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TitleEI-1541 Can Modification
TagsCombustible para aviones Royal Dutch Shell Industria energetica Energía y recursos Naturaleza
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EI Standard 1541

Performance requirements for
protective coating systems used in
aviation fuel storage tanks and piping

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Global aviation fuel handling publications

The Energy Institute is the provider of the following portfolio of equipment standards and operational
recommended practices to facilitate the safe and efficient handling of aviation fuel, particularly at airports.
They are available for use internationally. The titles include those that were developed jointly with the API.

These are available through the EI from either www.energypublishing.org or Portland Customer Services
(t: +44 (0)1206 796 351). The two API titles can be obtained from www.global.ihs.com. For further information
on the EI aviation fuel handling portfolio please contact [email protected]

General

Title Ed. ISBN

EI 1540 Design, construction, operation and maintenance of aviation fuelling
facilities

4th 978 0 85293 565 1

EI 1541 Performance requirements for protective coating systems used in
aviation fuel storage tanks and piping

1st 978 0 85293 566 8

EI 1542 Identification markings for dedicated aviation fuel manufacturing and
distribution facilities, airport storage and mobile fuelling equipment

8th 978 0 85293 567 5

EI 1585 Guidance in the cleaning of aviation fuel hydrant systems at airports 2nd 978 0 85293 568 2

EI 1594 Initial pressure strength testing of airport fuel hydrant systems with water 2nd 978 0 85293 569 9

EI 1597 Procedures for overwing fuelling to ensure delivery of the correct fuel
grade to an aircraft

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