements of the MFM system for the receiving vessel. This document complements ISO 8217, ISO 22192 and OIML R117. This document does not cover mass flow meters used for custody transfer, nor does it address overall bunker delivery procedural issues, such as delivery system integrity and transfer operations. It is not applicable to cryogenic fuels such as LNG. For bunker delivery using a Coriolis mass flow meter system in a custody transfer role, refer to ISO 22192.

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This document specifies the material requirements and dimensions of an international flange for the transfer of ballast water between a ship and a shore reception facility, or between ships. It does not address any reconfiguration of the ship's ballast water piping system necessary to connect to the shore-side, e.g. construction of piping from the ship lower machinery levels to the main deck transfer area.

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This document specifies requirements of design, manufacture, and test methods for cryogenic gate valves to have excellent quality of leakage stability in very low temperature environments (−50 °C to −196 °C).

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This document specifies requirements of design, manufacture, and test methods for cryogenic check valves to have excellent quality of leakage stability in very low temperature environments (−50 °C to −196 °C).

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IEC/IEEE 80005-1:2019 describes high-voltage shore connection (HVSC) systems, onboard the ship and on shore, to supply the ship with electrical power from shore. This document is applicable to the design, installation and testing of HVSC systems and addresses: - HV shore distribution systems, - shore-to-ship connection and interface equipment, - transformers/reactors, - semiconductor/rotating frequency convertors, - ship distribution systems, and - control, monitoring, interlocking and power management systems. It does not apply to the electrical power supply during docking periods, for example dry docking and other out of service maintenance and repair. Additional and/or alternative requirements can be imposed by national administrations or the authorities within whose jurisdiction the ship is intended to operate and/or by the owners or authorities responsible for a shore supply or distribution system. It is expected that HVSC systems will have practicable applications for ships requiring 1 MVA or more or ships with HV main supply. Low-voltage shore connection systems are not covered by this document. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2012. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) modification of 4.1, Figure 1: transformer on ship is optional, earthing switches on ship removed; b) 4.2.2 and new item 11.3: alternative procedure of periodic testing added; c) modification of 4.9: - minimum current value in the safety circuits shall be 50 mA; - opening of safety loop shall cause the automatic opening of ship and shore HVSC circuit breakers in a maximum time of 200 ms; d) modification of 5.2: added Figure on harmonic contents; e) modification of 6.2.3: – earthing transformer with resistor can be used also on the secondary side; – neutral earthing resistor rating in amperes shall be minimum 25 A, 5 s; f) modification of all annexes: the safety circuits shall be mandatory; g) modification of A.2.1: a metallic shield shall be installed at least on the power cores or common on pilot wires; h) modification of B.7.2.1: new safety circuit introduced: single line diagram and description; i) modification of C.4.1: SLD for cruise ships was updated, also the safety circuits to be coherent with main body, IEC symbols and introduced more details about the control socket-outlets and plugs manufacturer type; j) modification of C.7.3.1: - shore power connector pin assignment is updated; - all cruise ships shall use 4 cables in all cases; k) added D.6.1: the supply point on shore can be fixed or movable; l) modification of D.7.3.2: the voltage used in the pilot circuit for container ships shall be less than 60 V DC or 25 V AC. m) added D.8.6 and D.9.3.1: automatic restart and synchronization alternatives; n) Annex E set to informative; o) Annex F set to informative.

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This document specifies requirements for design, manufacture, and test methods of cryogenic butterfly valves in order to have an excellent quality leakage stability in a very low temperature service (−196 °C to 80 °C). It is applicable to valves of nominal sizes: DN: 80, 100, 150, 200, 250, 300, 350, 400, 450, 500, 550, 600 corresponding to nominal pipe size (NPS): 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24.

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This document specifies requirements for design, manufacture and test methods of cryogenic ball valves in order to have an excellent quality leakage stability in a very low temperature service (−196 °C to 80 °C).

