ATRs (Anerkanntes Technisches Regelwerk, ATR) additionally recognised by BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing for the approval of design types of pressure receptacles for transport by sea in accordance with the IMDG-Code are as follows:

See in addition: Announcement on the use of standards prior to these standards being formally referenced in ADR/RID

2010

ATR D 1/10 (This ATR is replaced by ATR D 1/16)
Recognised technical code (Anerkanntes Technisches Regelwerk, ATR) for the construction, equipment, test, approval, marking and use of salvage pressure receptacles (see VkBl. Heft 22-2010; p. 568-580)
ATR D 2/10 (This national accepted technical regulation is not valid for new approvals any more. A production in accordance with already approved design types is accepted until end of 2016.)
Recognised technical code (Anerkanntes Technisches Regelwerk, ATR) for the construction, equipment, test, approval and marking as transportable pressure equipment of composite tubes with a seamless, with a hoop-wrapped and load sharing liner made of metallic materials, of a working pressure not exceeding 50 MPa (500 bar) and a water capacity not exceeding 450 L (see VkBl. Heft 17-2011; p. 632-637)
ATR D 3/10 (This national accepted technical regulation is not valid for new approvals any more. A production in accordance with already approved design types is accepted until end of 2016.)
Recognised technical code (Anerkanntes Technisches Regelwerk, ATR) for the construction, equipment, test, approval, and marking as transportable pressure equipment of composite tubes with a seamless, load sharing aluminium liner and a working pressure not exceeding 500 bar and a water capacity not exceeding 450 L (see VkBl. Heft 14-2010; p. 275-281)
ATR D 4/10 (This national accepted technical regulation is not valid for new approvals any more. A production in accordance with already approved design types is accepted until end of 2016.)
Recognised technical code (Anerkanntes Technisches Regelwerk, ATR) for the construction, equipment, test, approval and marking as transportable pressure equipment of composite tubes with a non-load sharing plastics liner with a working pressure not exceeding 500 bar and a water capacity not exceeding 450 L (see VkBl. Heft 23-2010; p. 611-622)

2011

ATR D 1/11 (This ATR is replaced by ATR D 1/14.)
Recognised technical code (Anerkanntes Technisches Regelwerk, ATR) for the construction, equipment, test, approval, marking and use of seamless sample pressure receptacles made of metallic materials as transportable pressure equipment (see VkBl. Heft 20-2011; p. 786-789)
ATR D 2/11 (This national accepted technical regulation is not valid for new approvals any more. A production in accordance with already approved design types is still permitted.)
Recognised technical code (Anerkanntes Technisches Regelwerk, ATR) for the construction, test, approval and marking of gas cylinder quick-release valves (see VkBl. Heft 1-2012; p. 30-33)

2013

ATR D 1/13
Recognized technical code (Anerkanntes Technisches Regelwerk, ATR) for the construction, equipment, test, approval and marking of not hand wheel operated ball valves as demountable accessories of transportable pressure equipment (see VkBl. Heft 7-2013; p. 278-281)

2015

ATR D 1/14 (This ATR replaces ATR D 1/11.)
Recognized technical code (Anerkanntes Technisches Regelwerk, ATR) for the construction, equipment, test, approval, marking and use of seamless sample pressure receptacles made of metallic materials as transportable pressure equipment; Revision of ATR D 1/11 (see VkBL. Heft 1-2015; p. 2)

2016

ATR D 1/16 (This ATR replaces ATR D 1/10.)
Recognized technical code (Anerkanntes Technisches Regelwerk, ATR) for the construction, equipment, testing, approval, marking and use of salvage pressure receptacles (see VkBL. Heft 17-2016; p. 562)

2021

ATR D 1/21
Recognized technical code (Anerkanntes Technisches Regelwerk, ATR) Transportable, fully wrapped carbon composite cylinders and tubes for hydrogen (ATR D 1/21; Announcement in "Verkehrsblatt" No. 9 from May 15th 2021, No. 111, p. 580)