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ASTM - ASTM D4438 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF CATALYSTS AND CATALYST CARRIERS BY ELECTRONIC COUNTING Organization: ASTM
Date: 2013-12-01
Description: This test method covers the determination of particle size distribution of catalyst and catalyst carrier particles using an electroconductive sensing method and is one of several valuable methods for the measurement of particle size.
ASTM - ASTM D5757 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF ATTRITION OF FCC CATALYSTS BY AIR JETS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2011-11-15
Description: This test method covers the determination of the relative attrition characteristics of FCC catalysts by means of air jet attrition. Other fine powder catalysts can be analyzed by this test method but the precision of this test method has been determined only for FCC catalysts.
SSPC PS GUIDE 17.00 - GUIDE FOR SELECTING URETHANE PAINTING SYSTEMS - EDITORIAL REVISIONS NOVEMBER 1, 2004 Organization: SSPC
Date: 1982-11-01
Description: Two-Package Catalyzed Urethane Coating (Type IV): This coating contains isocyanate terminated prepolymers which cure by reaction with a low molecular weight reactive catalyst. One package contains a prepolymer similar to Type II; the second package contains a relatively small quantity of catalyst to accelerate the room temperature cure.
API PUBL 4179 - TRACE LEAD CONTENT OF UNLEADED GASOLINES CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE PROPOSALS Organization: API
Date: 1973-06-01
Description: While the proposed lead restriction is higher than the limit of 0.02 to 0.03 grams per gallon suggested by some automobile companies and exhaust control catalyst manufacturers, it is significantly lower than the 0.07 grams/gallon maximum allowed for unleaded gasoline as defined by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) which is used as a guide by oil companies.
ASTM - ASTM B656 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR AUTOCATALYTIC (ELECTROLESS) NICKEL-PHOSPHORUS DEPOSITION ON METALS FOR ENGINEERING USE Organization: ASTM
Date: 1991-03-15
Description: 1.2 Autocatalytic nickel deposits covered in this guide are alloys of nickel and phosphorus produced by autocatalytic chemical reduction with hypophosphite. Because the nickel deposit is a catalyst for the reaction, the process is self-sustaining.
ASTM - ASTM D2272 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR OXIDATION STABILITY OF STEAM TURBINE OILS BY ROTATING PRESSURE VESSEL Organization: ASTM
Date: 2014-10-01
Description: This test method2 utilizes an oxygen-pressured vessel to evaluate the oxidation stability of new and in-service turbine oils having the same composition (base stock and additives) in the presence of water and a copper catalyst coil at 150°C. Appendix X1 describes a new optional turbine oil (unused) sample nitrogen purge pretreatment procedure for determining the percent residual ratio of RPVOT value for the pretreated sample divided by RPVOT value of the new (untreated) oil, sometimes referred to as a "% RPVOT Retention."
ASTM - ASTM B733 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR AUTOCATALYTIC (ELECTROLESS) NICKEL-PHOSPHORUS COATINGS ON METAL Organization: ASTM
Date: 2015-11-01
Description: The coatings are alloys of nickel and phosphorus produced by autocatalytic chemical reduction with hypophosphite. Because the deposited nickel alloy is a catalyst for the reaction, the process is self-sustaining.
SAE J2616 - TESTING PERFORMANCE OF THE FUEL PROCESSOR SUBSYSTEM OF AN AUTOMOTIVE FUEL CELL SYSTEM Organization: SAE
Date: 2011-08-01
Description: The FPS would be evaluated in a test facility that is designed to evaluate a stand-alone component rather than a portion of the reformer such as a specific catalyst or a particular vessel design. Any fuel(s) mutually agreed to by the test parties can be sued such as 1) straight run gasoline (EPA Fuel-CARB reformulated gasoline Tier II, 30ppm sulfur), or 2) methanol or 3) hydrocarbon fuel such as iso-octane, naptha, diesel, liquefied natural gas (LNG) or LPG (propane), etc.
NACE SP0170 - PROTECTION OF AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEELS AND OTHER AUSTENITIC ALLOYS FROM POLYTHIONIC ACID STRESS CORROSION CRACKING DURING A SHUTDOWN OF REFINERY EQUIPMENT - ITEM NO. 21002 Organization: NACE
Date: 2012-06-23
Description: Heater tube temperatures should be monitored to ensure they remain above the water dew point temperature.2 (1) ASTM International (ASTM), 100 Bar Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959.
GMNA - 9986493 - ADHESIVE/SEALANT, SILICONE, ROOM TEMPERATURE VULCANIZING, ALKOXY CURE FOR ENGINE SEALING - ISSUE 1 Organization: GMNA
Date: 2016-02-01
Description: This silicone adhesive/sealant requires no catalyst or heat to cure. When applied wet (uncured), it reacts with moisture in the air (condensation cure) releasing an alcohol (methanol) by-product and fully cures to an elastomeric product, adhering to most clean surfaces without need of a primer.
GMNA - 9982257 - ADHESIVE/SEALANT, ROOM TEMPERATURE VULCANIZING, OXIME CURE FOR ENGINE SEALING APPLICATIONS - ISSUE 3 Organization: GMNA
Date: 2016-11-01
Description: Reference Oil ASTM SF105. The current supply of ASTM SF105 will be exhausted by May 2018 as the base stock oil is no longer available.
GMNA - 9986350 - ADHESIVE/SEALANT, ROOM TEMPERATURE VULCANIZING, ALKOXY CURE FOR ENGINE SEALING - ISSUE 2 Organization: GMNA
Date: 2016-02-01
Description: This standard describes the material and performance requirements of a one component, room temperature vulcanizing (RTV), silicone rubber formed-in-place gasket (FIPG) for use in GM assembly plant operations and service. This adhesive/sealant requires no catalyst or heat to cure. When applied, it reacts with moisture in the air releasing an alcohol (methanol) by-product and fully cures to an elastomeric product, adhering to most clean surfaces without need of a primer.

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