AS 5034 pdf download – Installation and use of inert gases for beverage dispensing
The condition that arises when the blood is deprived of an adequate supply of oxygen; lossof consciousness and death can result from the brain being starved of oxygen.
A gas or vapour which,when prescnt in sufficient concentration, excludes oxygen and leadsto asphyxia.Death may be almost immediate if all oxygen is excluded.
1.3.3 Bottled wine dispensing
A dispensing application for wine where an inert gas at low pressure is used to transfer thewine from its bottle to the dispensing valve.
A general storage area for beer, ready to drink kegs and other matcrials.1.3.5 Compressed air supply back up
An alternative to compressed air supply, usually carbon dioxide under regulated pressure.1.3.6Cool room
A refrigerated, enclosed room used to chill beer and ready to drink kegs. Also known as acold room.
1.3.7 FCB (frazen carbonated beverage)
A dispensing application for soft drinks which mixes and freczes a syrup and watercontaining carbon dioxide dissolved under pressure.
1.3.8 Gas mixer
Equipment supplied with two or more inert gases and intended to deliver a mixed gas in adesired ratio.
1.3.9 High pressure
Pressure in excess of 2400 kPa used for supply systems,e.g. gas cylinder pressures andthose in certain storage tanks.
1.3.10 Inert gas
A non-toxic, non-flammable gas in Class 2.2 in the ADG Code, without any subsidiary risk.This definition is deemed to include carbon dioxide,nitrogen, argon and air.
1.3.11 Low pressure
In this Standard, regulated pressures not exceeding 2400 kPa used for distribution systems.1.3.12 Multiple cylinder supply
An inert gas supply system consisting of two or more compressed gas cylinders or a bundleof cylinders connected together and control equipment intended to supply a distributionsy stem according to this Standard.
1.3.13 On site gas generation
An inert gas supply system consisting of nitrogen gencrators,gas mixers，and controlequipment intended to supply a distribution systcm according to this Standard.
A dispensing application for beverages which mixes at the dispensing valve a syrup withwater containing carbon dioxide dissolved under pressurc and where the carbon dioxidealso provides the pressure to transfer the water to the dispensing valves.
1.3.15Pressurized beverage storage vessel
A dispensing application where the beverage is held in a keg pressurized with an inert gasor gas mixture to maintain carbonation, and where the inert gas or gas mixture also providesthe pressure to transfer the beverage to the dispensing valves.The beverage may be beer orother ready to drink beverage in kegs.
1.3.16 Ready to drink (pre-mix)
A dispensing application for beverages which mixes in a tank a syrup with water containingcarbon dioxide dissolved under pressure before piping it by action of the carbon dioxidepressure to the dispensing valve.
1.3.17 Refrigerated liquid co, supply
An inert gas supply system consisting of a refrigerated liquid CO, storage tank，vaporizerand control equipment intended to supply CO, gas to a distribution system according to thisStandard.
NOTE: In this Standard, cryogenic storage vessels are included in this definition.1.3.18 Regulator board
Part of a distribution system consisting of two or more pressure regulators with highpressure supply and where each regulator supplies its own regulated low pressure pipesystem.
Indicates that a statement is mandatory.1.3.20 Should
Indicates a recommendation.1.3.21 Single cylinder supply
An inert gas supply system consisting of a single compressed gas cylinder and controlequipment intended to supply a distribution system according to this Standard.