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Fitting, Plug-in Union, Ring Locked, 24° Cone, Fluid Connection, 5080 psi, Specification for
- Aerospace Standard
Published June 09, 2008 by SAE International in United States
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This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) establishes the requirements for 24° cone AS5827 or EN 6123 flareless Ring locked fitting assemblies per AS5550 and AS5865, for use in aircraft fluid systems at nominal operating pressure of 5080 psi maximum and operating temperature range of -65 to +275 °F.
The general requirements shall be for, but not limited to, commercial aircraft hydraulic components per AS4941, using port configuration as specified in AS5551.
Resolve the wording in the vibration testing section to permit port fitting qualification (QPL approval) when port fitting margins are demonstrated by test or analysis to the qualified flareless fitting and tubing specified.
|Aerospace Standard||Fitting, Plug-in Union, Ring Locked, 24 Degree Cone, Fluid Connection, 5080 psi (35000 kPa), Specification for|
|Aerospace Standard||Fittings, 24° Cone Flareless, Fluid Connection, 3000 psi|
Data Sets - Support Documents
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|TABLE 2||BENDING STRESS LEVEL|
|TABLE 3||TENSILE LOADS|
|TABLE 4||PLUG-IN UNION PORT END, INSTALLATION TORQUE|
|TABLE 5||TUBE FITTING-NUT ASSEMBLY TORQUE|
|TABLE 6||CLASSIFICATION OF DEFECTS|
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|TABLE 7||QUALITY CONFORMANCE INSPECTION|
|TABLE 8||TUBE LENGTH - ALTERNATE VIBRATION TEST|
|TABLE 9||VIBRATION TEST SERIES|
|TABLE 10||TESTING AND TEST SAMPLES FOR PRODUCT QUALIFICATION|
|TABLE 10||TESTING AND TEST SAMPLES FOR PRODUCT QUALIFICATION (CONTINUED)|
|TABLE 11||QUANTITY OF UNIT PACKAGES|
|TABLE 12||AS5551 PORT MATERIAL AND DIMENSIONS USED IN QUALIFICATION TESTING|
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