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SAE - SAE J363 - FILTER-BASE MOUNTING Organization: SAE
Date: 2012-05-01
Description: This SAE Recommended Practice identifies the necessary dimensional characteristics of filter-base mounting configurations to accept the more commonly used lubricating oil and diesel fuel spin-on filters. This SAE document is basically equivalent to the ISO 6415-1987 and ISO 7654-1983 except for differences detailed in the Rationale.
FORD WSP-M2C197-A - LUBRICANT, REAR AXLE HYPOID, THERMALLY STABLE, SAE 80W-90 ***TO BE USED WITH FORD WSS-M99P1111-A*** Organization: FORD
Date: 2010-05-13
Description: The material defined by this specification is a solvent refined petroleum base lubricant blended with thermally stable sulfur/ phosphorus/nitrogen/boron extreme pressure additives. The oil has improved thermal and oxidation stability and functions at SAE J2360 / MIL –PRF-2105E performance level.
NPFC - MIL-PRF-23699 - LUBRICATING OIL, AIRCRAFT TURBINE ENGINE, SYNTHETIC BASE, NATO CODE NUMBERS: O-152, O-154, O-156, AND O-167 Organization: NPFC
Date: 2014-03-13
Description: This specification covers four classes of gas turbine engine lubricating oils, primarily used for aircraft engines, which have a nominal viscosity of 5 centistokes at 100 °C and which are typically made with neopentyl polyol ester base stocks. This oil is identified by NATO Code Numbers O-152, O-154, O-156, and O-167.
SAE - SAE J1019 - TESTS AND PROCEDURES FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE TRANSMISSION OIL HOSE, ENGINE LUBRICATING OIL HOSE, AND HOSE ASSEMBLIES Organization: SAE
Date: 2007-09-01
Description: Rationale—The only test in SAE J1019 that is presently used is the hot oil circulation test. SAE J1019 is no longer required since the hot oil circulation test is now in SAE J1405.
SAE - SAE J2631 - DEFINING HYDRAULIC OIL COMPATIBILITY WITH HYDRAULIC HOSE ELASTOMERS Organization: SAE
Date: 2011-10-01
Description: This SAE Information Report is intended to provide the hydraulic oil manufacturer and hydraulic equipment manufacturer with information that can be used predicting the relative impact that non petroleum based hydraulic oils may have on the hose elastomers in the existing system.
GMNA - GM6150M - FUEL AND OIL RESISTANT TUBING DOUBLE WALL NONREINFORCED - ISSUE 3; DO NOT USE ON NEW PROGRAMS; REPLACED BY GMW17507 Organization: GMNA
Date: 2016-10-01
Description: Tubing fur-nished to this specifir.ahon shall conform to thedimen-sons and tolerances shown in Table 1 for the size (nominal inside diameter) specified by the purchaser (conforms to SAE J30 (SAE 30R1)) Note: Tube cover wall thickness shall be between 25 and 40 % of total wall thickness.
ASTM D6157 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR DETERMINING THE PERFORMANCE OF OIL/WATER SEPARATORS SUBJECTED TO A SUDDEN RELEASE Organization: ASTM
Date: 1997-07-10
Description: It adopts No. 2 fuel oil with a density2 of 845 kg/ m3 (52.73 lbm/ft3) and a viscosity2 of 1.9 to 4.1 centistokes at 40 °C (104 °F) and SAE 90 lubricating oil with a density (See SAE J313) of 930 kg/m3 (58 lb m/ft3) at 15.5 °C (60 °F) and a viscosity (See SAE J306) of 13.5 to <24 centistokes at 100 °C (212 °F) as the comparative testing media.
ASTM D6104 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR DETERMINING THE PERFORMANCE OF OIL/WATER SEPARATORS SUBJECTED TO SURFACE RUN-OFF Organization: ASTM
Date: 1997-07-10
Description: It is understood that the results obtained from this practice are only directly applicable to No. 2 fuel oil and SAE 90 lubricating oil for the tested concentrations and only careful interpolation or extrapolation, or both, is allowed to other hydrocarbons.
FORD WSS-M2C940-A - LUBRICANT, LIMITED SLIP REAR AXLE HYPOID, SAE 85W-140 ***TO BE USED WITH FORD WSS-M99P1111-A*** Organization: FORD
Date: 2005-11-11
Description: The material defined by this specification is a solvent refined petroleum base lubricant blended with sulfur/phosphorus/nitrogen extreme pressure and a friction modifier additive. The oil has improved oxidation stability and functions at MIL-L-2105D and API GL-5 performance levels.
