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ISO 21360-2

Vacuum technology — Standard methods for measuring vacuum-pump performance — Part 2: Positive displacement vacuum pumps

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 June 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 24
ICS Code (Vacuum technology): 23.160
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This document specifies methods for measuring the volume flow rate, base pressure, water vapour tolerance, power consumption, and the lowest start-up temperature of positive displacement vacuum pumps, which discharge gas against atmospheric pressure and with a usual base pressure <10 kPa.

In this document, it is necessary to use the determinations of volume flow rate and base pressure specified in ISO 21360-1.

This document also applies to the testing of other types of pumps which can discharge gas against atmospheric pressure, e.g. drag pumps.

Document History

ISO 21360-2
June 1, 2020
Vacuum technology — Standard methods for measuring vacuum-pump performance — Part 2: Positive displacement vacuum pumps
This document specifies methods for measuring the volume flow rate, base pressure, water vapour tolerance, power consumption, and the lowest start-up temperature of positive displacement vacuum...
April 15, 2012
Vacuum technology - Standard methods for measuring vacuum-pump performance - Part 2: Positive displacement vacuum pumps
This part of ISO 21360 specifies methods for measuring the volume flow rate, base pressure, water vapour tolerance, power consumption, and the lowest start-up temperature of positive displacement...

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