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The splitting into many sub documents that must be purchased seperately confuses me a little. Oh yes - and then there is ISO Some chapters apply only to manufacturers while others, called "application standards", apply to relief designers. You can easily find the topics covered in each capter by going to the internet. You can also find some good articles in trade journals that discuss ISO There are others, such as EN which applies to pressure vessel protection I particularly like that one.
PED simply says that you have to use a "harmonized standard", as opposed to the old country-specific standards. All harmonized standards are fully acceptable in all EU countries.
You can find this in the interpretation section posted on the PED website. Instead, they use a single term the name escapes me that places all of the tolerance on the low side below the MAWP. So, you have to fill out the specification data sheets a little differently. The EU standards allow relief devices, HIPS, and couple of other high-integrity control system alternatives that were legacy practices in old European standards.
You also mentioned ISO This is the same as API However, the contents those respective documents are exactly the same as the API documents.