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ISO 18154:2017 specifies the requirements of design, test and inspection methods for diaphragm-type pilot operated safety valves, which are used in cargo tanks of LNG carriers in order to keep the pressure inside the tank below maximum allowable working pressure.

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ISO 18139:2017 specifies design, manufacture and test method requirements for cryogenic globe valves for excellent quality leakage stability for use in a very low temperature environment (−50°C to −196°C).

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ISO 15541:2016 specifies requirements for a test bench to determine the fire resistance of non-metallic hose assemblies and non-metallic compensators with nominal diameter up to 150 mm. It may be used for bigger sizes provided proper test bench conditions are obtained. During the exposure to flames, there are possible working pressures of up to 16 bar. The flame spread ability of non-metallic hose assemblies or non-metallic compensators cannot be tested with the test bench specified in this document. Only water is permitted as a test medium. With a view to ensuring maximum safety for both the operating personnel and the test bench in the event of damage of the non-metallic hose assembly or non-metallic compensator during the test, the use of combustible test media is excluded.

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ISO 15540:2016 specifies a test procedure for determining the fire resistance of non-metallic hose assemblies and non-metallic compensators with nominal diameter of up to 150 mm. It may be used for larger sizes provided proper test bench conditions are obtained. It serves for proving whether, after the period of fire effect on the test bench specified in ISO 15541, hose assemblies and non-metallic compensators continue to be tight, even when subjected to proof pressure. Only water is permitted as a test medium. With a view to ensuring maximum safety for both the operating personnel and the test bench in the event of damage to the hose or non-metallic compensator during the test, the use of combustible test media is excluded.

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ISO 15364:2016 is applicable to pressure-vacuum relief valves protecting marine vessel systems, including cargo tanks, which may be subject to gas/vapour pressure or vacuum beyond the design parameters of the system/tank. This International Standard specifies the minimum requirements for performance and testing of pressure-vacuum relief valves, with emphasis on selection of materials, internal finish and surface requirements for pressure-vacuum valves installed on cargo tanks in tankers (see Annex A). This International Standard specifies design and in-service performance criteria, operational testing and maintenance requirements. Design or manufacturing in accordance with this International Standard does not imply suitability for any given installation, it indicates that certain minimum requirements have been considered and that information necessary for determination of suitability is provided to the buyer of the equipment. ISO 15364:2016 does not cover all test procedures for devices that prevent the passage of flame, such as flame arresters. Such devices can be used in conjunction with pressure/vacuum valves. NOTE 1 Additional information for devices to prevent the passage of flame is found in the International Maritime Organization (IMO) "International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 2009" (SOLAS), Chapter II-2, Regulation 4, and IMO Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) Circular No. 677 (MSC/Circ. 677), "Revised Standards for the Design, Testing and Locating of Devices to Prevent the Passage of Flame into Cargo Tanks in Tankers", as amended. NOTE 2 In addition to providing pressure relief, high velocity vent valves are devices that prevent the passage of flame. Where high velocity vent valves are installed on the pressure relief system and the vacuum relief valve is protected by a flame arrester, the standards of IMO MSC/Circ. 677, as amended, are applicable. ISO 16852 is also an acceptable test standard for devices to prevent the passage of flame.

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ISO 484-1:2015 defines manufacturing tolerances of ship screw propellers of a diameter greater than 2,50 m. NOTE Some deviations for the tolerance are permitted in certain cases subject to the discretion of the customer or of the designer and the customer.

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ISO 484-2:2015 defines manufacturing tolerances of ship screw propellers of a diameter between 0,80 m and 2,50 m. NOTE Some deviations for the tolerance are permitted in certain cases subject to the discretion of the customer or of the designer and the customer.

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The intent of ISO 18215:2015 is to provide guidance to ship design and operational personnel (crew) on the critical issues to consider regarding machinery, prior to and during vessel operations in the extreme conditions of the Earth's polar regions. This International Standard is intended to supplement the IMO Code for Ships Operating in Polar Waters and the IACS UR "I", Requirements Concerning Polar Class. Although the application of this International Standard is primarily concerned only for ships operating in polar regions, some of the design considerations and planning might need to be implemented during construction or in a shipyard environment.

