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OVERPRESSURIZATION RELEASE DEVICES

1975-01-01
HISTORICAL
ARP1322
This ARP specifies the minimum design and test recommendations for aircraft tubeless tire and wheel overpressurization release devices to protect from possible explosive failure of the contained air chamber due to overinflation. This device will not protect against flash fire explosive conditions within the air chamber which may occur due to extremely overheated brakes. To protect against this condition, nitrogen or other inert gas should be used for inflation.
Standard

Overpressurization Release Devices

1998-05-01
HISTORICAL
ARP1322A
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) specifies the minimum design and test recommendations for aircraft tubeless tire and wheel overpressurization release devices to protect from possible explosive failure of the contained air chamber due to overinflation. This device will not protect against flash fire explosive conditions within the air chamber which may occur due to extremely overheated brakes. To protect against this condition, nitrogen or other inert gas should be used for inflation.
Standard

Overpressurization Release Devices

2009-08-04
HISTORICAL
ARP1322B
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) specifies the minimum design and test recommendations for aircraft wheel overpressurization release devices used with tubeless aircraft tires to protect from possible explosive failure of the contained air chamber due to overinflation. Devices of this type provide a means, but not the only means, for showing compliance to Subsection 25.731(d) of Part 25 of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations. Devices of this type will not protect against flash fire explosive conditions within the air chamber which may occur due to extremely overheated brakes. To help protect against this condition, nitrogen or other inert gas should be used for inflation.
Standard

Overpressurization Release Devices

2018-06-21
CURRENT
ARP1322C
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) specifies the minimum design and qualification test recommendations for aircraft wheel overpressurization release devices used with tubeless aircraft tires to protect from possible explosive failure of the contained inflation chamber due to overinflation. Devices of this type provide a means, but not the only means, for showing compliance to Subsection 25.731(d) of Part 25 of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations. Devices of this type will not protect against flash fire explosive conditions within the inflation chamber which may occur due to extremely overheated brakes or spontaneous combustion caused by a foreign substance within the inflation chamber. To help protect against this condition, nitrogen (N2) or other inert gas should be used for inflation.
Standard

Thermal Sensitive Inflation Pressure Release Devices for Tubeless Aircraft Wheels

1982-04-01
HISTORICAL
AS707A
This standard establishes minimum design, installation, qualification, and operational requirements for thermally actuated, pressure release devices for use only in tubeless tire type aircraft wheels. These devices are designed to completely release the contained inflation pressure from a tubeless tire and wheel assembly when brake generated heat causes the assembly to exceed a safe temperature operating level. The objective is to prevent tire or wheel rupture from brake generated heat which could cause serious personnel injuries or serious aircraft operational hazards.
Standard

Thermal Sensitive Inflation Pressure Release Devices for Tubeless Aircraft Wheels

1988-12-01
HISTORICAL
AS707B
This standard establishes minimum design, installation, qualification, and operational requirements for thermally actuated, pressure release devices for use only in tubeless tire type aircraft wheels. These devices are designed to completely release the contained inflation pressure from a tubeless tire and wheel assembly when brake generated heat causes the assembly to exceed a safe temperature operating level. The objective is to prevent tire or wheel rupture from brake generated heat which could cause serious personnel injuries or serious aircraft operational hazards.
Standard

Thermal Sensitive Inflation Pressure Release Devices for Tubeless Aircraft Wheels

2013-11-01
CURRENT
AS707C
The focus of this SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) is the integration of thermally actuated pressure release devices, hereafter referred to as fuse plugs, with the wheel and brake assembly. It does not address the manufacturing, quality or acceptance test requirements pertaining to the production of these fuse plugs. It establishes minimum design, installation, qualification, and operational requirements for fuse plugs which are used only in tubeless tire type aircraft braked wheels. Fuse plugs are designed to completely release the contained inflation pressure from a tubeless tire and wheel assembly when brake generated heat causes the tire or wheel to exceed a safe temperature level. The objective is to prevent tire or wheel rupture due to brake generated heat that could cause an unsafe condition for personnel or the aircraft. (Reference: U.S. Department of Transportation FAA Advisory Circular No. 23-17C; Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) Part 25.735 (j); U.S.
Standard

Thermal Sensitive Inflation Pressure Release Devices for Tubeless Aircraft Wheels

1988-12-01
HISTORICAL
AS707
The focus of this SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) is the integration of thermally actuated pressure release devices, hereafter referred to as fuse plugs, with the wheel and brake assembly. It does not address the manufacturing, quality or acceptance test requirements pertaining to the production of these fuse plugs. It establishes minimum design, installation, qualification, and operational requirements for fuse plugs which are used only in tubeless tire type aircraft braked wheels. Fuse plugs are designed to completely release the contained inflation pressure from a tubeless tire and wheel assembly when brake generated heat causes the tire or wheel to exceed a safe temperature level. The objective is to prevent tire or wheel rupture due to brake generated heat that could cause an unsafe condition for personnel or the aircraft. (Reference: U.S. Department of Transportation FAA Advisory Circular No. 23-17C; Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) Part 25.735 (j); U.S.
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