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ARMY - UFGS-33 52 43.28 - FILTER SEPARATOR, AVIATION FUELING SYSTEM Organization: ARMY
Date: 2010-11-01
Description: NOTE: This guide specification covers the requirements for filter separators and fuel quality monitors used in aircraft refueling systems constructed to the requirements of the DoD Type III/IV/V, and Cut'n Cover Hydrant Refueling System Standards.
API/IP SPEC 1581 - SPECIFICATIONS AND QUALIFICATION PROCEDURES FOR AVIATION JET FUEL FILTER/SEPARATORS - FIFTH EDITION; ADDENDUM 20TH, DECEMBER 2006; NOW COPYRIGHTED BY EI *TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: API
Date: 2002-07-01
Description: (a) This publication specifies the minimum performance and mechanical requirements and the testing and qualification procedures for aviation jet fuel filter/separators with flow rates ranging up to 9 500 lpm (2 500 gpm).
SAE ARP1400 - (R) RECOMMENDED PRACTICES FOR LUBRICATING OIL FILTERS, GENERAL AVIATION RECIPROCATING ENGINE (PISTON TYPE) AIRCRAFT Organization: SAE
Date: 1999-11-01
Description: This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) establishes the requirements for lubricating oil filters for general aviation reciprocating engine applications with lubricating oil systems normally operating in a pressure range of 345 to 689 kPa (50 to100 psig).
API/IP SPEC 1583 ADD - SPECIFICATIONS AND LABORATORY TESTS FOR AVIATION FUEL FILTER MONITORS WITH ABSORBENT TYPE ELEMENTS - PER SDO NO LONGER AVAILABLE FOR SALE * FOURTH EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2005-04-01
Description: Operators using such additives in aviation fuels are recommended to ensure for themselves the performance capabilities of filtration equipment by contacting the filter manufacturer for such information. The performance of filter monitor elements in absorbing water may be affected by environmental parameters such as the salinity of the free water and fuel/water temperature and the type of absorbing material that is utilized.
NAVY - MIL-F-24666 - FILTER ELEMENT, SHIP FUEL SYSTEM PRE-FILTER, NON-CLEANABLE, HIGH EFFICIENCY Organization: NAVY
Date: 1986-08-19
Description: This specification covers high efficiency filter elements for use in navy distillate fuel, F-76 conforming to MIL-F-16884 or turbine fuel, aviation grade, JP-5 conforming to MIL-T-5624 (see 6.1). The filter elements covered by this specification are intended for use as protection fox filter/coalescers qualified to MIL-F-8901 and MIL-F-15618 in ships fuel service system pre-filter assemblies.
NPFC - MIL-PRF-81380 - FILTER/MONITOR, CONTAMINATION, HELICOPTER IN-FLIGHT REFUELING SYSTEM Organization: NPFC
Date: 2015-06-25
Description: This specification covers aviation fuel contamination filter/monitor elements only for existing Helicopter In-Flight Refueling (HIFR) housings and should not be used for new construction or existing ground handling systems. This specification covers aviation fuel contamination filter/monitor elements for existing Helicopter In-Flight Refueling (HIFR) housings only and is not to be used for new construction or existing ground handling systems.
AIR FORCE - MIL-F-38007D - FILTER ELEMENT, FLUID, PRESSURE MXU-233/E Organization: AIR FORCE
Date: 1971-05-06
Description: The MXU-233/E filter element is intended for use as a replacement item in ground aviation liquid fuel filtering and servicing systems. This filter element is intended to replace the Warner-Lewis Division of Fram Corporation part No.
AIR FORCE - MIL-F-27707H - FILTER ELEMENT, FLUID PRESSURE FFU-5/E Organization: AIR FORCE
Date: 1971-06-07
Description: The FFU-5/E filter element is intended for use as a replacement item in ground aviation liquid fuel filtering and servicing systems. This filter element and canister are intended to replace Bowser-Briggs Division part No. 47B37 and A2653 elements and canisters in the Bowser, Incorporated, Bowser-Briggs Division model 842D-300 and 842D-600 filter-separators.
API/EI 1550 - HANDBOOK ON EQUIPMENT USED FOR THE MAINTENANCE AND DELIVERY OF CLEAN AVIATION FUEL - FIRST EDITION; NOW COPYRIGHTED BY EI * TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: API
Date: 2007-10-01
Description: This publication provides information for: • Designers of aviation fuel handling systems (including aviation filter systems and other fuel cleanliness monitoring/control equipment).
SAE ARP1827 - MEASURING AIRCRAFT GAS TURBINE ENGINE FINE FUEL FILTER ELEMENT PERFORMANCE Organization: SAE
Date: 2014-11-01
Description: It is intended for non-cleanable (disposable), fine fuel filter elements used in aviation gas turbine engine fuel systems. Purpose Variation in filter element testing methods and requirements make comparison of performance results difficult.
