ISO and NFPA standards are available from a number of sources. Use these links to search for and purchase fluid power standards:
- American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
- Document Center
- Information Handling Service (IHS)
- International Organization for Standardization (ISO) ISO standards only
- Sai Global
- Tech Street
Following is the list of fluid power ISO standards that have been updated and published for the first six months of 2015:
Pneumatic fluid power — Compressed air pressure regulators and filter-regulators — Part 2: Test methods to determine the main characteristics to be included in literature from suppliers.
Pneumatic fluid power — Compressed air pressure regulators and filter-regulators — Part 1: Main characteristics to be included in literature from suppliers and product-marking requirements.
Hydraulic fluid power — Cleanliness of components — Inspection document and principles related to contaminant extraction and analysis, and data reporting.
Fluid power systems — O-rings — Part 5: Specification of elastomeric materials for industrial applications.
Hydraulic fluid power — Mounting dimensions for cylinders, 10 MPa (100 bar) series.
Hydraulic fluid power — Filter elements — Method for end load test.
To learn about NFPA and the ISO Standards (draft, published, or withdrawn) relevant to fluid power go to NFPA’s Standards Locator.
For more information on how you can get involved in the development of fluid power standards, please contact Denise Rockhill.
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