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ISO - 12500-3

Filters for compressed air — Test methods — Part 3: Particulates

active, Most Current
Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 July 2009
Status: active
Page Count: 22
ICS Code (Filters, seals and contamination of fluids): 23.100.60
scope:

This part of ISO 12500 provides a guide for choosing an appropriate method of determining the solid particulate removal efficiency rating by particle size of filters used in compressed air systems.

This part of ISO 12500 specifies the layouts and procedures for testing these filters. Measurement methods are recommended based on the size range of the particulates that the filter being tested has been designed to remove. The test is performed as a "type-test" on filters as being representative of a range.

The following two particle diameter size ranges are identified in this part of ISO 12500: 

- fine filter range 0,01 μm to < 5,0 μm; 

- coarse filter range W 5,0 μm to u 40 μm.

Document History

12500-3
July 1, 2009
Filters for compressed air — Test methods — Part 3: Particulates
This part of ISO 12500 provides a guide for choosing an appropriate method of determining the solid particulate removal efficiency rating by particle size of filters used in compressed air systems....

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