FORD WSP-M2C201-A - LUBRICANT, FRONT AXLE HYPOID, THERMALLY STABLE, SAE 75W-90 ***TO BE USED WITH FORD WSS-M99P1111-A*** Organization: FORD
Date: 2010-08-10
Description: The material defined by this specification is a solvent refined petroleum base lubricant blended with thermally stable sulfur/ phosphorus/nitrogen/boron extreme pressure additive. The oil has improved thermal and oxidation stability and functions at MIL-L-2105D and API GL-5 performance Levels.
FORD ESE-M2C123-A - LUBRICANT, EXTREME PRESSURE OIL ***TO BE USED WITH FORD WSS-M99P1111-A*** Organization: FORD
Date: 2009-10-26
Description: The material defined by this specification is an SAE 140 (GL-5) gear lubricant compounded with solvent refined petroleum base stocks with a sulfur-phosphorus extreme pressure additive plus chlorine and zinc.
FORD WSS-M2C939-A - LUBRICANT, REAR AXLE, THERMALLY STABLE, API GL 6 TYPE ***TO BE USED WITH FORD WSS-M99P1111-A*** Organization: FORD
Date: 2010-02-12
Description: The material defined by this specification is a thermally stable, SAE 90, API GL 6 type axle lubricant using a mineral oil base fluid compounded with extreme pressure, anti-corrosion, anti-oxidant, and mechanical limited slip differential additives.
SAE - SAE J1807 - HYDRAULIC POWER ASSIST BRAKE BOOSTER TEST PROCEDURE Organization: SAE
Date: 2012-02-01
Description: Purpose - This document specifies minimum test standards for direct acting hydraulic power assist brake boosters of current established designs utilizing mineral oil based hydraulic fluids. It is applicable to assemblies from commercial production and after production shipment.
AGMA 14FTM19 - APPLICATION OF ICME TO OPTIMIZE METALLURGY AND IMPROVE PERFORMANCE OF CARBURIZABLE STEELS Organization: AGMA
Date: 2014-10-01
Description: All four Ferrium alloys are commercially available from Carpenter Technology and have been awarded SAE AMS numbers for procurement. QuesTek has also designed several other high performance alloys using ICME technologies, including a stainless nitridable bearing and gear steel and alloys for additive manufacturing applications.
SAE - SAE J200 - CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM FOR RUBBER MATERIALS Organization: SAE
Date: 2015-06-01
Description: These designations are determined by types, based on resistance to heat aging, and classes, based on resistance to swelling by oil. Basic levels are thus established which, together with values describing additional requirements, permit complete description of the quality of all rubber materials.
NPFC - MIL-DTL-32372 - FITTING, ADAPTER, HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC, NPTF TO ORFS CONNECTORS, 1500 TO 3000 PSI AND -65°F TO 250°F Organization: NPFC
Date: 2016-09-28
Description: The fittings covered by this document are intended for fluid flow conveyance systems, for land based and marine applications. The fluids can be hydraulic, fuel, oil, and lubrication.
ASTM D2000 - STANDARD CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM FOR RUBBER PRODUCTS IN AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2012-01-01
Description: These designations are determined by types, based on resistance to heat aging, and classes, based on resistance to swelling in oil.
SAE - SAE AIR1871 - (R) LESSONS LEARNED FROM DEVELOPING, IMPLEMENTING, AND OPERATING A HEALTH MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR PROPULSION AND DRIVE TRAIN SYSTEMS Organization: SAE
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: This document provides an overview of the lessons learned for ground-based systems, oil debris monitoring systems, lubrication systems, and Health and Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS) for military and commercial programs.
GMNA - GM6433M - PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR ENGINE COVER GASKETS - ISSUE 4; DO NOT USE ON NEW PROGRAMS; REPLACED BY GMW17377 Organization: GMNA
Date: 2015-05-01
Description: Beware of engine conditions prone to consistent oil dilution with fuel (≥5%). Although not oil resistant, the approved EPDM compound is used only in unique designs where coolant passages in an oil environment are part of the gasket function.
SAE - SAE AIR5784 - A REVIEW OF LITERATURE ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GAS TURBINE ENGINE LUBRICANTS AND AIRCRAFT CABIN AIR QUALITY Organization: SAE
Date: 2002-03-01
Description: Concern was also voiced in the aviation lubricants world at the way in which OP additives in turbine lubricants were being blamed in some reports for the symptoms being experienced by air crew and passengers. SAE Committee E-34 therefore decided that it should gather as much available information on the subject as possible.

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