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ASSESSING CLEANLINESS OF HYDRAULIC FLUID POWER COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Published March 01, 1986 by SAE International in United States
To describe laboratory methods for determining and reporting the contaminant level of the wetted portion of hydraulic fluid power components, parts, subsystems and systems, and of fill fluids. For each type of item it provides a method of obtaining the liquid sample and the contamination level thereof. It also includes procedures for establishing a sampling plan and guidelines for establishing levels of acceptace, but does not set those levels.
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CTTC1 addresses standards related to specification on the test procedures, cleanliness, and leakage classification to enhance performance characteristics of Hydraulic system components, used on off-road work machinery. The goal is to enhance improvement on standards, by having liaison activities with other hydraulic groups as deemed necessary. This committee reports to ConAg Council through CTTC
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