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ISO 19438

Diesel fuel and petrol filters for internal combustion engines Filtration efficiency using particle counting and contaminant retention capacity

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 November 2003
Status: active
Page Count: 46
ICS Code (Fuel systems): 43.060.40
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This International Standard specifies a multi-pass filtration test, with continuous contaminant injection and using the on-line particle counting method, for evaluating the performance of diesel fuel and petrol filters for internal combustion engines submitted to a constant flow rate of test liquid. The test procedure determines the contaminant capacity of a filter, its particulate removal characteristics and differential pressure. This International Standard is applicable to filter elements having a rated flow of between 50 l/h and 800 l/h; however, by agreement between filter manufacturer and customer, and with some modification, the procedure is permitted for application to fuel filters with higher flow rates.

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February 14, 2022
Diesel fuel and petrol filters for internal combustion engines — Filtration efficiency using particle counting and contaminant retention capacity
This International Standard specifies a multi-pass filtration test, with continuous contaminant injection and using the on-line particle counting method, for evaluating the performance of diesel fuel...
ISO 19438
November 1, 2003
Diesel fuel and petrol filters for internal combustion engines Filtration efficiency using particle counting and contaminant retention capacity
This International Standard specifies a multi-pass filtration test, with continuous contaminant injection and using the on-line particle counting method, for evaluating the performance of diesel fuel...
November 1, 2003
Diesel fuel and petrol filters for internal combustion engines Filtration efficiency using particle counting and contaminant retention capacity
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