BS 6697:1986 - Methods of test for electrohydraulic proportional control valves
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BS 6697:1986

Methods of test for electrohydraulic proportional control valves

Status : Withdrawn   Published : April 1986


Production acceptance and type (or qualification) tests. Applicable to 2-, 3- and 4-way flow control valves and to 2-way pressure control valves.

Standard NumberBS 6697:1986
TitleMethods of test for electrohydraulic proportional control valves
Publication Date30 April 1986
Withdrawn Date15 January 2000
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Draft Superseded By85/73458 DC
DescriptorsFlow regulators, Pressure regulators, Valves, Controllers, Flow control, Pressure control, Hydraulically-operated devices, Liquid valves, Electrically-operated devices, Hydraulic control equipment, Hydraulic equipment, Fluid equipment, Testing conditions, Test equipment, Circuits, Hydraulic tests, Pressure testing, Pressure impulse tests, Electrical testing, Leak tests, Performance testing, Reproducibility, Impedance measurement, Flow measurement, Endurance testing, Environmental testing, Errors
Title in FrenchMéthodes d'essai des distributeurs électrohydrauliques proportionnels
Title in GermanPruefverfahren fuer elektrohydraulische Proportionalstellventile
ISBN0 580 15085 2
File Size561.3 KB

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