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IEC PAS 80005-3:2014(E) describes low voltage shore connection (LVSC) systems, on board the ship and on shore, to supply the ship with electrical power from shore. This PAS is applicable to the design, installation and testing of LVSC systems and addresses: - LV shore distribution systems; - shore-to-ship connection and interface equipment; - transformers/reactors; - semiconductor/rotating convertors; - ship distribution systems; and - control, monitoring, interlocking and power management systems. It does not apply to the electrical power supply during docking periods, e.g. dry docking and other out-of-service maintenance and repair. It is expected that LVSC systems will have practicable applications for ships requiring up to 1 MVA. Low-voltage shore connection systems not exceeding 250 A, with a maximum of 125 A per cable and not exceeding 300 V to earth are not covered by this PAS. High-voltage shore connection systems are covered by IEC/ISO/IEEE 80005-1.

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ISO 17602:2014 specifies the basic series of face-to-face or centre-to-face dimensions for two-way metal valves used in flanged pipe systems for ship and marine services. Each series of face-to-face or centre-to-face dimensions can be used as required with flanges of mating dimensions conforming to ISO 7005-1, ISO 7005-2, and ISO 7005-3 or other national standards.

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ISO 8277:2013 specifies the minimum data needed for the prefabrication and assembly of pipework and for its transfer from engineering departments to workshops in the shipbuilding industry. ISO 8277:2013 is applicable to written information needed for construction of piping installations that marine piping equipment manufacturers submit through specifications and instructions to shipyards on shipbuilding. ISO 8277:2013 is not applicable to the generation, type presentation and filing organization of this data.

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ISO 13613:2011 provides shipboard personnel and other parties information concerning operational maintenance and testing for certain critical systems. Proper maintenance of these systems can help reduce the risk of ship propulsion and manoeuvrability losses.

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ISO 28521:2009 specifies pipe cleaning and cleaning levels of hydraulic oil pipe systems. The cleaning of pipes and components in hydraulic oil pipe systems is essential for the trouble-free operation of hydraulic systems. It indicates methods and equipment for the practical execution of the cleaning of specific parts of hydraulic systems with appurtenant components. The purpose of the cleaning process is to remove installation dirt and to check that the piping and hydraulic system have been adequately cleaned. The cleaning process of a system is considered a “washing through” process when the Reynolds number,Re, u 3 000, and a flushing process when Re W 3 000. The Reynolds number is an indicator of whether a fluid flow is considered laminar or turbulent. ISO 28521:2009 presupposes that the pipe sections of the hydraulic system have been cleaned partly by pickling and partly by mechanical cleaning. It is furthermore assumed that both dynamic and static components from system suppliers are adequately clean when delivered. The specifications given in ISO 28521:2009 are supplementary to, and not a replacement for, the guidelines specified by the various manufacturers. The manufacturer's guidelines, where available, take precedence.

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ISO 9943:2009 specifies the design requirements and general considerations for the ventilation and air-treatment of galleys and pantries with cooking appliances on board merchant seagoing ships, when such ventilation and air-treatment is specified by the shipowner. It applies for normal conditions in all waters except those encountered in extremely cold or hot climates. For the purposes of ISO 9943:2009, pantries with cooking appliances, referred to above, are those which contain appliances consuming more than the small amount of electrical power needed for coffee urns, hot-plates for keeping food warm, electric water boilers, etc. Users of ISO 9943:2009 should note that, while observing its requirements, they should at the same time ensure compliance with such statutory requirements, rules and regulations as may be applicable to the individual ship concerned.