ASSE/SAFE - ANSI ASSE Z88.7 - COLOR CODING OF AIR-PURIFYING RESPIRATOR CANISTERS, CARTRIDGES, AND FILTERS Organization: ASSE/SAFE
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: These requirements do not apply to and shall not be used to identify canisters, cartridges or filters for: a) aviation respirators, b) military respirators, c) non-high efficiency filters, or d) un-encapsulated respirator filters (e.g. filtering facepieces) except for high efficiency filters.
NPFC - MIL-PRF-15618 - FILTER-SEPARATOR, FLUID, PRESSURE, AVIATION AND DISTILLATE FUEL, NAVAL SHIPBOARD Organization: NPFC
Date: 2015-11-24
Description: This specification covers filter-separator assembly for use in shipboard fuel systems. The filter-separator assembly described in this specification, with filter elements qualified to MIL-PRF-32148, is intended for use onboard Naval ships to remove solids and water from fuel systems.
ISO 14085-3 - AEROSPACE SERIES - HYDRAULIC FILTER ELEMENTS - TEST METHODS - PART 3: FILTRATION EFFICIENCY AND RETENTION CAPACITY - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2015-03-01
Description: This part of ISO 14085 describes two methods to measure in repeatable conditions the filtration efficiency of filter elements used in aviation and aerospace hydraulic fluid systems. It can be applied when evaluating the overall characteristics of a filter element per ISO 14085-1, or separately.
API/IP SPEC 1582 - SPECIFICATION FOR SIMILARITY FOR API/IP 1581 AVIATION JET FUEL FILTER/SEPARATORS - FIRST EDITION; NOW COPYRIGHTED BY EI Organization: API
Date: 2001-02-01
Description: This publication applies to two-stage (filter and separator) and the filter/separator stages of multi-stage filter/separator systems. This publication does not apply to monitor and/or prefilter stages that may be present in multi-stage systems.
API/IP SPEC 1599 - LABORATORY TESTS AND MINIMUM PERFORMANCE LEVELS FOR AVIATION FUEL DIRT DEFENCE FILTERS - FIRST EDITION; NOW COPYRIGHTED BY EI Organization: API
Date: 2007-03-01
Description: Specific material requirements for the dirt defence filter element. 2. The performance testing of a dirt defence filter system. 3.
API/EI 1585 - GUIDANCE IN THE CLEANING OF AVIATION FUEL HYDRANT SYSTEMS AT AIRPORTS - SECOND EDITION; NOW COPYRIGHTED BY EI Organization: API
Date: 2007-11-01
Description: In general, only if users are experiencing shorter than normal fuelling vehicle filter element life, or are obtaining unsatisfactory samples upstream of their filters, need action be taken.
SAE ARP1109 - DYNAMIC TESTING SYSTEMS FOR OXYGEN BREATHING EQUIPMENT Organization: SAE
Date: 1997-09-01
Description: Types: Type I Mechanical breathing simulator (either bellows or piston type) only or sinusoidal patterns Type II Mechanical breathing simulator (generally cam-actuated, bellows or piston type or pre-programmed, servocontrolled) generating any shape of breathing pattern Type III Pneumatic breathing simulator pre-programmed, servocontrolled generating any shape of breathing pattern Classes: Class A Military aircraft oxygen systems Class B Transport category and General Aviation oxygen systems
SAE AIR790 - (R) CONSIDERATIONS ON ICE FORMATION IN AIRCRAFT FUEL SYSTEMS Organization: SAE
Date: 2006-08-01
Description: Water strictly in solution is not a serious problem in aviation fuel so long as it remains in solution. Entrained and free water are the most dangerous because of the potential of freezing on the surfaces of the fuel system.
ASTM D6217 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR PARTICULATE CONTAMINATION IN MIDDLE DISTILLATE FUELS BY LABORATORY FILTRATION Organization: ASTM
Date: 2011-05-01
Description: NOTE 1—Middle distillate fuels with flash points less than 38 °C have been ignited by discharges of static electricity when the fuels have been filtered through inadequately bonded or grounded membrane filter systems. See Test Methods D2276 and D5452 for means of determining particulate contamination in Specification D1655 aviation turbine fuels and other similar aviation fuels.
NPFC - MIL-DTL-22612 - DETECTOR, COMBINED CONTAMINATED FUEL Organization: NPFC
Date: 2015-01-29
Description: The light transmission through the two filters is measured by a light sensitive cell system. Determining the difference between the amount of light transmitted through the contaminated and clean filters establishes the level of solid contamination in the fuel.

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