Tag Archives: Standards

fluid power standardization
Since 1969, NFPA has worked to foster cooperation among users and manufacturers by being involved in the development of fluid power ISO standards. NFPA holds the secretariat of ISO Technical Committee 131, fluid power systems, and is responsible for 225 published ISO standards, of which 44 projects are currently under development. One of the strengths...

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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/TS 18409:2018 Hydraulic fluid...

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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 3 – Cylinders ISO 15552:2018 Pneumatic fluid power...

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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 4 – Connectors (couplings) ISO 6162-2:2018 Hydraulic...

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Standards Development
Savannah, Georgia was the site of the spring 2018 U.S. Technical Advisory (TAG) to Subcommittee 4 - Connectors and Couplings meeting.  Over 30 committee members came together to continue the U.S. ISO standards development work on all things fluid power connectors-related. The subcommittee is currently working on 28 standards at various stages of development. The...

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fluid power standardization
Since its founding, the NFPA and the fluid power industry have recognized the value of standards development to simplify the use of fluid power and help assure fluid power system integrity and safety. NFPA continues to serve as the focal point in representing U.S. interests in international standards development as the TC 131 fluid power...

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ISO standards development meetings in Switzerland
The Swiss Association for Standardization (SNV) in Winterthur, Switzerland was the host of the fall TC 131 fluid power systems ISO standards development meetings. Two subcommittees (Connectors and Contamination Control) and 11 working groups met to further the developmental progress on new work item proposals, systematic reviews of published standards, interlaboratory testing to validate current...

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standards meetings in Nashville and Madison
Last week was a busy week for two of NFPA’s fluid power U.S. technical advisory groups (TAGs). Technical Committee 131’s Subcommittee Six (SC 6) on contamination/filters met in Madison, Wisconsin and Subcommittee Four (SC 4) on connectors/couplings met in Nashville, Tennessee to continue ISO standardization work. SC 6 Updates The focus of the filters subcommittee...

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U.S. TAG to TC 131/SC 6
The U.S. Technical Advisory Group (TAG) for contamination control (TC 131/SC 6) met in June to continue their ISO standardization work in fluid power filtration. More than 30 NFPA TAG and SAE filter test engineering experts attended the three-day long meeting. Both NFPA and non-NFPA members, representing many fluid power-related companies, were in attendance -...

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ISO/TC 131 Meetings in San Antonio
Working Groups in San Antonio SC 1/WG 2 - Vocabulary SC 1/WG 4 - Product properties and classifications SC 7/WG 3 - Design criteria for O-ring standard applications SC 7/WG 4 - Rotary shaft lip type seals SC 7 - Sealing Devices SC 8/WG 13 - Positive-displacement pumps, motors and integral transmissions – Method of...

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