Tag Archives: standards development

fluid power standardization
Standardization development continues in the field of fluid power systems and components. TC 131 - the technical committee directly responsible for fluid power has 224 published ISO standards to date.  There are 49 standards currently under development. The following ISO standards were recently published: Subcommittee 3 – Cylinders ISO 6099:2018 Fluid power systems and components...

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SC6 meetings in China
The TC 131 Subcommittee 6 - Contamination Control met in Xinxiang, China this past week to further work on fluid power standards development in that area. Participating countries included China, Japan, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, and the United States. NFPA would like to thank the CFPC for hosting the meetings. A few notable projects...

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fluid power standardization
Standardization development continues in the field of fluid power systems and components. TC 131 - the technical committee directly responsible for fluid power - has 224 published ISO standards to date. There are 49 standards currently under development. The following ISO standards were published in the past six months: Subcommittee 3 – Cylinders ISO 8139:2018...

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fluid power standardization
Two TC 131 subcommittees and seven working groups focusing on sealing devices, hydraulic cylinders, and connectors met in Frankfurt this past week to further work on hydraulic and pneumatic standards development. Participating countries included Germany, United States, United Kingdom, Japan, Sweden, China, Portugal, and Turkey. NFPA would like to thank the VDMA for hosting the...

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fluid power standardization
The U.S. Technical Advisory Group (TAG) to Subcommittee 6 - Contamination Control recently met in Memphis, Tennessee. Twenty-nine committee members came together to continue work on contamination-related standards, focusing on deliverables for the upcoming TC 131/SC6 meetings in Xinxiang, China, where three representatives from the U.S. TAG will meet with worldwide engineering counterparts. Two major...

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fluid power standardization
Work continues in the ISO Technical Committee 131 – Fluid power systems, Subcommittee 6 – Contamination Control and in the U.S. Technical Advisory Group (TAG) to this subcommittee to revise ISO 11171, Calibration of automatic particle counters for liquids. Round robin testing is being conducted in parallel with the revision to support NIST’s development of SRM 2806d...

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fluid power standardization
The U.S. Technical Advisory (TAG) to Subcommittee 4 – Connectors and Couplings recently met in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Thirty-two committee members came together to continue the U.S. ISO standards fluid power connectors-related development work. The committee members focused their efforts on the deliverables for the upcoming fall TC 131/SC 4 meetings in Frankfurt, Germany. In October,...

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fluid power standardization
Standardization development continues in the field of fluid power systems and components. TC 131, the technical committee directly responsible for fluid power, has 224 published ISO standards to date. There are 49 standards currently under development. The following ISO standards were published this past month: Subcommittee 4 – Connectors (couplings) ISO 8434-1: 2018 Metallic tube...

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fluid power standardization
Standardization development continues in the field of fluid power systems and components. TC 131 - the technical committee directly responsible for fluid power has 224 published ISO standards to date. There are 49 currently under development. The following ISO standards were published this past month: Subcommittee 4 – Connectors (couplings) ISO 6164:2018 Hydraulic fluid power...

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Salt Lake City
The U.S. Technical Advisory Group (TAG) on contamination control continued development of several fluid power filter-related ISO standards and interlaboratory tests at its recent meetings in Salt Lake City. Three projects in particular came to the forefront: Work continues in the revision of ISO 11171, Calibration of automatic particle counters for liquids. A round robin is going on...

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