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ASTM F321 - Automatic Particle Counter Size Setting Method
January 1, 1972 - ASTM
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MPIF PARTICLE - PARTICLE SIZE ANALYSIS
MPIF
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ASTM F1226 - Standard Test Method for Calibration of Liquid-Borne Particle Counters for Submicrometer Particle Sizing
May 26, 1989 - ASTM

1. Scope 1.1 This test method describes a procedure for establishing the sizing accuracy of an automatic, optical liquid-borne single particle counter, using light scattering automatic particle counter (APC). This test method is directed at determining the...

ISO 21501-4 - Determination of particle size distribution - Single particle light interaction methods - Part 4: Light scattering airborne particle counter for clean spaces
May 1, 2018 - ISO

This document describes a calibration and verification method for a light scattering airborne particle counter (LSAPC), which is used to measure the size distribution and particle number concentration of particles suspended in air. The light scattering method...

DSF/ISO/FDIS 21501-4 - Determination of particle size distribution – Single particle light interaction methods – Part 4: Light scattering airborne particle counter for clean spaces
DS

This part of ISO 21501 describes a calibration and verification method for a light scattering airborne particle counter (LSAPC), which is used to measure the size distribution and particle number concentration of particles suspended in air. The light scattering...

ISO 16232-9 - Road vehicles - Cleanliness of components of fluid circuits - Part 9: Particle sizing and counting by automatic light extinction particle counter
June 1, 2007 - ISO

This part of ISO 16232 defines methods for determining the size distribution of particulate contaminants extracted from automotive components using techniques described in ISO 16232-3, ISO 16232-4 and ISO 16232-5, using automatic light extinction particle counter instruments...

ASTM F660 - Standard Practice for Comparing Particle Size in the Use of Alternative Types of Particle Counters
January 28, 1983 - ASTM

This practice provides a procedure for comparing the sizes of nonspherical particles in a test sample determined with different types of automatic particle counters, which operate on different measuring principles. A scale factor is obtained by which, in the examination...

IEST-RP-CC042 - Sizing and Counting of Submicrometer Liquid-borne Particles Using Optical Discrete-particle Counters
October 1, 2011 - IEST

This Recommended Practice (RP) addresses the sizing and counting of submicrometer liquid-borne particles using optical discrete-particle counters with a focus on applications in the semiconductor, flat-panel display, and data storage industries. Topics covered include...

DS/ISO 21501-4 - Determination of particle size distribution – Single particle light interaction methods – Part 4: Light scattering airborne particle counter for clean spaces
May 22, 2018 - DS

This document describes a calibration and verification method for a light scattering airborne particle counter (LSAPC), which is used to measure the size distribution and particle number concentration of particles suspended in air. The light scattering method...

MIL-C-41814 - COUNTER, FOOTWEAR
December 2, 1986 - NPFC

This document covers a molded counter fabricated from leather leatherboard, or shoeboard for use in the manufacture of military footwear.

ISO 11943 - Hydraulic fluid power - Online automatic particle-counting systems for liquids - Methods of calibration and validation
May 1, 2018 - ISO

This document establishes methods to: - validate equipment used to prepare secondary calibration suspensions for automatic particle counters; - perform online secondary calibration of automatic particle counters; - match two or more online particle...

ASTM F649 - Standard Practice for Secondary Calibration of Airborne Particle Counter Using Comparison Procedures
May 10, 2001 - ASTM

This practice covers procedures for adjusting the size ranges of an airborne discrete particle counter (DPC) to match size/concentration data from a reference DPC that has been calibrated for counting and sizing accuracy in accordance with Practice F 328 and is...

ASTM F661 - Standard Practice for Particle Count and Size Distribution Measurement in Batch Samples for Filter Evaluation Using an Optical Particle Counter
January 1, 1992 - ASTM

1. Scope 1.1 This practice covers procedures for determination of particle concentration and particle size distribution in batch samples from filter influent and effluent liquid streams. Challenge materials may be suspensions of standard test dusts or of monosize...

IEST-RP-CC014 - Calibration and Characterization of Optical Airborne Particle Counters
August 1, 2010 - IEST

This Recommended Practice (RP) covers procedures for calibrating and characterizing the performance of optical particle counters (OPCs) that detect and measure the size of single particles in air and other gases. These procedures are intended for use by OPC...

ISO 11171 - Hydraulic fluid power - Calibration of automatic particle counters for liquids
October 1, 2016 - ISO

This International Standard specifies procedures for the following: a) primary particle-sizing calibration, sensor resolution and counting performance of automatic particle counters (APCs) for liquids capable of analysing bottle samples; b) secondary...

ASTM F662 - Standard Test Method for Measurement of Particle Count and Size Distribution in Batch Samples for Filter Evaluation Using an Electrical Resistance Particle Counter
January 1, 1986 - ASTM

1. Scope 1.1 This test method covers the determination of particle concentration and size distribution of influent and effluent challenge test materials for filter media using a suitable suspending liquid. Challenge materials may be standard dusts or user materials. Particle...

JIS C 4556 - Electronic counter for industrial use
December 21, 2009 - JSA

This Standard specifies the requirements and the testing methods of the electronic counter (hereafter referred to as "counter") used in the control circuit for industrial use of AC 250 V or under at 50 Hz and/or 60 Hz in frequency, or of DC 250 V or under. The control circuit for...

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