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    ct before switching on suction pump. After oil being sucked up carefully inspect all connection and sealed sections whether exists leakage. Scrutinize the working states of measurement transducer, pump and vapor separator after starting operation. As for new filing station, clean waster and water in pipeline. Preset unit price according to oil price. It is regulative to twice PPU presetting for each fuel dispenser per day. Appraise each nozzle flow rate in accordance with fuel dispenser’s metrological regulation and procedure, indicating value error no more than ±0.3%, repeatability error no more than ±0.15%. Regulate the adjusting bolt of overflow valve to change flow rate, increasing or reducing it. It must switch off power supply to maintain failure in debugging progress. It is strictly prohibi fuel dispenser ted to debug as explosion-proof junction box being open. Debug personnel should clearly tell all operating functions and methods of fuel dispensers to station staff, and make report to station owner and get authorization. Chapter VI Metrological approval of fuel dispenser As commercial measure instrument, fuel dispenser is used for calculating the volume of commercial-used fuel. Thus, its accuracy directly correlates the customer’s economical benefits. That is the reason why fuel dispenser in China should be conducted a compulsory appraisal in accordan fuel dispenser ce with State’s law on metrology. Metrology aims at ensuring exactitude on basis of united unit. fuel dispenser The metrological appraisal for fuel dispenser refers to the work that to appraise measurement performance and to inspect whether or not abiding by legal requirements. The metrological regulation on fuel dispenser JJG 443-98 (hereinafter called JJG443-98) promulgated in Aug 1, 1998, is a legal tool to appraise metering of fuel dispenser, which introduces the international metrological technology regulation and global practice. JJG 443-98 emphasized that flow meter is core component in fuel dispenser, enhances metrological requirement, increasing the cont

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    answer message with the respective Data_Id data length set to 0.  Where a proprietary pump protocol doesn t supply the data needed in the IFSF database the  PCD should make every attempt to generate the missing data.  6.6 Known Limitations  It needs to be stated that a PCD can translate the proprietary pump protocols to the IFSF  Dispenser Application protocol but will not be able to:   Change measurement or transaction data received from the proprietary pump. The data   accuracy is the responsibility of the dispenserpump.   Support some functions when the proprietary dispenser doesn t have the hardware to  March 2006 IFSF - STANDARD FORECOURT PROTOCOL FP31_2.23   DISPENSER fuel dispenser APPLICATION   Page: 139   support them i.e. where no slow flow valves are present to allow the dispenser to accurately   stop the delivery on a supplied volume or amount limit.  Where a PCD can not support a function that can be supported by a native IFSF compatible  device the PCD supplier must document this shortcomings so that customers are aware of it.  FP31_2.23 IFSF - STANDARD FORECOURT PROTOCOL March 2006 fuel dispenser    DISPENSER APPLICATION   INTERNATIONAL FORECOURT STA fuel dispenser NDARDS FORUM   STANDARD FORECOURT PROTOCOL   PART III.II   PRICE POLE APPLICATION   VERSION 1.12 - JANUARY 2003   Page: 2  This document is written by the IFSF - Working Group:   Name Company Telephone   IFSF Technical Services   Gwyn Williams +441513472225   Eduardo Rezende Formally:

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    Louis and many others are racing to extend existing systems, sometimes along old railway tracks. Dozens more cities, from Albuquerque to Atlanta to Louisville, are mulling light rail over. Downtown streetcars are also making a comeback, in Portland and elsewhere. Congestion is a big reason, especially in bumper-to-bumper Seattle and fast-growing sunbelt cities. Painful petrol prices, already above $3 a gallon, have also sent Americans racing for the rails. Gary Thomas, the executive director of Dallas Area Rapid Transit, reports a “flood?of new riders during the post-Katrina petrol rise a year ago, and thinks about half of them have stayed on. A host of problems ensued, from overcrowded park-and-ride lots to lack of seating on trains. Dallas was far from alone according to the American Public Tr fuel dispenser ansport Association (APTA), user-figures for public transport rose more than 4% in the first quarter of 2006 over a year earlier. Those are strong figures for a sector that typically slugs along at 2%, slightly ahead of population growth. Rider-figures for light rail were up 11.2%, and even buses carried 4.5% more passengers. Americans have not always embraced public transport. “We had people carrying signs saying ‘Light Rail Kills Babies??recalls John Inglish, head of the Utah Transit Authority, which has 19 miles of track around Salt Lake City. Pro fuel dispenser ponents were likened to communists, he says. Now the system has almost too many riders—up 39% in fuel dispenser May from a year earlier. Last autumn the crowds were so great that the trains suspensions dropped, and carriage doors at a few stations in Salt Lake could not close unless half the passengers leaned over to one side. (Siemens, the manufacturer, has since fixed the problem.) The true test of Utahans enthusiasm will come in November, when voters will decide whether to pay higher property taxes to support an $895m expansion into four new light-rail routes. Light rail is hugely expensive. The federal government can cover 80% of the cost, but