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Historical REVISED 2006-08-16

Fuel Systems and Components--Electrostatic Charge Mitigation J1645_200608

This SAE Surface Vehicle Recommended Practice deals with electrostatic charge phenomena that may occur in automotive fuel systems. This document applies to the following: - Fuels that are liquid at global ambient temperatures and atmospheric pressures and are handled by vehicle fuel tanks that operate at pressures near atmospheric pressure. - The group of components that comprise the fuel system and those portions of the vehicle adjacent to the fuel system. - Electrostatic phenomena that arise from the following circumstances of vehicle or fuel system operation: a. Flowing fuel in the fuel delivery system b. Flowing fuel being dispensed to the vehicle while it it being fueled This recommended practice provides for materials, components and subsystems that can be robust to electrostatic charge pheonomena within the fuel system. The individual vehicle OEM should have responsibility for design requirements that apply to the entire fuel system and at the vehicle level. This document can provide guideance for how the OEM's might proceed.
J1645_201909
2019-09-13
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J1645_201110
2011-10-25
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J1645_200608
2006-08-16
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1999-01-01
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1994-02-01
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