RP700 PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD ENDED JANUARY 22, 2020 AND IS NOW CLOSED.
The official 30-day comment period for PEI/RP700 closed on January. 22, 2020, and all comments submitted are now being considered by the RP700 committee.
The PEI Pneumatic and Hydraulic System Installation Committee developed a new publication entitled Recommended Practices for the Design and Maintenance of Fluid Distribution Systems at Vehicle Maintenance Facilities, PEI/RP700.
The document provides a concise summary of the design considerations and general guidelines for the proper installation of safe, reliable and functional centralized fluid-distribution systems for various types of vehicle-related fluids. The publication was developed from published and unpublished sources provided by equipment manufacturers and experienced installers. The publication provides recommended practices to facility designers and installers that:
- Promotes construction of systems that operate safely and reliably,
- Promotes trouble-free performance of fluid distribution equipment,
- Provides ample flow rates at various flow volumes.
The recommended practices apply to stationary, centralized fluid distribution systems for vehicle-related fluids such as lubrication oil, gear oil, transmission fluid, hydraulic fluid, grease, antifreeze and windshield washer fluid. The equipment covered includes supply containers (tanks, drums, pails, etc.), piping and tubing, pumps, compressors, hoses, reels, nozzles and other equipment typically used to construct these systems. The publication is not intended for mobile (e.g., truck-mounted) fluid distribution systems for vehicular fluids, nor does it apply to distribution systems used in food service or food preparation operations.
Single-copy price is $50 for PEI members; $195 for nonmembers.