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NAVY - AN5822 REV 2 CANC - FILTER, AIR-VACUUM OPERATED INSTRUMENTS Organization: NAVY
Date: 1955-09-21
GMW16074 - AIR INDUCTION DUCT VACUUM COLLAPSE - ISSUE 2; ENGLISH Organization: GMW
Date: 2014-06-01
Description: The purpose of this test is to determine how the design of clean air ducts (low pressure side for turbocharger) will react to changes in vacuum caused by slow/steady engine vacuum increase, and sudden/short term vehicle acceleration with a dirty air filter. The test determines a change in the cross section profile of the duct at the Excursion Temperature based on Location (ETL), degrees Celsius.
VA - FED H-08-1 SEC 15491 - MEDICAL GAS AND VACUUM SYSTEMS Organization: VA
Date: 2005-04-01
Description: DESCRIPTIONCentral Medical Gas and Vacuum Systems: Consisting of oxygen, nitrous oxide, nitrogen, compressed air, vacuum and anesthesia evacuation services; complete, ready for operation, including all necessary piping, fittings, valves, cabinets, station outlets and inlets, rough-ins, ceiling services, gages, alarms including low voltage wiring, nitrogen control panels, cylinder manifolds, air compressors, vacuum pumps, electric motors and starters, receivers, air dryers, filters, pressure regulators, dew point, carbon monoxide monitors and all necessary parts, accessories, connections and equipment. 
VA - FED H-08-1 SEC 15488 - LABORATORY (NONFLAMMABLE) GAS AND VACUUM SYSTEMS Organization: VA
Date: 2004-11-01
Description: Central laboratory (nonflammable) gas and vacuum systems consisting of [insert any special piped gas systems here], compressed air and vacuum services; complete, ready for operation, including all necessary piping, fittings, valves, cabinets, connections to outlet cocks and inlet cocks, gages, alarms including low voltage wiring, cylinder manifolds, air compressors, vacuum pumps, electric motors and starters, receivers, air dryers, filters, pressure regulators, dew point and carbon monoxide monitors and all necessary parts, accessories, connections and equipment for automatic operation.
ASTM E1973 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR COLLECTION OF SURFACE DUST BY AIR SAMPLING PUMP VACUUM TECHNIQUE FOR SUBSEQUENT LEAD DETERMINATION Organization: ASTM
Date: 1999-10-10
Description: Scope 1.1 This practice covers the vacuum collection of surface dusts onto filters using portable air sampling pumps. Samples collected in this manner allow for the subsequent digestion and determination of lead content by using atomic spectrometric (or equivalent) methods.
ASTM F2826 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR EVALUATING THE SUSTAINED AIR PERFORMANCE AND EXHAUST EMISSION EFFICIENCIES OF CENTRAL VACUUM CLEANING UNITS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2014-01-15
Description: This test method is applicable to all central vacuum cleaners with or without any type of internal filter. This test method is intended to help indicate how performance may be affected after multiple times of vacuuming over an extended period of time.
ASTM D7144 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR COLLECTION OF SURFACE DUST BY MICRO-VACUUM SAMPLING FOR SUBSEQUENT METALS DETERMINATION Organization: ASTM
Date: 2005-10-01
Description: Micro-vacuum sampling is carried out using a collection nozzle attached to a filter holder (sampling cassette) that is connected to an air sampling pump.
DS/EN ISO 10079-3 - MEDICAL SUCTION EQUIPMENT - PART 3: SUCTION EQUIPMENT POWERED FROM A VACUUM OR POSITIVE PRESSURE GAS SOURCE Organization: DS
Date: 2014-05-20
Description: This part of ISO 10079 does not apply to electrically powered suction equipment, whether mains electricity or battery-powered, which is dealt with in ISO 10079-1, nor to manually powered suction equipment which is dealt with in ISO 10079-2, nor to the following: a) central power supply (by vacuum/compressed air generation), piping systems of vehicles and buildings, and wall connectors; b) catheter tubes, drains, curettes and suction tips; c) syringes; d) dental suction equipment; e) waste gas scavenging systems; f) laboratory suction; g) autotransfusion systems; h) passive urinary drainage; i) closed systems for wound drainage; j) gravity gastric drainage; k) orally operated mucous extractors; l) suction equipment where the collection container is downstream of the vacuum pump; m) equipment marked as suction unit for permanent tracheostomy; n) ventouse (obstetric) equipment; o) neonatal mucous extractors; p) breast pumps; q) liposuction; r) uterine aspiration. Key 1 Vacuum indicator 2 Filter 3 Collection container 4 Vacuum regulator NOTE 1 ISO 10079-1 applies to mains electricity and battery-powered suction equipment.