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ISO 28520:2009 provides guidance for flushing of lubricating oil systems, and grading of the resultant cleanliness. The flushing process is twofold: to remove dirt from the erection and installation, and to demonstrate that the pipes and the system as a whole is sufficiently clean. Crankcase and, where applicable, gearbox etc. are cleaned separately before flushing, and requirements relating to this are also specified in ISO 28520:2009. Similar considerations apply to the system tank and other components of the system. For the purposes of ISO 28520:2009, the cleaning process is considered as “washing through” when the Reynolds is equal to or less than 3 000 and “flushing” when the Reynolds number is equal to or greater than 3 000. Where available, any original equipment manufacturer requirements for flushing take precedence over the requirements outlined in ISO 28520:2009.

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ISO 28523:2009 specifies methods for dynamic and static extraction of fluid samples from lubricating and hydraulic oil systems. A correct execution of the sampling is essential when analysing fluids from lubricating and hydraulic oil systems. In order to achieve reliable and comparable analysis results, the sampling must be performed under defined conditions and operating environment. When the system has reached its operating temperature, a representative sample is extracted from where the fluid is in a turbulent flow condition. This method is called dynamic sampling. If this is not possible, the sample can be extracted from the system tank. This method is called static sampling. ISO 28523:2009 specifies methods for both dynamic and static sampling in connection with collection in bottles. For extraction of samples through a filtration kit for comparison with “master slides”, reference is made to the manuals from the suppliers of such equipment.

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ISO 28522:2009 provides guidance for assembly and flushing of hydraulic oil systems. The aim of the flushing process is twofold: to remove dirt from the erection, installation, and to demonstrate that the pipes and the system as a whole are sufficiently clean. ISO 28522:2009 gives guidelines to ensure that pipes and components are mounted and tested correctly. It also gives practical conditions for the flushing oil and filter.

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ISO 14726:2008 specifies main colours and additional colours for identifying piping systems in accordance with the content or function on board ships and marine structures. These colours can also be used for piping systems on drawings and diagrams. ISO 14726:2008 does not apply to piping systems for medical gases, industrial gases and cargo. ISO 14726:2008 can also be used for land installations.

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ISO 19921:2005 specifies test procedures for determining the fire resistance of metallic valves, pipe couplings, and similar pipe components which contain a resilient or elastomeric seal and which are used in ship engineering systems. The purpose of ISO 19921:2005 is to determine whether, after the period of fire testing on a test bench which fulfils the requirements of ISO 19922, pipeline components remain tight, and without any failure which could affect their function, even when subjected to proof pressure.

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ISO 19922:2005 specifies requirements on a test bench for determining the fire resistance of metallic pipeline components containing a resilient or elastomeric material, in particular by tests according to ISO 19921.

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ISO 18770:2005 specifies the measures to be taken to reduce fires originating from machinery-space flammable oil systems and to prevent leakage of flammable oil. It is intended for designers, shipyard personnel, engine-room personnel, owners, operators and maintenance personnel. Requirements contained herein address the design, construction, testing, installation, maintenance and inspection of systems containing flammable oil. ISO 18770:2005 is applicable to new and existing vessels, and is intended to be used as a supplement to the regulations for fuel oil, lubricating oil and other flammable oils contained in the International Convention for the Safety of Life At Sea (SOLAS 74), as amended, issued by the International Maritime Organization (IMO).

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ISO 15749-4:2004 applies to the design of sewage disposal pipes within the framework of sanitary drainage on ships and marine structures. For planning and basic requirements, see ISO 15749-1:2004.

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ISO 15749-5:2004 applies to the planning and design of drain lines for gravity-operated conveyance of grey water from weather decks and non-weathertight spaces on ships and marine structures, ro-ro spaces, cargo spaces and swimming pools.

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ISO 15749-3:2004 applies to the design of sanitary drain lines in vacuum systems on ships and marine structures. For planning and basic requirements, see ISO 15749-1.

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ISO 15749-1:2004 is valid, in conjunction with ISO 15749-2 to ISO 15749-4, for planning and designing drainage systems which evacuate wastewater from accommodation and commissary areas (sanitary drainage) on ships and marine structures. Drainage of weather decks, cargo holds and swimming pools is covered by ISO 15749-5. This series of standards takes into consideration the basic regulations and minimum requirements concerning hygienic requirements and the protection of the marine environment. ISO 15749-1:2004 does not apply to pipe systems carrying oily, chemically contaminated wastewater capable of forming flammable gas/oxygen mixtures.

