Australia National Standards


Organization

Standards Australia


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AS ISO 14687:2020

Hydrogen fuel quality Product specification

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Adopted ISO standard. Specifies the minimum quality characteristics of hydrogen fuel for utilization vehicular and stationary applications.

 

[It is expected that this standard will provide the quality basis from a technical, safety and commercial perspective for hydrogen systems in Australia (similar to AS 4564:2020. General-purpose natural gas).

 

 

Published July 2020. Available at www.standards.org.au or www.techstreet.com/


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AS ISO/TR 15916 (ISO/TR 15916)

Basic considerations for the safety of hydrogen systems

Under development

 

Provides those unfamiliar with the technology for hydrogen energy applications a basis on which to understand the safety issues. This Technical Report concerns itself with applications that derive their utility from the chemical reactions of hydrogen and does not apply to applications based on nuclear processes.

 

This technical report is the logical starting point for any hydrogen system to be designed, installed or operated in Australia. It applies to both liquid and gaseous hydrogen and provides peer reviewed background information, properties of hydrogen, safety issues and references to other applicable standards.

 

Adapted ISO standard.

 

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Published.

 

Available at www.standards.org.au or www.techstreet.com/


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AS 16110.1:2020 (ISO 16110-1:2007, MOD)

Hydrogen generators using fuel processing technologies, Part 1: Safety

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Scope

Adapted ISO standard. Aims to cover significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to stationary hydrogen generators intended for indoor and outdoor commercial, industrial, light industrial and residential use.

 

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Published July 2020. Available at www.standards.org.au or www.techstreet.com/


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AS 16110.2:2020

Hydrogen generators using fuel processing technologies, Part 2: Test method for performance

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Scope

Adopted ISO standard. Describes how to measure and document the performance of stationary hydrogen generators intended for indoor and outdoor commercial, industrial, light industrial and residential use. The companion to AS ISO 16110.1.

 

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Published July 2020. Available at www.standards.org.au or www.techstreet.com/


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AS 16111:2020

Transportable gas storage devices Hydrogen absorbed in reversible metal hydride

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Scope

Adopted ISO standard. Defines the requirements for material, design, construction and testing of metal hydride transportable hydrogen gas storage systems. Excludes use as an on-board fuel storage solution for hydrogen-fueled vehicles.

 

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Published July 2020. Available at www.standards.org.au or www.techstreet.com/


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AS 19880.3 (ISO 19880.3:2018, MOD)

Gaseous hydrogen Fueling stations, Part 3: Valves

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Adapted ISO standard. This standard specifies the requirements and test methods for the safe performance of high-pressure gas valves used in hydrogen refueling stations up to H70 designation.

 

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Published July 2020. Available at www.standards.org.au or www.techstreet.com/


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AS ISO 19881:2020

Gaseous hydrogen Land vehicle fuel containers

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Adopted ISO standard. Specifies the requirements for material, design, manufacture and testing of serially produced, refillable, permanently attached containers intended for the storage of fuel cell grade compressed hydrogen gas for land vehicle operation.

 

Published July 2020. Available at www.standards.org.au or www.techstreet.com/

 


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SA TS 19883:2020 (ISO/TS 19883:2017, MOD)

Safety of pressure swing adsorption systems for hydrogen separation and purification

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Adapted ISO standard. Defines safety measures and applicable design features for the design, commissioning and operation of swing absorption systems for hydrogen separation and purification. Sets out the general hazards associated with PSA systems, safety requirements in the field and specifications of equipment and piping. [The use of PSA systems for hydrogen purification is anticipated in Australia to enable supply of hydrogen to the required quality for end use.]

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Published July 2020. Available at www.standards.org.au or www.techstreet.com/


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AS 22734:2020 (ISO 22734:2019, MOD)

Hydrogen generators using water electrolysis Industrial, commercial and residential applications

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Adapted ISO standard. Defines the construction, safety and performance requirements of packaged or factory matched hydrogen gas generation appliances, using electrochemical reactions to electrolyze water to produce hydrogen and oxygen gas.

