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Additional dangerous goods you can take to ‘amber’ ATFs

Additional dangerous goods you can take to ‘amber’ ATFs
From Saturday 1 September, you’ll be able to take heavy goods vehicles laden with compressed hydrogen and liquefied argon for ADR testing at amber ATFs.
This will be subject to satisfying product specific health and safety conditions.
Conditions for accepting 1049 compressed hydrogen
Amber ATFs will only be able to accept 1049 compressed hydrogen if:
• the presenter has correctly completed a revised VTG15 form
• all cylinders have been isolated and all pipework has been depressurised prior to inspection
• system pressure is reduced to a maximum of 40 bar prior to inspection
• the vehicle is leak tested within 24 hours of the test and is certified leak free on the VTG15 form
• the presenter provides a hydrogen detection monitor for the examiner to wear during the examination
Amber ATFs will only be able to accept 1951 liquefied argon if the presenter provides an oxygen deprivation monitor for the examiner to wear during the examination.

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