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    g proof of filling station including awning mostly adopt lightningproof belt based on lightning condition of building and construction. It would be more economical. Metal pipe and line that connected indoors possibly generate spark and ignite vapor in some intervals of them as being attacked by direct lightning and lightning induction, resulting in explosion or fire. Thereby, this item of regulations is necessary. According to testing the burring fuel dispenser length exceeding 50m at outdoors or 100m indoors or at least two grounding points with no more than 20 in lead pipe will largely reduce high electric potential indoors. Article II Wiring system The power load degree in filling station is Class III. Power supply adopts 380V/220V in station. Mini internal-combustion generator is adopted as power supply. Its exhaust pipe mounts exhausting fire-resistance device. Horizontal distance from exhaust pipe to each explosion area should comply with the stipulation: if exhaust outlet under 4.5m ground the distance no less than 5m; if high than 4.5m, the distance no less than 3m. Electric line in filling station should adopt cable and burry, using steel pipe as line through vehicle road. If there are many lines a cable tunnel is suggested to use, filling with sand, exclusive other pipes. Article III Earth wire and grounding system The steel tank used for storing Class A oil should mount static- fuel dispenser proof grounding device. The lightning conductor similarly used for this function. The starting and end point of delivery pipeline in tunnel or at ground should set static-proof and lightning induction device, grounding resistance no more than 30Ω. The vehicle tank discharge area in filling station should set static-proof grounding device, resistance no more than 100Ω. The design of static—proof grounding in forecourt should comply with the relevant stipulation of current national standard The Design and construction of forecourt. Article IV Vapor-Recovery system Along with the number of vehicle and filling stati fuel dispenser

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    1_2.22   DISPENSER APPLICATION   Page: 61   CALCULATOR DATABASE   DB_Ad = C_DAT (01H)   Data Field Type ReadWrite MO   Data El fuel dispenser ement Name   Description   _Id (Values) in State   6 Bcd4 R(1-9) M   Country_Code   (06H) W(1-2)   Country where the dispenser is installed.   The Country_Code uses the International PTT dialling   code from the country where it is or the ISO 3166   standard.   Examples of International PTT dialling codes are:   0030-Greece 0031-Netherlands 0032-Belgium 0033-   France 0034-Spain 0351-Portugal 0352-Luxembourg   0353-Ireland 0354-Iceland 0358-Finland 0359-Bulgaria   0036-Hungary 0039-Italy 0040-Rumania 0041-   Switzerland 0042-Czech 004 fuel dispenser 3-Austria 0044-United   Kingdom 0045-Denmark 0046-Sweden 0047-Norway   0048-Poland 0049-Germany 0090-Turkey   When the ISO 3166 standard is used the most significant   digit must be set to 9 and the other three less significant   digits must be set to the respective countries ISO 3166   three digit code (i.e. 9xxx). This allows the reading device   to establish that the country code being returned is   following the ISO 3166 convention.   Please n fuel dispenser

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    e can be compared with a ready-made control group the otherwise identical families that did not. This makes it possible for the study to distinguish cause and effect; to isolate the impact of title from all the other confounding factors. The results of the experiment are mixed. Secure land rights do encourage the poor to build their nests. But even in a relatively advanced country such as Argentina, title is not enough in itself to animate t fuel dispenser he dead capital interred in land and property. The landowning families invested more in their homes, which had noticeably better walls and roofs. They were also more likely to lay concrete pavements. But the titled households enjoyed no better access to bank loans, credit cards or bank accounts, and only 4% of them managed to acquire a mortgage. Disappointing, but not surprising, Messrs Galiani and Schargrodsky argue. Argentine banks tend to lend only to workers with high wages and a stable job. Titled or not, the former squatters still fell well below the official poverty line. The cost of making and enforcing a loan contract might exceed the modest sums they were able to borrow. Others say the experiment might be too recent to deliver a conclusive verdict. The government did not allow the newly entitled families to transfer their land for a decade, thus by the time they answered the economists survey in 2003, they had enjoyed full fuel dispenser rights to their property for seven years, not 17. The credit market has also been slow to respond to a much bigger urban-titling movement in Peru, carried out by the government with the help of Mr de Soto s think-tank, the Institute for Liberty and Democracy (ILD). The campaign had awarded over 1.5m titles by July 2006. But it did not do them all at once. Erica Field of Harvard University and Maximo Torero, of the International Food Policy Research Institute, have compared 536 households served before March 2000 with another 1,180 households that had yet to be reached by that date, on the assumption that little else fuel dispenser