Vapor Recovery Certification Phase II EVR Executive Orders
This page updated September 2, 2015
Executive Order VR-202-S
|Manufacturing Performance Standards and Specifications|
|Determination of Static Pressure Performance of the Healy Clean Air Separator|
|Vapor to Liquid Volume Ratio|
|Nozzle Bag Test Procedure|
|Required Items in Conducting TP-201.3|
|Veeder-Root ISD Operability Test Procedure|
|FFS INCON ISD Operability Test Procedure|
|Liquid Condensate Trap Compliance Test Procedure|
|Veeder-Root Maintenance Tracker (Optional)|
|Below-Grade Vaulted Tank Configuration|
Maintenance Manual (IOM)
Full IOM VR-202-R Download [PDF - 33.0 MB]
|Table of Contents|
|Clean Air Separator Pressure Management System|
|Inverted Coaxial Hoses
|Dispensers with Healy Model
VP1000 Vacuum Pump
|Liquid Condensate Trap
|INCON/FFS Vapor Recovery
March 18, 2015 Letter to Franklin Fueling Systems and Veyance Technologies requiring the use of EVR certified low permeation replacement hoses for Assist Phase II EVR systems.
Nozzle Advertising Product
August 1, 2012 letter to allow over media for Healy 900 nozzles
July 14, 2011 Letter to GA Ninety to use the EasyGrip reconnection clamp to reconnect the Healy 8701VV Breakaway
Healy 795 Reconnection Clamp
June 22, 2011 Letter to Franklin Fueling Systems to implement design change to the Healy 795 Reconnection Clamp
Franklin Fueling Systems Request for Spout Modification, New Spout Epoxy and Epoxy Curing Procedure.Franklin Fueling Systems Request to Use New Vendor for Their Model 900 EVR Nozzle Casting
September 18, 2007 Letter to Franklin Fueling Systems to implement VP-1000 design improvements.
August 2, 2007 letter clarifying that the Healy Clean Air Separator may be painted any color.
related to VR-202
April 29, 2005 letter to WSPA clarifying that the Healy Clean Air Separator is not an Aboveground Storage Tank under CA State Law.