|(a) The complete LNG engine fuel system shall be leak
(b) After installation, the piping and connections
that are subject to container pressure shall be checked with a non-ammonia
soap solution or a leak detector instrument after the equipment is
connected and pressurized to its 90% of the maximum allowable working
pressure of the container.
(c) If the completed LNG engine fuel system is leak
tested with natural gas, the testing shall be done under adequately
(d) If an LNG container is involved in an accident
or fire causing damage to the container, the container shall be replaced
or removed and returned to a currently licensed Category 15, 20, or
50 licensee to be inspected and retested in accordance with the original
manufacturer's specifications. The licensee who performs any repair,
modification, or testing of a container shall file LNG Form 2008 with
LP-Gas Operations before the container is returned to service.
(e) If a vehicle is involved in an accident or fire
causing damage to any part of the LNG engine fuel system, the system
shall be replaced or repaired as provided in these regulations and
retested before it is returned to service.