Hydraulic Fluid Power — Dimensions and Requirements of Quick-Action Couplings Standard Updated

ISO 7241:2014 which specifies the interface dimensions and basic performance requirements for two series of hydraulic quick-action couplings has recently been published.

This Standard provides users of hydraulic components with a standardized method to help reduce the environmental impact of fluid power components and systems.

The two series of hydraulic quick-action couplings are in widespread use and have similar technological advantages. Series A is used predominantly in Europe and is preferred worldwide for agricultural and forestry machinery, and also specifies additional requirements for use in agricultural machinery applications covered in ISO 5675. Series B is used predominantly in North America and in the chemical industry.

Go to NFPA’s Standards Locator to find additional information about NFPA and ISO Standards (draft, published, or withdrawn) relevant to fluid power. You can search using one or more of the following parameters: topic, developer, title, scope and document number. Search results will provide you with additional information about each standard, including its scope, current status, price and the committee involved.

The ISO/TC 131, Fluid power systems, Subcommittee SC 4, Connectors and similar products and components is responsible for this document. Click here to learn how you can get involved with Standards development.

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