SAE v SAE V SAE v C The basic performance characteristics of greatest interest are airflow restriction or pressure drop, dust collection efficiency, dust capacity, and air cleaner structural integrity. This test code, therefore, addresses itself to the measurement of these parameters. The objective of the test code is to provide a uniform means for evaluating the performance characteristics of air cleaners on bench test equipment.
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Contact us with questions. Particle counting is a mainstay of contamination control in hydraulic, automotive, and aerospace applications. The nominal specific gravity is 2. To the best of our knowledge since we are an active global distributor of all test dusts, ISO test dust is a non- contaminant and non-hazardous Class 60 material. This test method is divided into two procedures. The small particle procedure, using fine dust is performed to ascertain the ability of equipment to resist the effects of fine particles which may penetrate into cracks, crevices, bearings, and joints.
The blowing sand test, using coarse particles, is performed to determine whether equipment can be stored and operated under blowing sand conditions without experiencing degradation of its performance, effectiveness, reliability, and maintainability due to the abrasion or clogging effect of large, sharp-edged particles.
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The purpose of this test code is to establish and specify uniform testing procedures, conditions, equipment, and a performance report to permit the direct laboratory performance comparison of dry type and oil bath type air cleaners, respectively. Your Alert Profile lists the documents that will be monitored. If the document is revised or amended, you will be notified by email. You may delete a document from your Alert Profile at any time. This standard is also available to be included in Standards Subscriptions.
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The production of Test Dusts is one of Particle Technology's critical operations. Our test dusts are used world wide for the testing and certification of a wide range of equipment such as automotive and aerospace engines, filtration systems and machinery. Test Dust can also be manufactured to simulate the range of Arizona Test Dusts and to meet specific requirements of the customer whatever the distribution and composition. Standard Test Dusts are available to create an environment from the desert to the city, from gas pipeline to aviation fuel, from railways to aircraft. This allows you as the customer to test your products in real life situations in order to achieve product superiority.