New Fluid Power Standard Published

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 connections for fluid power and general use — Part 1: 24° cone connectors

Questions about recently published fluid power standards? Interested in getting involved in standards? Visit NFPA’s website or contact Denise Husenica at dhusinica@nfpa.com.

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