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  • BS 5540-1:1978

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    EVALUATING PARTICULATE CONTAMINATION OF HYDRAULIC FLUIDS - QUALIFYING AND CONTROLLING OF CLEANING METHODS FOR SAMPLE CONTAINERS

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Withdrawn date:  01-06-2005

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-1978

    Publisher:  British Standards Institution

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    Gives a procedure for qualifying and controlling cleaning methods for sample containers used with contaminational analysis techniques on hydraulic fluids used in industrial, mobile, marine and aerospace hydraulic fluid power applications. Sets out a means for ensuring that the accuracy of particulate contamination analyses in hydraulic fluid power systems is not degraded by a lack of sample container cleanliness.

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    Committee MCE/18
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher British Standards Institution
    Status Withdrawn

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    BS 6851:1987 METHOD FOR PREPARING A STATEMENT OF REQUIREMENTS FOR HYDRAULIC FLUID POWER FILTERS
    BS 3406-7:1988 METHODS FOR DETERMINATION OF PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION - RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SINGLE PARTICLE LIGHT INTERACTION METHODS
    BS 5540-6:1990 EVALUATING PARTICULATE CONTAMINATION OF HYDRAULIC FLUIDS - PART 6: METHOD OF CALIBRATING LIQUID AUTOMATIC PARTICLE-COUNT INSTRUMENTS (USING MONO-SIZED LATEX SPHERES)
    BS 3406-9:1997 METHODS FOR DETERMINATION OF PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION - RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE FILTER BLOCKAGE METHOD (MESH OBSCURATION)
    BS 5540-2:1992 EVALUATING PARTICULATE CONTAMINATION OF HYDRAULIC FLUIDS - METHOD OF CALIBRATING LIQUID AUTOMATIC PARTICLE COUNT INSTRUMENTS (USING AC FINE TEST DUST CONTAMINANT)
    BS 5540-2:1978 EVALUATING PARTICULATE CONTAMINATION OF HYDRAULIC FLUIDS - METHOD OF CALIBRATING LIQUID AUTOMATIC PARTICLE COUNT INSTRUMENTS (USING AC FINE TEST DUST CONTAMINANT)
    BS 5540-5:1987 EVALUATING PARTICULATE CONTAMINATION OF HYDRAULIC FLUIDS - METHOD OF REPORTING CONTAMINATION ANALYSIS DATA
    BS 5540-3:1978 EVALUATING PARTICULATE CONTAMINATION OF HYDRAULIC FLUIDS - METHODS OF BOTTLING FLUID SAMPLES
    BS 7265:1990 CODE OF PRACTICE FOR ASSESSING THE CLEANLINESS OF HYDRAULIC FLUID POWER COMPONENTS
    BS 6275-1:1982 HYDRAULIC FLUID POWER FILTER ELEMENTS - METHOD OF EVALUATING FILTRATION PERFORMANCE (MULTI PASS METHOD)

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    ISO 5598:2008 Fluid power systems and components Vocabulary
    ISO 4405:1991 Hydraulic fluid power — Fluid contamination — Determination of particulate contamination by the gravimetric method
    ISO 4407:2002 Hydraulic fluid power — Fluid contamination — Determination of particulate contamination by the counting method using an optical microscope
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