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The purpose of this document is to provide a concise summary of the design considertions and general guidelines for the proper installation of centralized fluid distribution systems for various types of vehicle-related fluids. This information has been assembled from published and unpublished sources provided by equipment manufacturers and experienced installers. The intent is to provide recommended practices to facility designers and installers that:
  • promote construction of systems that operate safely and reliably;
  • promote trouble-free performance of fluid distribution equipment; and
  • provide the required flow rates over a broad range of end-user applications.
This document is NOT intended to:
  • endorse or recommend particular materials, equipment, suppliers or manufacturers; or
  • discourage the development and implementation of new procedures, equipment or devices.
These recommended practices apply to stationary, centralized fluid distribution systems for vehicle-related new and used fluids, such as:
  • motor oil;
  • gear oil;
  • transmission fluid;
  • hydraulic fluid;
  • grease;
  • antifreeze;
  • windshield washer fluid.
 

Document History

  1. PEI RP700-14

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    Recommended Practices for the Design and Maintenance of Fluid Distribution Systems at Vehicle Maintenance Facilities (2014 Edition)

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  2. PEI RP700-09


    Recommended Practices for the Design and Maintenance of Fluid-Distribution Systems at Vehicle Maintenance Facilities (2009 Edition)

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