BS EN 14214:2003

BS EN 14214:2003


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Standard BS EN 14214:2003
Title Identifier Automotive fuels. Fatty acid methylesters (FAME) for diesel engines. Requirements and test methods
Status CU
Publication Date 21/01/04
Committee PTI/12
Approximate Price 64.00
Notes
ISBN 0 580 43281 5
Pages 20
International Equivalent EN 14214:2003
Descriptors Automotive fuels, Liquid fuels, Vegetable oils, Fatty acids, Esters (carboxylic), Diesel fuels, Diesel engines, Motor vehicles, Climate, Grades (quality), Marking, Chemical composition, Test methods
Cross references EN 116:1997, EN 590:1999, EN 12662:1998, EN 14103:2003, EN 14104:2003, EN 14105:2003, EN 14106:2003, EN 14107:2003, EN 14108:2003, EN 14109:2003, EN 14110:2003, EN 14111:2003, EN 14112:2003, prEN 14538:2002, EN ISO 2160:1998, ISO 2160:1998, EN ISO 3104:1996, ISO 3104:1994, EN ISO 3104:1996, EN ISO 3104/AC:1999, ISO 3104:1994, EN ISO 3170, EN ISO 3171:1999, ISO 3171:1988, EN ISO 3675:1998, ISO 3675:1998, prEN ISO 3679:2002, ISO/DIS 3679:2002, EN ISO 4259:1995, ISO 4259:1992, EN ISO 5165:1998, ISO 5165:1998, EN ISO 10370:1995, ISO 10370:1993, EN ISO 12185:1996, EN ISO 12185/C1:2001, ISO 12185:1996, EN ISO 12937:2000, ISO 12937:2000, EN ISO 13759:1996, ISO 13759:1996, prEN ISO 20846:2002, ISO/DIS 20846:2002, prEN ISO 20884:2002, ISO/DIS 20884:2002, ISO 3987:1994, ASTM D 1160:1999, BS EN ISO 3170, BS EN ISO 3171, BS EN 14275, BS EN 590:2004, EN 14331, Dangerous Substances and Preparations (Safety) (Consolidation) (Amendment) Regulations 2002, Classification, Packaging and Labelling of Dangerous Substances (Amendment) Regulations 1990, European Agreement Concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR) 2003, Carriage of Dangerous Goods (Classification, Packaging and Use of Transportable Pressure Receptacles) Regulations 1996, Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road Regulations 1996
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