International Standard
ISO 12209:2013
Gas cylinders — Outlet connections for gas cylinder valves for compressed breathable air
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ISO 12209:2013
Edition 1
2013-09
International Standard
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ISO 12209:2013
55932
Published (Edition 1, 2013)
This standard was last reviewed and confirmed in 2024. Therefore this version remains current.
This standard has 1 amendment.

ISO 12209:2013

ISO 12209:2013
55932
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CHF 96
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Abstract

ISO 12209:2013 specifies the characteristics of outlet connections for gas cylinder valves for compressed breathable air gas cylinders. It states the fundamental requirements for both; the connection and its components and includes basic dimensions. Included in ISO 12209:2013 the following connections:

a) yoke type outlet connection for SCUBA use up to a maximum cylinder working pressure of 232 bar;

b) threaded type outlet connections up to a maximum cylinder working pressure of 232 bar and 300 bar; and

c) threaded type outlet connection for SCUBA use up to a maximum cylinder working pressure of 232 bar including adaptor for users to convert into a yoke type outlet.

Annex A gives the outlet connection type test procedures.

Requirements for cylinder valves (see ISO 10297) are not covered by ISO 12209:2013.

Requirements for material specifications and gas/material compatibility (see ISO 11114‑1 and ISO 11114‑2) are not covered by ISO 12209:2013.

General information

  •  : Published
     : 2013-09
    : International Standard confirmed [90.93]
  •  : 1
     : 18
  • ISO/TC 58/SC 2
    23.020.35 
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 Amendments

Amendments are issued when it is found that new material may need to be added to an existing standardization document. They may also include editorial or technical corrections to be applied to the existing document.

Amendment 1

Outlet connection up to a maximum cylinder working pressure of 500 bar

Edition 2016

ISO 12209:2013/Amd 1:2016
65514
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CHF 18
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