 

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Published July 2020. Available at www.standards.org.au or www.techstreet.com/


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AS 26142:2020 (ISO 26142:2010, MOD)

Hydrogen detection apparatus - Stationary applications (ISO 26142:2010 (ED 1.0) MOD)

 

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This Standard adopts ISO 26142:2010 with modifications for Australia, It defines the performance requirements and test methods of hydrogen detection apparatus that is designed to measure and monitor hydrogen concentrations in stationary applications.

 

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Published October 2020. Available at www.standards.org.au or www.techstreet.com/


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 Technical Specification AS xxxx

Hydrogen Storage and Handling

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New project initiated.

 

 


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AS 19880.5 (ISO 19880.5:2019)

Gaseous hydrogen Fueling stations, Part 5: Dispenser hoses and hose assemblies

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This document specifies the requirements for wire or textile reinforced hoses and hose assemblies for dispensing hydrogen up to 70 MPa nominal working pressure, in the operating temperature range of −40 C to 65 C. It also contains safety requirements for hoses and hose assemblies used in hydrogen fuelling stations, yet excludes those used in vehicle high pressure on-board fuel storage systems and low pressure fuel delivery systems, and flexible metal hoses.

This standard will be used for hydrogen refuelling stations in Australia.

 

Adapted ISO standard.

 

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Published. Available at www.standards.org.au or www.techstreet.com/

 


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AS 19880.8 & Amendment 1 (ISO 19880.8:2021)

Gaseous hydrogen Fueling stations, Part 8: Fuel quality control

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The objective of this document is to specify the protocol for ensuring the quality of the gaseous hydrogen at hydrogen distribution facilities and hydrogen fuelling stations for proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells for road vehicles.

The document discusses hydrogen quality control approaches for routine and non-routine conditions, as well as quality assurance plans. It is based upon best practices and experience from the gaseous fuels and automotive industry and wil be used in mobility applications. There has been an amendment published for this standard that Australia is in the process of adopting.

 

Adapted ISO standard.

 

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Published July 2020.

 

Available at www.standards.org.au or www.techstreet.com/

 


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AS 62282.3.100 (IEC 62282-3-100:2019 MOD)

Fuel cell technologies, Part 3.100: Stationary fuel cell power system - Safety

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This standard for fuel cell power systems contemplates all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events, with the exception of those associated with environmental compatibility (installation conditions) . This document deals with conditions that pose hazards to persons, as well as damage to the exterior of the fuel cell power system but does not address protection against damage to fuel cell power system internals, unless it leads to hazards outside the fuel cell power system.

 

This document is applicable to stationary fuel cell power systems intended for indoor and outdoor commercial, industrial and residential use in non-hazardous areas. It applies to that stationary packaged, self-contained fuel cell power systems or fuel cell power systems comprised of factory matched packages of integrated systems which generate electricity through electrochemical reactions.

 

Note that this is a modified adoption of the IEC 62282.3.100:2019 standard, and referenced standards have been replaced with equivalent Australian and/or Australia/New Zealand Standards.

 

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Published.

 

Available at www.standards.org.au or www.techstreet.com/

 


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AS 62282.3.300 (IEC 62282-3-300:2012)

Fuel cell technologies, Part 3.300: Stationary fuel cell power system - Installation

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Scope

This document provides the minimum safety requirements for the installation of indoor and outdoor stationary fuel cell power systems in compliance with AS 62282.3.100.

 

This document applies to the installation of fuel cell systems intended for electrical connection to mains directly or with a readily accessible, manually operable switch or circuit-breaker; intended for a stand-alone power distribution system; intended to provide AC or DC power; with or without the ability to recover useful heat.

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Published.

 

Available at www.standards.org.au or www.techstreet.com/