SAE/TP - 2009-01-2526 - SUBSCALE TESTBED FOR CHARACTERIZING REGENERABLE ADSORBENTS USED IN AIR REVITALIZATION OF SPACECRAFT ATMOSPHERES Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2009-07-12
Description: However, their ability to filter TCs is also affected by contact time, cycle time, regeneration vacuum quality and thermal conditioning.
ASTM D7202 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF BERYLLIUM IN THE WORKPLACE BY EXTRACTION AND OPTICAL FLUORESCENCE DETECTION Organization: ASTM
Date: 2015-10-01
Description: This test method assumes that air and surface samples are collected using appropriate and applicable ASTM International standard practices for sampling of workplace air and surface dust. These samples are typically collected using air filter sampling, vacuum sampling or wiping techniques.
MSFC-HDBK-3051 REV A - MICROGRAVITY SCIENCE GLOVEBOX (MSG) CAPABILITIES MANUAL Organization: MSFC
Date: 2002-10-16
Description: This is accomplished by a design that includes multiple air circulation modes, multipurpose filters that filter circulated air, and access for differing requirements for experiment manipulation.
UL 1337 OUTLINE - OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR LP-GAS, NATURAL GAS, AND MANUFACTURED GAS DEVICES FOR ENGINE FUEL SYSTEMS - ISSUE 3 Organization: UL
Date: 2016-09-02
Description: a) Automatic shutoff valves – electrically operated or vacuum actuated (mechanical); b) Combination Manual/Automatic Shutoff Valves – electrically operated or vacuum actuated (mechanical); c) Carburetors or Air-Fuel Mixers; d) Regulators; e) Vaporizers and Vaporizer/Regulators; f) Filters and strainers; g) Fuel locks and fuel-lock filters; h) Fittings and connectors; i) Quick connect couplings and quick closing couplings; j) Liquid level gauges; k) Liquid level control valves (also known as overfilling prevention devices); l) Relief devices; and m) Fuel control valves.
DS/EN ISO 10079-2 - MEDICAL SUCTION EQUIPMENT - PART 2: MANUALLY POWERED SUCTION EQUIPMENT Organization: DS
Date: 2014-05-20
Description: This part of ISO 10079 does not apply to electrically powered suction equipment, whether mains electricity- or battery-powered, which is dealt with in ISO 10079-1, nor to suction equipment powered from a vacuum or positive pressure source which is dealt with in ISO 10079-3, nor to the following: a) central power supply (by vacuum/compressed air generation), piping systems of vehicles and buildings, and wall connectors; b) cathether tubes, drains, curettes and suction tips; c) syringes; d) dental suction equipment; e) waste gas scavenging systems; f) laboratory suction; g) autotransfusion systems; h) passive urinary drainage; i) closed systems for wound drainage; j) gravity gastric drainage; k) orally operated mucous extractors; l) suction equipment where the collection container is downstream of the vacuum pump; m) equipment marked as suction unit for permanent tracheostomy; n) ventouse (obstetric) equipment; o) neonatal mucous extractors; p) breast pumps; q) liposuction; r) uterine aspiration; s) thoracic drainage. Key 1 Vacuum indicator 2 Filter 3 Collection container 4 Vacuum regulator NOTE 1 ISO 10079-1 applies to mains electricity- and battery-powered suction equipment.
SAE/TP - 2009-01-2431 - CARBON DIOXIDE REMOVAL ASSEMBLY PERFORMANCE COMPARISON Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2009-07-12
Description: As such, this system selectively removes carbon dioxide generated by the crew members, and discharges it overboard to space vacuum. During initial operation sequences aboard the ISS, CDRA adsorbent particulates were not properly contained, resulting in operational failures.
TAPPI TIP 0404-25 - THROUGH DRYING Organization: TAPPI
Date: 2014-01-01
Description: In this second configuration, hot air can be forced through the web by pressurizing the porous cylinder, in which case a hood collects the exhaust air, or hot air can be drawn through the web by applying a vacuum to the porous cylinder, in which case the hood is used to distribute the hot air (as shown).
ASHRAE - LO-09-025 - SPECIFIC ENERGY CONSUMPTION (SEC) FOR THE INTEGRATED CIRCUIT ASSEMBLY AND TESTING (IC A/T) INDUSTRY IN TAIWAN Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: A high recirculation rate of filtered airflow in order to maintain a high air cleanliness level, resulting in high fan power demand.

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