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ISO 15749-2:2004 applies to the design of sanitary drain lines in gravity systems (gravity drainage) on ships and marine structures. For planning and basic requirements, ISO 15749-1 is applicable.

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ISO 15840:2004 applies to reinforced thermosetting resin pipe systems, with nominal diameter 0 through 1 200 mm and nominal pipe sizes 0 through 48, which are to be used in marine piping systems.

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ISO 15837:2004 provides the performance characteristics and qualification tests required for gasketed mechanical couplings, including grooved-type mechanical couplings for grooved-end pipe, mechanical restraint couplings for plain-end pipe and mechanical compression couplings for plain-end pipe. These couplings are for use at temperatures within the recommended temperature range of their respective gaskets.

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ISO 15838:2003 defines classification, materials, test requirements, inspection requirements, marking and packaging of fittings for use with gasketed mechanical couplings (GMCs) conforming to ISO 15837.

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ISO 5483: 2003 specifies dimensions and materials for welding rings and drain screws situated at the bottom of oil and water tanks.

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This International Standard specifies methods of calculating the theoretical quantity of outdoor air required in cargo spaces of ships where vehicles with internal combustion engines are driven, in order to dilute the polluted air to within the permitted occupational exposure limits. Annex A specifies average values of the amounts of pollutants in exhaust gases from vehicles with internal combustion engines driven in cargo spaces in ships. Annex B gives general information and guidance as to good practice for the ventilation of cargo spaces in ships where vehicles with internal combustion engines may be driven. Users of this International Standard should note that, while observing the requirements of the standard, they should at the same time ensure compliance with such statutory requirements, rules, and regulations as may be applicable to the individual ship concerned. Users should also refer to guidelines developed by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) contained in the Maritime Safety Committee Circular 729 (MSC Circ. 729), Guidelines and Recommendations for Ventilation systems in RO-RO Cargo Spaces.

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ISO 15748-1 applies to the planning, design and configuration of potable water supply systems on ships, stationary or floating marine structures and inland waterway vessels. It specifies the minimum requirements for potable water supply systems to be met in order to protect the potable water and to maintain its quality. ISO 15748-1 also provides hints on components to be used and on laying of the pipelines.

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ISO 15748-2 applies to the planning, design and configuration of potable water supply systems on ships, stationary or floating marine structures and inland waterway crafts. It serves to determine the quantity of potable water to be carried on board, the capacity of the pressurized reservoirs and water heaters, the pumping capacity, etc.

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This part of ISO 3715 gives terms and definitions for screw propellers used in the propulsion plants of ships and other vessels (such as mobile offshore drilling units) that are self-propelled or propulsion-assisted. The definitions are valid only for the hydrodynamically effective part of the propeller. No definitions are given for the mechanical construction of the hub.

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This part of ISO 3715 gives terms and definitions applicable exclusively to continuously variable and hydraulic operated controllable-pitch propeller units. It does not cover controllable-pitch propeller units for which only a few specified pitch settings apply. General vocabulary for the geometry of screw propellers is given in ISO 3715-1 and is also valid for controllablepitch propellers.

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Specifies the technical details of the components of the drinking water filling connection aboard ships for attachment of piping from another ship or from a land distribution system and lays down the designation of the main components such as flanges, securing bolts and gasket.

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Specifies the general requirements, the composition and the designation of the complete drinking water filling connection aboard ships for attachment of piping from another ship or from a land distribution system and gives a recommendation for the installation aboard ships.

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Applies to seagoing merchant ships and for all conditions except those encountered in extremely hot climates. Is fundamentally based on ISO 7547 which shall be available when applying this Standard.

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Is based on an outdoor air temperature of -20 °C and applies to all conditions except those encountered in extremely cold climates. Applies to seagoing merchant ships. The annex gives recommendations regarding the air jets.

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