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ASTM E908 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR CALIBRATING GASEOUS REFERENCE LEAKS Organization: ASTM
Date: 1998-05-10
Description: This practice covers procedures for calibrating leak artifacts of a specified gas, that may be used for determining the response of leak detectors, or in other situations where a known small flow of gas is required.
BSI - BS 5914 - METHODS OF CALIBRATING LEAK-DETECTORS OF THE MASS-SPECTROMETER TYPE USED IN THE FIELD OF VACUUM TECHNOLOGY Organization: BSI
Date: 1980-03-31
Description: Specifies procedures for determining a sensitivity figure for mass-spectrometer type leak detectors. Two procedures are outlined, one for determining minimum detectable leak rate; the other for determining minimum detectable concentration ratio.
DSF/FPREN ISO 20486 - NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING – LEAK TESTING – CALIBRATION OF REFERENCE LEAKS FOR GASES (ISO/FDIS 20486:2017) Organization: DS
Description: This draft European Standard specifies the calibration of those leaks that are used for the adjustment of leak detectors for the determination of leakage rate in everyday use.
DSF/PREN ISO 20486 - NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING – LEAK TESTING – CALIBRATION OF REFERENCE LEAKS FOR GASES (ISO/DIS 20486:2016) Organization: DS
Description: This draft European Standard specifies the calibration of those leaks that are used for the adjustment of leak detectors for the determination of leakage rate in everyday use.
ASTM F78 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR CALIBRATION OF HELIUM LEAK DETECTORS BY USE OF SECONDARY STANDARDS Organization: ASTM
Date: 1997-12-10
Description: This test method covers a procedure for calibrating a mass spectrometer-type helium leak detector with a series of commercially available calibrated leaks without need for recourse to a primary standard. Leak detector parameters determined by this test method include: Minimum detectable signal, drift noise (8.5, with recorder; 8.6, without recorder), Response time, Minimum detectable leak rate, and Sensitivity.
ASTM D7877 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR ELECTRONIC METHODS FOR DETECTING AND LOCATING LEAKS IN WATERPROOF MEMBRANES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2014-08-01
Description: This guide recommends that the leak location equipment, procedures, and survey parameters used are calibrated to meet established minimum leak detection sensitivity.
ASTM F2338 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR NONDESTRUCTIVE DETECTION OF LEAKS IN PACKAGES BY VACUUM DECAY METHOD Organization: ASTM
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: Acceptance criteria are established by comparing quantitative baseline vacuum decay measurements obtained from control, non-leaking packages to measurements obtained using leaking packages, and to measurements obtained with the introduction of simulated leaks using a calibrated gas flow meter. The values stated in SI units are to be regarded as standard.
SAE J2772 - MEASUREMENT OF PASSENGER COMPARTMENT REFRIGERANT CONCENTRATIONS UNDER SYSTEM REFRIGERANT LEAKAGE CONDITIONS Organization: SAE
Date: 2011-02-01
Description: An apparatus is used to provide a repeatable, calibrated leak rate. If the system has multiple evaporators, leakage could be simulated at any of the evaporator locations.
ASTM - STP154920130042 - (STP1549) UTILIZING A MODIFIED AAMA 501.1 DYNAMIC WIND GENERATION TO SIMULATE WIND-DRIVEN RAIN IN WINDOWS, CURTAIN WALLS, ARCHITECTURAL METAL WALLS, MASONRY, EIFS, AND CONCRETE FACADES - ***SEE ASTM STP1549 FOR THE COMPLETE BOOK*** Organization: ASTM
Date: 2014-01-01
Description: Employing this method, we have had a 100 % success rate in locating known leaks on existing buildings. This method has been proven to recreate leaks without overloading the building’s water management systems through unrealistic wind pressures or excessive water injection that exceed what the facade experiences under realistic conditions.
GMW3137 - DYNAMIC SEALING STRESS MEASUREMENT FOR POWERTRAIN SEALING SYSTEMS - ISSUE 4; ENGLISH Organization: GMW
Date: 2016-11-01
Description: Measurements during thermal cycling are not practical due to calibration shifts in sensor and impact of joint motion on sensor durability. The sensor film may also become a leak path if used during GMW3155. Load Measurement Range.

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